What is thin content and how to fix it
Getting your website and blog posts to rank higher in search engines may seem like a taunting task. You have been breathing and sweating search engine optimisation. You have installed a SEO plugin to your site, researched and inserted (long tail) keywords all over the place, and done some magic spells to get more search visibility. And yet, something is lacking. You have muddied your purpose and forgot the quality. One of the most important ranking signals search engines look into is the quality of your content. Quality content doesn't only improve your search ranking, but also increases the likelihood your content is shared in social media, pinned on Pinterest and read more. It can also give you authority, make you appear as an expert of the field your content tackles. This will give you more sales, job opportunities and clients. Quality content is a sign of a quality brand.
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