Take a look below this infographic of what’s your content marketing plan of attack from eConsultancy. You can see Mr. Charlton takes a creative look at the “war of content” and what it takes to win it in light of Google’s Penguin and Panda updates. Take your time to study it, don’t get yourself trapped into the lonely ride online. To win the battle, there is no shortcuts.
After that, go back to your sites or blogs to improve the content mileage, focus on the quality and its relevancy instead of quantity, because untill the end, content marketing fuels social media, search, and sales, and it’s more credible than advertising as well.