Keyword strategy, headers and internal links. This is the bones of your search engine optimization that is needed for online success.
A mix of high-quality strategies to help your “popularity” with search engines. It’s not just blogging for blogging’s sake.
Is your website laid out the best way for visitors? Can your visitors find what they are looking for easily? Or are they leaving quickly?
I’ve run into so many people that think if they are blogging that they will be found and that’s good enough for holistic SEO. And while this may be somewhat true, it’s the quality of the content, posts that you are writing, the structure of your site and how “readable” it is for Google to index that can really help your site rank. After all, Google’s job is to organize the information on the world wide web and make it useful for people.
It’s the quality of the content and posts, the structure of your site and how “readable” it is for Google to index that can really help your site rank. h2>
The term SEO or search engine optimization has become an overused gobbledygook term. Haven’t you received phone calls promising you that they can rank your site easily? Well, as long as they are using holistic SEO and not using black hat strategies that can hurt your site so bad that Google won’t even index it. And if this happens, you will be delisted until the next round of algorithm updates.
There are no shortcuts or quick strategies in holistic SEO. You should have good technical SEO (onsite and offsite), create and write high-quality content and make sure that visitors to your site, can find what they are looking for – so a good user experience. And yes, having a good keyword strategy is important to make sure you are creating good content and articles with the relevant keywords that your customers are looking for.
There are no shortcuts or quick strategies in holistic SEO. h2>
Plus making sure you have a mix of off-page and on-page strategies is important. Starting with an on page strategy is a great one to begin with – making sure that your website is easily readable to search engines. And more importantly, making sure the writing on your site is “organic” and easily understood by your prospects and clients.
Your social media strategy can also help your holistic SEO. How do you do all this? Or should you hire it out? Let’s talk about it. Contact Kick A so I can learn about your business and see if we’re a good fit.