In episode 102, Jeff Coyle of MarketMuse stops by to discuss the past, present, and future of Natural Language Generation (NLG) content for SEO.
Jeff shares his thoughts on how long it might be before we see consistency in the factual accuracy and quality of NLG outputs and how important content quality is within search rankings.
We also chat about how Google can keep up with competitors in the AI space and if their current approach is the right one.
[1:45] The History of NLG for Content Marketing
[16:25] Content Quality
[21:34] Can Google Keep Up?
[30:08] The Present & Future of NLG for Content
[34:45] How Far Away Are We From Reliable NLG Outputs?
[40:15] How to Future Proof Your SEO Strategy & Content
Title: Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Bio: Jeff Coyle is the Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer for MarketMuse. Jeff is an AI content marketing expert with more than 21 years of experience in the search industry. He is focused on helping content marketers, search engine marketers, agencies, and e-commerce managers build topical authority, improve content quality and turn semantic research into actionable insights.
Prior to starting MarketMuse in 2015, Jeff was a marketing consultant in Atlanta and led the Traffic, Search, and Engagement team for seven years at TechTarget, a leader in B2B technology publishing and lead generation.
Host: Garrett Sussman
Title: Demand Generation Manager
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