Outbound links from Twitter and Facebook currently don’t pass any link juice. However, that may soon change since the sites have become common places to share links.
As a writer, you may be tempted to use “clever” words over keywords. Using clever words may feed your ego but using keywords will make your writing clearer and help you get more search traffic.
Many SEO specialists talk about keeping up with the top blogs in your niche, but there are great benefits to reading books. Here are three of the biggest ones.
In this post, I go over the steps I took to break through the traffic plateaus at different times of my blog.
The more posts on your blog, the more chances you have of ranking for keywords. Therefore, try to publish a post on your blog as often as possible without dropping the quality of your writing.
As you write a post, it only takes a couple minutes to optimize the title tag, post title, and URL. The benefits are well worth it because you’ll rank for more keywords and get more search traffic.
One of the things I’ve been trying to do recently has been to combine my stats analysis with SEO. Stats analysis and SEO are both powerful marketing strategies so I thought combining them could definitely improve my blog.
Here is a quick but effective way to research long tail keywords with Google Analytics.
Just because you have a blog doesn’t mean all your content needs to go in posts. Here are a couple instances to consider pages instead.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) was such a buzzword in the early 2000’s because most web folks noticed a change in behavior in the internet users. What’s that behavior? People used search engines as their primary starting point in their web usage. By now, tips are all over the web on how to make your blog […]