There is a basic semantic SEO strategy that can help your site gain massive traffic.
That strategy is called topical authority.
This SEO paradigm shift is a result of search engines attempting to understand the meaning of search queries to bring the best results for those queries.
This has changed SEO as we know it. Instead of optimizing content around keywords, we should now focus on optimizing content around entire topics.
When we do that successfully we achieve topical authority.
How do you actually research your chosen topic?
In this post, I’ll show you some clear actions you can take to easily understand how Google organizes entities in its Knowledge Graph so that you can design a semantic SEO strategy that could position you as the authority in your chosen topic.
Okay, so you’re getting into semantic SEO. Great idea.
In my last blog post, I explained what semantic search is. It’s now time to understand how to build a semantic SEO strategy.
In this post, I’ll get into the difference between keywords and topics and explain why focusing on topics could revolutionize your SEO and potentially bring you way more traffic.
I don’t intend this post to be my final word on covering topics. It’s intended to be a general overview that will give you a solid understanding that you'll need to build content silos that get massive traffic.
WordPress is an excellent CRM-designed platform to help you optimize your content for SEO.
It's packed with up-to-the-minute tools that help users build, structure, and publish content while maintaining SEO.
But, building a site on WordPress alone won't put you on the top of search engines. There are many things you need to take into consideration if you want your website to rank high and boost relevant content for your audience.
In other words, when WordPress gives you the opportunity - you have to seize it.
To help you with this, we've curated the most effective tips for WordPress SEO.
If you're ready to put in the work and bring your pages to the first page then let's get right into it.
If you’re in the writing world, you probably understand how challenging it is at times to come up with new and relevant topics.
Some blogs are so good that they can stand the test of time. But, behind those blogs is an idea, and ideas are bulletproof! So, next time you’re struggling to present your audience with something meaningful, consider scraping through your archives.
Careful, though - reusing old content is tricky and oftentimes, it can be like playing with a loaded business gun.
Stay tuned to learn how to identify and then repurpose old blog posts the right way!
On-page SEO is crucial for the success of any website. It doesn’t matter whether you’re working on an existing one or launching a new one - on-page SEO strategies apply to all websites.
On-page SEO optimization is a powerful tool that helps your site rank higher on Google. Not just that, it also adds more value and interaction from every visitor to your website; increases content quality, keyword targeting, and more.
However, nailing that on-page SEO is easier said than done, and we can start by saying that it’s all in the details.
In this blog post, we’ll focus on seven effective ways to improve your on-page SEO that also enhances user experience.
When creating content, understanding user intent is key.
Now as an SEO myself, I have been analyzing user intent for a while.
The more time I spend trying to understand it the more I realize that the search intent Google presents is multi-layered. In other words, search intent is far more complex than looking for informational, commercial, navigational, and transactional intent.
With that in mind…
In this post, I’ll show you how to easily spot some of the various user intents that appear on a Google SERP so that you can generate more traffic by targeting more users.
What’s the main benefit of SEO?
Simply put, SEO turns your website into an entity. This entity could eventually become your biggest business asset bringing in high-quality traffic to your business.
That said, let’s address the elephant in the room. SEO is not only competitive, but it’s also slow.
What’s more, the days of content farm and keyword stuffing are never coming back (thankfully).
So, how do you speed up your content marketing execution?
One of your best options is social media content promotion.
In this post, I’ll get into an easy four-step social media strategy that will help support your SEO content so that your content marketing can quickly get results.
There is no question, search engines are becoming more and more intelligent with every passing day.
This means optimizing content needs an intelligent approach.
Today, when you do keyword research, you have to do much more than find a keyword with some search volume. You have to also go through a thorough analysis to understand how to rank your content.
How do you do that?
In this post, I’ll show you how to easily find big insights just by eyeballing the SERPs. I’ll also show you how your rank tracking software can take your SERP analysis to a new level.