This new content, combined with what already exists, gives us a lot of bricks to build this solid wall. Here are some common and not-so-common options for creating content that can rank well for your brand. 1. Crunch Base Creating a profile on Crunchbase is very simple and your profile has the potential to rank very well. The fact that Crunchbase has been around for over a decade and has a domain authority of 89, according to Moz, means that Google tends to trust the content on the site. Profiles on Crunchbase can be simple or as rich as you want. We encourage our customers to use all possible categories, filling in as much information and making a profile really useful for people who are actually looking for the business.
An example of one of the categories is “News”, which allows businesses to add news articles/posts to their profile. As new articles are published about your brand, we recommend adding them here, which will keep the page updated with new content, as well as jewelry photo editing service providing a backlink (although not followed) to this new item. An example of a Crunchbase first page ranking for a brand name is for Fatwallet, shown below. Their profile could use some expansion, as it only highlights the “News” and “Competitors” categories, but even so, it ranks well for a fairly popular internet brand. Profile of fatwallet crunchbase in search results 2.
Reddit Marketing on Reddit is a minefield, but when done right, it can be a huge brand win. However, what most people don't realize is that it can also help with online reputation management (ORM). Cooler brands with large fanbases may have dedicated, highly active subreddits where followers interact and share relevant content. Outlier Clothing, makers of high-end everyday clothing, have such a community, whose digital home is on the r/Outlier subreddit, which ranks #2 on Google when you search for “Outlier Clothing” . If you have a community of people who love your services or products, and that community overlaps