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Content marketing is not what it used to be 3-5 years ago. Today there is more and more competition and potential customers are more and more picky, so what does it mean for your business promotion and how can you still win?
It may seem like heresy, but diversifying your traffic sources is an extremely smart move. Here’s why it’s smart to break the chain like grip Google has on your web traffic strategy.
Instead of focusing so much on getting the leads themselves, you should be putting more energy into cultivating the ones you have. You could find an endless supply of leads, and still end up with zero to show for it.