3) Carry out a gap analysis Here, you need to take the time to really analyse these pieces. It can help to have a process here so that you?re able to do this objectively.? Ask yourself the following questions:?
What questions are being answered here??
How is the UX? Think in terms of load time, mobile friendliness, layout and design.?
How thorough is the piece??
What visuals are being used??
How well-written is it??
Where is their information coming from??
Basically, you?re looking to see what they?re doing right, what they?re doing wrong, and how you can do better.? 4) Plug those gaps! There?s no magic formula to this part. If you don?t have the capacity to improve on what?s already there, you?re not going to eclipse it in the search rankings.? However, if you?ve chosen a term that?s not too competitive, there?s a good chance that you can do better. Take that search term I mentioned earlier. The top ranking piece is a big old bulleted list, topped off with a stock photo. I?m not going to rip it to shreds here because obviously they?ve done something right, but their subheadings are as generic as ?make it look pretty?.? I know I can do better than that, and I?m pretty sure, if you really want to, you can too. Paul Hunter is marketing manager for?Liberty Marketing.
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