It is a fact that we are living in one of the most rapidly-changing environments in recent history. Advancements in various fields of study is getting more proliferated and discussed in many institutions.
New discoveries in science and medicine get reported every day and shared all around the world. Strategies in business and related industries evolve and adapt to the current situation.
It can be insinuated that technology is one of the main reasons of this rapid growth of learning. We can connect and communicate with other people from different cultures in ways that was impossible before.
In Semantic SEO, topic is the new keyword. Period!
Are many of your entries on Google results page #2 and beyond?
How do you get these to page #1 without sweating in getting another relevant backlink from a high DA domain?
Is it possible to tweak your OnPage SEO and gradually move your entries to page 1 and position 1 on SERPS?
Well, there are lots of search engine optimization options you could do on your posts to improve their search rankings and boost organic search.
But I want to specifically dwell on page Semantic SEO, which already gives some folks an edge in the digital marketing space.
I’m beginning an experiment with a piece of tool called textoptimizer for:
NB: My favorite full-blown SEO and marketing tool highly recommended is SEMrush
I will monitor and report my progress with time.
I have been keeping an eye on SERP changes for some posts updated with Textoptimizer’s proposed LSI keywords and topical terms and phrases.
Here is the first report where SERP entry went from Google page #3 to page #1 and +240% CTR
So here we are beginning 2019 and the Internet world is still alive and thriving. The competition is fierce out there and obtaining great SEO results is still a great challenge.
Although there have not been any major Google algorithm updates, since the the ‘Fred update’ in 2017, it is always an ideal SEO practice to keep in tune with any upcoming algorithm updates.
Quality, Google trusted back links – are the ‘meat and potatoes’ for optimal Google search results, but it goes far beyond that. Your business website/blog really needs to be a well oiled machine, and contain all the relevant SEO parts working in harmony together.
Should you buy backlinks in 2019 for search engine rankings ?
I mean yeah you might have heard people buying and selling links half a decade back in order to boost organic traffic.
But what’s the current response?
As far as Google is concerned, it doesn’t officially encourage the act if you buy backlinks for SEO.
Though inbound links are a strong ranking factor, Google wants “Links to be natural and organic“. But it’s not so simple out here in the real-world, is it? It would take you months and even years to get any number of links which would actually contribute towards your rankings organically.
Internal links on their own are not that big of a deal. The barely move the SEO needle.
However, smart internal linking with a clear goal in mind and a precise system in place can yield wonderful results for you.
I can’t help you with your goal and your internal “why”.
But I can help with the “how”.
And I can furnish you with the system that works for me and could work for you.
Interested to learn more?
Then here are 8 tips to master internal linking for higher ranking in Google and Bing/Yahoo.
Who else wants to bring more visitors from search engines?
Search engine traffic is the gasoline of content marketing.
Search traffic can literally make or break your blogging success. That being said, with millions of blog posts going live every single day, it’s getting harder to get into top search results.