If anyone can write on any topic and post it on the internet, how can readers be assured that what they're reading is true, correct, and/or safe? If someone finds the post via a Google search, there's a good chance the search engine has made sure it's quality content.
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Creating content is one of the most time-consuming and difficult aspects of web marketing; it's also one of the most important. Many businesses find they do not have the required resources to attend to content writing, so they either put it off until they find the time (which they seldom do) or they forgo content creation entirely. Still others find that outsourcing writing offers a means to keep up on site updates and blog posting—which, when done well, benefits SEO and inbound marketing strategies.
For many businesses, having a dedicated Facebook page is a no-brainer. After all, it is the number one social media platform for both users and businesses. However, using Facebook for your business requires foresight, planning, and deliberate strategizing in order to maximize returns on your most valuable investments—time and money.
Website graders and SEO tools offer website owners and marketers an opportunity to learn what's happening with their site, from site speed to errors and more. But which one is best? How do you know what information matters? Today we're looking at three popular tools: Hubspot's Website Grader, SEMrush's Site Audit Tool, and Google Search Console's error reports.