Google's Danny Sullivan advocates "People-First Content" for long-term success in content creation.
Content marketers cautioned against relying solely on trending keywords.
Quality content - well-structured and user-friendly - holds the key to successful content creation, irrespective of its source.
In a recent Twitter interaction, Danny Sullivan, Google's Search Liaison, addressed the practice of using trending keyword tools to generate content and emphasized the importance of creating content that prioritizes users' interests, also known as “People first content”.
The exchange began when Irakli Zviadadze questioned whether curating Reddit answers and turning them into articles would be effective.
Sullivan responded by suggesting that the key lies in delivering quality content, regardless of how it is assembled.
He highlighted the significance of structuring articles well, ensuring a seamless user experience, and providing substantial value to readers.
If these criteria are met, the content should be poised for success.
Here is the tweet with the response: