Useful, engaging, and easily accessible content is critical to successful digital strategies. The definition of high quality in this space is essentially about balancing two things: the art of writing itself and the optimization approach. So how do you get the most out of your content?
1. Provide great content and structure
Think about what your customer wants to know and how easy it will be for them to find you. From there, decide what you want to say, where, when, and how your customers will interact, and then map out your plan.
Visual diversity is a key component of high-quality communications across platforms and channels.
From text layout and whitespace usage to headings, paragraphs and images, make sure you also think about your client’s visual experience.
Paragraphs and headings with a clean layout help readers skim through the text, while using subheadings will make navigation even easier for your reader.
3. Correct optimization
Images are, of course, not the only part of your page that needs optimization. The already described structure and layout gives way to a lot of optimization options and correct views. Once you focus on optimizing your site information (site title, site description, page descriptions, and page and title formats), you are on the right track.
Text length is another key factor for optimization, and not just in the information sections of your site. Google loves long articles, but remember that the client
should be at the center of your strategy, so think about their needs and act accordingly.
Back to the basics, let’s agree that search engines analyze web content to evaluate whether a particular page contains information that might be relevant to a user based on that user’s search query. Therefore, it is necessary to take into account our users and their needs.