Think about the last time you were searching for a new chicken recipe online. A simple Google search gives you over 900 million results in .45 seconds. If you provide no other context in your search query, such as “barbecue chicken recipes” or “crockpot chicken recipes”, information overload may kick in and you could be […] The post How to Provide Context in Content Marketing appeared first on Marketing Insider Group.
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