It’s getting harder by the minute to get whole sites ranked well in Google. Discover the two important reasons why and what to do with your SEO and marketing to gain new traffic.
The goal of SEO is to rank high enough on Google to get more traffic to your site. There are 3 phases to SEO to help accomplish that. Unfortunately, too many site owners start with Phase 3, which involves ranking tactics, and they wonder why their hard work isn’t paying off.
Learn more about all 3 phases of technical SEO, on page SEO, and inbound SEO and why you MUST do the first two yourself.
Plus, when/how/why to hire an SEO agency and how not to get ripped off.
Join me for this free webinar on March 20 at 7pm ET
Feeling mystified about SEO? Got a plugin installed, but that’s about all?
You’re not alone.
But it’s actually easier than you think to get all 14 levels of SEO on every post and page you create and lay a proper SEO foundation for your whole site.
You just need someone to show you how without all the geek speak.
That’s exactly what my 6 week live workshop and private Facebook support group can help you do.
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SEO – Search Engine Optimization – comprises all the little things you do to your site and content to garner a higher ranking in Google so more folks find your site. But does it work? And is it enough to get more eyeballs on your content? Yes and no. Let me explain how and why I’m changing my tactics to get found by more viewers.
SEO is a broad field and applies to three distinct areas of optimization for your site to do well in search engines. You can and should do two of those phases yourself. Discover what they are, what you must know about them, plus the difference in white and black hat SEO.
The Yoast SEO plugin has a new setup wizard. Here’s what will happen if you use it in this BlogAid Today Tip
Bots crawl your site all the time. Some are good bots from search engines like Google. Some are bad bots, like link spammers and hackers. The robots.txt file allows you to give bots the direction those bots need to crawl your site in the most expedient way, and keep them out of areas where they have no business being.
Discover best SEO practices for updating and deleting posts, 404 errors, redirects, and how to avoid Google penalties.