Traffic, will come to your blog. Low to moderate competition means that there is little (or moderate) content online with these keywords, making it more than likely that you’ll stand out with a good post. If a large portion of that content is advertising, a great, high-value and useful post will get a lot of free traffic. Once you find keywords that are relevant to the questions your readers are asking you, the next step is to add the keywords to your blog posts. And this is the easy part. Yes, the hardest part has already been done. Memory rule – optimize only afterwards Remember that there is a real person on the other side of the screen reading your text.
Always write content for people first
Don’t write to Google’s bots, stuffing your search term into every other sentence. Instead, write a post for one latest database person (the text speaks more deeply then) and finally add the search word to the following points: To the title of the post To permanent link/Permalink Adding a keyword or its variation to the text by a handful* of the pictures (without slang) And to the alt texts of the images *According to Google’s guidelines, the search word or its variation may not be more than 5% of the total number of words. If you write a post of 1,000 words, the search term may appear in the text a maximum of 50 times. I don’t know about you, but that’s quite a lot to me.
For at least one subheading To the names
So at worst, the text sounds monotonous when the search term is repeated many times. I personally aim for the search term to be in the first paragraph, in the middle and at the end of the post. Optimizing a post doesn’t take much time anymore after it’s written. A large part of these procedures will be done automatically after you have done them a couple of times. 5. At what point does a reader become a customer? We have now gone through customer acquisition with the help of a blog. I have told you how important a blog is for any business. I have shown how you USA CEO build trust and credibility in the eyes of potential customers. I have taught you how to find post ideas for your own wonderful blog and I have helped you to ensure a constant flow of readers in the future with the help of search engine optimization.