SEO is a requirement for the success of any online business today. It’s simply about being able to drive targeted traffic with search engines. For the most part, Google is the king.
While SEO is not the average guy’s job, it’s possible to hire experts to handle it completely for you.
Now, let’s say you have concluded that further development of your project is impossible without search engine optimization. You got an expert, you gave him access. Then you get a heavy set of guidelines for implementation at the structure level of the site, texts and even design. Continue reading
We need backlinks to rank and drive targeted traffic.
At the same time, this is the toughest side of SEO.
Because the search giant (Google) relies on this to know how much other website owners appreciate your content and no one is willing to dish out those links just like that.
If site owners link out to your site, they are telling Google hey… thumbs up to this guy. He’s done a great job. Give him a boost.
I know you are thinking about dofollow and nofollow. These both are important and Google considers them. I mentioned this in this post I recommend you read
Backlinks are not the only ranking factors though. There are hundreds of them grouped in technical and content categories. Continue reading
SEO backlinks are the things many digital entrepreneurs focus on these days when it comes to trying to grow their natural traffic.
That’s because this is the core of off page SEO and its success (most of the time) depends on other website owners (not you).
So folks are busy looking for ways to get webmasters and bloggers to link to their pages and maintain those links permanently.
While I recommend taking at loot at this SEO for newbies post, in this post, we are looking at the contrary – you linking to others and getting something in return. In life, the best way to get something is to give something. So that works in promoting your blog as well. Continue reading
In SEO Marketing, Keyword research is believed to be the foundation of any successful campaign.
Whether you are working to rank a blog post or an eCommerce product page, targeting and optimizing for the right keywords is key.
But keyword optimization has changed quite remarkably in the past few years. Search engines are out for content that meets the intent of searchers. It’s no longer about how well you place your keywords in content but how much value coverage your content has with regards to intent.
As a matter of fact, there is still a need to create content with the consciousness of one or more keywords you’d like to rank for. This doesn’t necessarily mean counting the keyword occurrences and making sure it appears here or there on your content. What it means is that you should make sure to answer every possible question that may be in the mind of the searcher at the moment of typing that keyword. Continue reading
You’re probably curious whether WordPress tags help with SEO?
As soon as you saw the headline about WordPress tags for SEO, you clicked. No?
Well, it’s safe to say I came up with an interesting topic for you to read today.
Most WP users have no clue how to use tags for SEO.
Despite the fact that WordPress provided this feature for a reason, most bloggers are clueless about it.
Experts, however, keep an eye on every expect of their website. They leverage their efforts in such a way that every little bit helps, be it:
As far as my take on WordPress tags is concerned, it’s like I saw writing on the wall a long time ago. Continue reading
Do you own a business? Are you working for an advertising company as a marketer?
Your business or your job requires you to be good in marketing a product, innovative in creating designs of products or has above average communication skills. These are all parts of digital marketing. But what is it anyway, and how does it benefit you?
Businesses all over the world are taking the next step on a whole different level through it. This is about advertising a company’s products and services to its targeted audience or customers. It includes product branding, product distribution and selling the service or product. It involves the use of the Internet to spread information that you want people to see about your company or business. Continue reading