Talking about social media and blogging in general, content is often considered the king. Undoubtedly in a way, it is. This is what you put before people, through which they start to develop thoughts about your brand’s image and then they decide whether they follow you or not. The question is whether or not content is the only thing you should focus your efforts on. Not at all!
We’re at the wonderful time of the year when we’re right smack in the middle of perfecting our craft for this year while preparing to transition to newer, bigger things for next year. Before anything else, however, allow me to say from the bottom of my heart: MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU SEO HACKERS!
Google has recently announced that they made some changes to Google Search Console’s AMP reports which aims to distinctly distinguish between critical issues and non-critical issues. This is done to help users and webmasters understand the issues that would prevent their pages from being served with AMP-related issues on search as well as the non-critical issues that can simply be fixed.
Now I know what you’re thinking: Do you seriously expect me to believe that Google now has an Artificial Intelligence writing up their featured snippets for desktop? Yes, it’s really true and it’s happening NOW.
Blogs are the best way to create content, in my opinion. You can write whatever you can think of and chances are there’s going to be a market for your thoughts. Some people have made a living out of writing about video games, others at writing guides for SEO and the like. The thing is, not everyone enjoys reading so how do you up the ante and make your blog more visually appealing to a broad audience?