SEO is a complex process. There are an almost endless number of techniques, strategies and theories related to it.
Plenty of online real estate has been devoted to explaining and discussing them. Most people don’t have the time to read all that.
So I decided to put together this bite-sized guide. We’re going to cover ten top tips for improving SEO performance. These are strategies that we implement at Accelerate Agency, a company that I co-founded. If you’re interested in improving your results, without the costs associated with SEO, this guide will be for you.
The guide will provide a brief explanation of each tip so you should end up with plenty of great ideas for driving more traffic to your blog or vaulting your pages up SERPs.
There are a couple of Semantic SEO tools popping up with constant changes in the search industry.
Google and other search engines are now trying to understand topics, not just individual keywords in content. That’s what Semantic Search is all about.
Some search engine optimization tools that can help with this are TextOptimizer and
I recently wrote a post here at EnstineMuki.com about beginner internal linking hacks; those that most people know about, but still don’t do. Be sure to read it someday, as it’ll bring your whole SEO (not just links and link juice) to a new level, I promise.
But here, now, I want to talk a bit about advanced internal linking tactics. I say “advanced” because that’s what they are.
Not because they’re hard to implement; but because they involve a bit of thinking and a lot of knowledge on how Google and other search engines rank websites, (especially in regards to links and equity flow).
So, you’ve finally done it huh?
You finally took one big leap forward and begun the introduction to your soon-to-be success story. Well, no worries. I’m with you every step of the way. And even if we have just gotten to this point, let me tell you that you have already made the world proud.
You have made something of yourself. You went beyond your own expectations and overcame your biggest adversary – yourself.
When it comes to SEO, there are only two things;
If you are doing any SEO and these two are not your top priorities, then you have to sit down, grab a cup of coffee and think!
Now, if you are on Google page #1, position #1 for your hunted keyword, don’t celebrate yet. You still have work my dear friend. Pogo-Sticking may be your next enemy to deal with.
The battle for position #1 on page #1 is fierce – keyword research, competition analysis, creating great content, backlinks, etc.
The world is swarming with competitors. If you’re having a hard time trying to keep your business on the surface in the real world, then you’re probably experiencing twice the challenge online.
Here, everything is amplified. Opportunities for market growth, product enhancement, and client reach are doubled – maybe even tripled.
However, such opportunities never come easy. In this case, they come with a horde of competitors who’ll try to win over your market as well.