SEO


SEO Trends - Part 7


After chasing after content, this month’s SEO trends roundup is finally here.

While compiling this roundup, I was really happy to discover some big-picture strategies that can help you integrate your SEO into an overall marketing strategy and some out-of-the-box thinking that can exponentially increase the value of your site, all while dispelling a myth or two.

In this post you’ll find:
  • How Customer Journey mapping can effectively help you understand the "conversation your prospects have with Google” so that you can easily see what intents you have overlooked
  • A profound paradigm shift that’ll help you avoid sudden traffic losses when Google updates its algorithms by treating your site as its own search engine
  • What Google updating their Quality Raters Guide means to your SEO, what you should do about it and what myths you should avoid

Email Outreach Strategy (How to Improve Your Response and Win Rates)

"My email outreach sucks; I get absolutely no replies.”

I often get similar messages from outreach novices, and I want to say that I feel your pain. It takes a while for the results to come around, and most outreach opportunities don’t bring any partnerships until you form a relationship with a prospect.

If you can relate to this problem, let me share with you a few lessons I’ve learned throughout my experience on how to approach a prospect and actually get them interested in replying. Here is what we’ll be talking about:
  • How to find relevant outreach opportunities.
  • How to do personalization the right way.
  • What it takes to put together a winning follow-up.

How Content Marketing and SEO Work Together


Content marketing is a powerful way to sell.

Content marketers are able to interact with potential customers before they are ready to buy. Instant connection.

However, content marketing is completely ineffective without an effective distribution strategy.

In this post, I’ll show you why implementing a well-thought-out SEO content marketing strategy could power your business for years to come (and how to get started).

How to Migrate a WordPress Site to Gatsby Without Losing SEO Quality


Migrating a WordPress site to a different provider might seem like a handful but more and more blogs are derailing from what used to be the most popular content management system online. As new technology begins to grow, so do the options, and in recent years, WordPress has faced its fair share of competitors, the most promising of which is Gatsby.

Whilst operating in a relatively similar fashion, there are various reasons why many site owners prefer Gatsby to WordPress.

From functionality and service to the quality of performance and available perks, here is a closer look at both WordPress and Gatsby, followed by a detailed guide on how to safely migrate a WordPress-based site to the Gatsby framework without losing SEO quality in the process.

3 Off-Page Content Marketing Strategies for Local SEO


Local SEO has changed over the years.

The days of simply plugging keywords into a piece of content that you want to rank are gone. Nowadays, your client’s digital marketing strategy needs to be robust and well-thought-out, utilizing various SEO tactics. It’s a lot to keep track of but failing to employ modern techniques leads to disorganized results (if any) that are near impossible to replicate.

What’s more, any number of web analytic tools can help track the SEO metrics you care about. However, to be genuinely effective, digital marketers also need to interpret data quickly, adjust when necessary, and identify opportunities when they arise.

In this post, I’ll get into three basic off-page local SEO strategies to improve your rankings. What’s more, I’ll show you how you can easily manage all of your off-page SEO data in Rank Ranger.

SEO Trends for 2021 - Part Five


In this month’s SEO Trends for 2021, we take a look at one of the most important elements in SEO. In fact, this factor might be more important than all the others.

And that factor is quality.

The reason quality is so important is that quality content is the lifeblood of any search engine. Without it, our user experience would be terrible.

And if the user experience isn’t good, the search engine won’t attract any users.

What’s more, we’ll also discover that site speed and how users interact with your site is rapidly becoming an important part of SEO in general.

In this post you’ll find:
  • How focusing on serving Google users will help you create content that search engines love (rather than chasing after the latest Google updates)
  • Why improving your page authority will give you an edge over your competitors in the crowded SEO market
  • How even though Core Web Vitals metrics are important, they should always be balanced by a good user experience

How to Automate Your SEO: A Beginner’s Guide


There is no question, effective SEO can be a gigantic task.

With content marketers flooding the internet with weekly and even daily content it’s becoming more and more difficult to stand out from the crowd.

What’s more, if you regularly publish content your site will rapidly gain in size, making SEO optimization an unwieldy task.

And...

If you imagine an enterprise site with literally thousands of pages, it isn’t difficult to see why SEO automation is a necessary part of your SEO strategy.

With that in mind, in this beginner’s guide to SEO automation I’ll be getting into:
  • What SEO automation is
  • How you can easily get started with SEO automation
  • Some basic tasks you can quickly automate to speed up your SEO process

Why You Need Pixel Rank Tracking for Your SEO


A few months ago I was looking at our Twitter mentions and I saw a Tweet by Christopher Hoffman.

Christopher made three bold points:
  • Rank tracking tools should be tracking pixels and not just rank
  • Rank trackers should also be tracking SERP features
  • As digital marketers, we should adapt our SERP strategy based on what’s ranking on the SERPs

The points he brings up are all crucial for SEO as it stands.

In other words, not understanding this could mean you’re missing out on some obvious opportunities, or worse being left behind by focusing on outdated metrics.

To help you out… In this post, I’ll explain why you must implement pixel tracking and target SERP features in your SEO strategy. I’ll also show you some case studies using Rank Ranger’s pixel tracking secret weapon.

SEO Trends for 2021- Part Four


In this month’s SEO Trends for 2021, we take a deep dive into the human side of SEO.

Yes, as SEOs we all love optimizing pages, applying canonical tags, and trying to figure out the latest algorithms. But, we should never lose sight of the fact that SEO is a form of marketing.

And…

As marketers, we are marketing to people.


People buy your products. People use your services.

So, to help you out...

In this post you will find:
  • Three sound strategies to help you keep control of your organic traffic as Google becomes more competitive
  • How listening to your audience can substantially boost your SEO results
  • How focusing too much on Google algorithms might hurt your SEO in the long run

What is Enterprise SEO?


I have a question for you.

If you were hired to do SEO for a big brand like Cisco Systems or Sony, how would you approach it?

Would you do anything different to any other SEO project?

I mean, the search engines don’t differentiate between small sites and big sites. So would you do anything differently?

In this post I’ll answer:
  • What is enterprise SEO?
  • What is an enterprise SEO strategy?
  • What enterprise SEO tools should you know about?


What is Google Core Web Vitals?


Core Web Vitals.

Just the sound of it strikes fear into the hearts of SEOs.

This is most likely because it’s probably the most hyped Google algorithm update so far.

The question is, should you be worried about it?

How do you know if your site is ready for Core Web Vitals?

In this post, I’ll be explaining what Core Web Vitals are, how you can analyze your site, and how you can easily optimize for it.

SEO Trends for 2021 - Part Three


"I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” - Jimmy Dean

There is no question that Jimmy’s words are true for every successful SEO. Due to the ever-changing nature of the Google SERPs, an SEO has to constantly adjust their sails.

So...

In the interest of helping you adjust your SEO sails this year, here is this month’s episode of SEO Trends for 2021.

This month’s SEO trends post features some stellar content that you can take action on.

In this post you will find:
  • How to understand user intent by doing manual searches and looking as SERP feature data
  • Why you should be leveraging video content in your business
  • How to quickly identify the best quality sites for your link building campaigns
  • Why you need to do SERP feature and SERP competitor analysis to win on today’s









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