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Must Read Monday

50 Ways to Improve Your Content Strategy in 2014

Thu Apr 5, 2018

This week's Must-Read Monday is brought to you by the number 10. We found five awesome top 10 lists to help you plan for better content strategy, distribution, and SEO in 2014. That's a total of 50 things you can try to give your content marketing a boost.

1. 10 Innovative Content Distribution Ideas and Platforms (Business2Community)

Getting your content in front of the right people is more than just publishing it on your website. Here are 10 innovative was to introduce your content to a new audience, some paid, some free, and some you probably hadn't thought of.

2. The 10 Most Common On-Page SEO Gaffes (Inbound Marketing Agents)

SEO best practices seem to change constantly, but some of the worst practices are a constant. Are you making these unnecessary blunders? Here are 10 common ones and how to fix them.

3. 10 Content Marketing Predictions for 2014 (BostInno)

Change is inevitable, and while making predictions can seem like just reading tea leaves, BostInno's roundup is based on research and insights from the top minds in content strategy.

4. 10 Ways to Make Your Content Marketing Strategy Work Harder For You In The New Year (Bruce Clay, Inc.)

Many marketers dive into creating content without doing the foundational work that will make their efforts more productive. Here's what you need to make sure your content marketing works.

5. 10 Must-Haves of Content Strategy in 2014 (SteamFeed)

So what about the content of your content? Quality and context should define the content you produce. This list distills what's really important in the content your produce and how you should think about it.

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Karo Kilfeather, content marketing manager at Percussion Software
Karo Kilfeather
Content Marketing Manager | Percussion Software

Karo was born in Poland, and learned to speak English by watching "Saved by the Bell" reruns during her first summer in the U.S., which has left her unable to go through life without occasionally breaking the fourth wall. As Percussion's content marketing manager, she oversees and creates content that drives website traffic, engages followers, and helps fill the marketing and sales funnel. She writes about content management, content marketing, SEO, social media and web design, and how to make it all less complicated.