What is the meaning of content marketing process?

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What is the meaning for content marketing process in SEO? How it is helpful to build relationship for visitors?

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  • harrythomas
    Content marketing, for that you need to setup a blog where you have to write unique and fresh content and post this content on social media with an appropriate graphic. People will click on your post and come down to your blog. Once they reach to blog you can land those visitors to your website just by using proper anchor text. This is the best way to get the traffic rather than going for the other thing.
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Where do we 'discuss' ITKE and any problems?

I've looked all over and haven't anything other than email links. That doesn't seem right for problems that might affect many members. I tried the 'Community' blog, but looks like there's nothing but posts about various contests, at least after scrolling back a bunch of screens. And members can't create content there anyway.

For example, the biggest problem I've had for a couple weeks is that clicking the 'Reply' button after spending time creating a detailed comment often results in a red error banner. The banner contains text: "There was an error processing your information. Please try again later."

The typed comment usually disappears and all typing is lost. Maybe one in ten times, the comment actually appears many minutes later, so it's unpredictable whether trying to type it out again is a good idea. Most of the time, the same error shows up over and over for the same thread, so no comment is possible.

It's happened on Question as well as Blog comments. There is no hint about what is wrong, so no way to know how to avoid it.

Is there any place at all to "discuss ITKE" for members? Profile: TheRealRaven
  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Hi Raven,

    I'm not sure if you saw my reply to your comment on the Community Blog, but the reason you're seeing that error is because it's being caught by the spam filter. I've went in and approved all your comments. Furthermore, I've added you to a whitelist so it shouldn't happen again.

    Also, if you have any issues with the site, please feel free to email me.

    Thanks!
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  • TheRealRaven
    Sorry for late response, but work, etc., sometimes get in the way.

    Yes, I swa that response. Email can work for many things, but it doesn't feel well suited for general discussions that multiple members might have opinions about.

    An example might be this discussion itself.

    I don't know if anyone is checking this thread or not. But someone might have thoughts and like to know if they can be posted for comments by others. Where would they be posted?
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Hi Raven,

    We could continue with this thread for general ITKE discussions and highlight it in various ways. For specific issues, please contact me and I'll get right on it immediately.

    Thanks!
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With social media transforming business, it’s interesting to see how different companies apply social strategies. There are many notable examples of companies who have risen on the strength of crowdsourcing. There are even sites, such as Kickstarter, devoted entirely to raising money for projects. But crowdsourcing doesn't just refer to money. Saavy companies use their customer base, fans and followers as a massive focus group to help them design and improve products, to better understand the market, and to help improve their processes.Have you tried crowdsourcing to improve your processes? If not, what would it take for you to try this? Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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