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If you’ve recently built a new WordPress website, then you might be wondering how to go about promoting it and building a larger audience. A few google searches might have revealed terms like ‘search engine marketing’, ‘search engine optimisation’ or ‘pay per click marketing’. However, there’s one often overlooked long-term strategy that all website owners should be using: content marketing.

Content marketing is a relatively broad term, and it involves the use of different types of web content – such as blogs, videos or graphics – to promote your website. When used right, content marketing can drive new visitors to your WordPress website well into the future, so it’s important to make it a focus for your new site.

Here are five reasons why you should focus on content marketing for your new WordPress website:

  1. Content Marketing Will Improve Your SEO Score

Creating high quality written and visual content will help boost your website up the search engine results pages, especially if you focus on including relevant keywords. If you manage to rank highly for a high traffic keyword, then this could benefit your site for years into the future.

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Design flexibility is a major consideration when it comes to choosing a website builder and/or content management system (CMS). Providers like Wix and Weebly offer decent customizability, but WordPress remains the builder of choice for a lot of developers.

Ultimately, this is because WordPress is one of the only open source, fully customizable CMS. As an open source program, it gives you access to every single part of your website’s front and back end. You will also own your code and every file you need to export your site and upload it to a new server. But, how much design flexibility does WordPress offer for beginners who don’t have a lot of coding experience?

Can I Customise My WordPress Website If I Can’t Code?
Although some coding and web development skills will help you customize your website fully, it’s more than possible to create an attractive site without any experience whatsoever. Most WordPress themes can be changed without having to access your site’s code. You won’t be able to place things exactly where you want with the average theme, but there are a couple of great options available.

If you want to access a fully customizable theme then you should have a look at a few drag-and-drop builders. Something like Divi, Beaver Builder, or Elementor are great choices. Let’s have a close look at them.

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