Wednesday, July 5, 2017

The Secrets of Successful SEO And Copywriting

Can there be anything like a successful SEO and Copywriting?

SEO is a process of many parts and even the expert at it, sometimes can not lay claims to getting it completely right easily.

They do subject all their search engine optimization to different tweaks and tests before they see what works.

Do we call that successful?

Copywriting is concerned about structures and forms of writing is not a mince meat at all.

Knowing the right structure for your content and how to make it conform to search engine optimization rules according to the Gospel of Google,poses a  big challenge.

But surmountable though;

In the midst of these probing and puzzling questions,can there be any success in SEO and writing well for your readers?

Another question right:

What if I tell you that you can get success only if you know the secret codes.

In this post, I will be showing you three of the secrets that you may know but have not put to use.

It could also be that you will reading about it for the first time.

Whatever sides you find yourself,hold your breathe as I reveal the secret codes to you.

Secret #1

Don't Write your Content for Search Engines.

There is so much of attention on search engine optimization.This undue attention had made many bloggers forget that the primary reason for any content you put online is for your prospective readers.

Human beings should be your basis for blogging.

If you keep all your eggs in the basket of search engines,you would miss it entirely.

You end up with post that barely captivate and interest your audience.

The grave error of writing to rank in  Google search engines,gave rise to the issue of keyword stuffing and irregular backlinks.

Secret # 2.Do Away with Keyword Stuffing In Your Post

If you are to do good copywriting that works for SEO,you should stop keyword stuffing.

Unnecessary use of target keywords in your articles or posts makes it unreasonable.

You should aim for using your target keyword for:

Title:Use your target keyword or key phrase in here.It is not really important how close it is to the beginning of your title.

Paragraphs:Use your keywords 2-3 times in the first 100 words of your post in each paragraphs.

So if it takes 8 paragraphs to complete your blog post, then you would have used 16-24 keywords in your articles of about 700-1000 words.

LSI: This means latent semantic indexing. It is employing synonyms for your targeted keywords.

If you are looking for where to get the right LSI for your target key phrase,Google will help you in that area when your do a search query for your target keyword.

At the bottom of the search page result,you will see a list of suggested or related keywords you can use in your post.

Better still, when you do a search in Google,as you type in your search word or phrase, you will see some other words comes up in a list form even before you hit the search button.

Take note of these words and use them as your LSI for your articles or blog post.

Secret # 3.Use Cross Link,Outbound Links and External Links 

Cross linking is when you link to your other older posts that is relevant to your recent post.

If you have written about Backlink before,and you have recent post on Copywriting, you should link the backlink as a anchor text where you use it in your recent copywriting post.

For Outbound linking,what you do is to link to authority sites or blog from your blog post.

That is, if you write about Pinterest, you can anchor text as link a quality high ranking blog that has content about Pinterest.

Doing external linking is like the icing on the cake in your linking structure.

In this case, you create and build link for your blog post from other related authority sites or blogs.

Google loves all of these linking structures and they passes link juice to allow for good ranking for your blog.

Okay guys.There is more to these:

I know this may not be an exhaustive post on successful SEO and Writing quality content,but this would set you off on a good start in your effort in writing both for Search Engines and for your readers as well.

Catch You later!

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