One of the biggest homework assignments for a client who wants a new website is to decide what they want to put on their website. This “what” is called content, and it is one of the most important parts of your new site. Why? Well, potential customers want to know how you can solve their problem but Google needs content to understand what you do and place your business above competitive options when people are searching.
We’ve worked with hundreds of clients who have completed this important step towards a better website. To help you understand the process, we have answered some frequent questions to guide you along the way and how you should submit your content.
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