Posted by: Karen Cogan | 21/08/2015

Content Marketing lessons from ‘The Big Boys’

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BrandsThe amazing growth of blog site aggregators such as Digg over the last few years have given us some incredibly valuable figures on what actually makes a successful post. These sites have average daily site visits measured in the tens of Millions to a variety of content, and these figures can be mined to show the current state of the Blogosphere, and what is being not only looked at, but studied and shared by readers across the Globe. By asking questions of those that produce content on their own sites, and always seem to appear on these aggregator sites, we can find out not only what works now, but also the road taken to get this far.

Here are some of the most popular answers we have received from our questions:

1. Try, try again, and re-brand your posts.

Just like any other business, you have to ‘use your elbows’…

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