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You know when people tell you, “Write content. Use content marketing, and you’ll get a ton of traffic”
That’s not how it works.
Just because you write content, it doesn’t mean you’re going to generate any more visitors.
Hey, everyone. I’m Neil Patel, and, today, I’m going to share with you how to write content that generates traffic.
See, if you can write content on anything and generate traffic, then everyone would be successful when it comes to SCO and content marketing, but that’s not the case.
If you don’t want to be one of those people who’s writing content and getting no results, you need to do a few things.
#1: Go to ahrefs.
Put in your competitor URLs.
When you put in your competitor URLs, you can see a list of all their most popular pages.
Go to every single one of those pages, and write better content than what they have written.
Once you have done that, the next thing you need to do is put in that specific URL that your competitor had that you rewrote and made way better, so, if their article explained ten ways to double their search traffic, you explained 101 ways to double your search traffic.
Then, what you want to do is see who links to them and hit up every single one of those people with an email that goes something like this.
Hey John, I noticed that you linked out to Neil Patel and his article on ten ways to double your search traffic.
I have an article that’s way more thorough.
It’s called 101 Ways to Double Your Search Traffic.
Let me know if you want to check it out.
Once they end up emailing you back saying, “Yeah, I would love to check it out,” you want to email ’em back saying, “Here it is. “Cheers, your name.”
It’s that simple. When you start sending that email template, you’re going to get more links, and, eventually, you’re going to rank for the same terms your competitors have and even outrank them, because your content’s way better and more thorough, which Google promotes with their hummingbird algorithm.
The last step I have for you go to Buzzsumo and do the same exact thing.
Type in your competitor’s URL, and you’ll see what’s popular from a social perspective, where they’re getting their Facebook traffic, their Twitter traffic, their LinkedIn traffic.
You take their most popular articles.
You write way better ones.
If they had an article on ten ways to do something, you write an article on 101 ways to do something.
Once you follow all those tips, your content will be way more amazing.