Business blog or link building articles?
I've been debating adding a blog to my business website (christinawalker.net) to help my site rank for my keywords and attract traffic (I would probably focus on SEO and copywriting).
However, links pointing to my site are also important, so if I don't add a blog to my site, then I would use my post ideas as articles to point varied links to my site.
Which do you think is better?
Well, I would probably do both. They are both beneficial options, so you might as well do both, and just not write as many articles for backlinks in the near future while writing the posts for your blog.
It might depend on how much content you already have on your website, and how much SEO you have already done, but I would still probably try to do both.
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