Hay Guys! How are you all. This is my 88th Post on this Best SEO Advise Blog. I’m really excited. Those Who are bloggers or webmasters, Knows the value of SEO. And You must very careful when you apply SEO to your website/blog because your one mistake can washout your whole hard work. So Today I’ll share Website SEO Checklist which is basic seo checklist by which you can check your Mistakes in SEO. If you think some methods are fixed in seo then my friend you are wrong. There’s no fix method for SEO, every time new and changed method comes for SEO that you need to apply otherwise your rank will be gone. There was some Popular SEO Method that Don’t Work Today. Guys As you know, SEO is so broad, Many method comes and goes and there are some things which always help you in SEO. What Everyone Called ‘Website SEO Checklist‘. If you do SEO for new website or if you are doing SEO audit of any website then you must know Basic … [Read more...] about Website SEO Checklist – All Blogger Should Follow
Why content is king in seo
Content is king. There it is. That deeply flawed slogan of the white hat SEO community — the ultimate over-simplification of what it takes to drive traffic to your website. Virtually every marketer under the sun has parroted this jargon at some point or another, ad nauseam. These are the words of a guilty man. We treat content as if it were some furtive MacGuffin — hiding in plain sight, capable of unlocking the secret kingdom of Google. Speaking as someone who authored some truly inspiring works on dental and plumbing services — downright award-worthy — I can tell you: This simply isn’t true. Search engine optimization is a game of inches. There is no silver bullet. Telling me the answer to all my burning questions about optimization is simply ‘produce great content’ — that seems woefully inadequate. It’s like shouting ‘follow the North Star!’ to someone stranded at sea; thanks, but those generalized directions only … [Read more...] about Content Is King: The Greatest Lie Ever Told in SEO
Why is it that so much airtime (including by me) is given over at conferences and through blogs to geo-targeting issues—choosing the right domain, sub-domain or folder structure or choosing the right hosting—and yet content barely ever gets mentioned? Now that wouldn’t matter if it wasn’t for the fact that content is, in the end, king just as much internationally as domestically. I don’t mean to imply that geo-targeting isn’t important—see Bill Hunt’s excellent post on the topic. But what is beginning to concern me is the fact that, aside from the occasional mention of duplication, I cannot remember the last time that anyone actually raised a hand to ask me about managing content, at any conference I’ve spoken at—anywhere in the world. Going global questions, in order of frequency In fact, the questions are pretty much the same now as they were when Chris Sherman put me on one of the first international SEO conference panel … [Read more...] about International Web Content Management Is King!
In SEO, the small stuff truly matters, and consistency is especially powerful. At the enterprise level things like page titles, internal links and duplicate content may seem almost trivial compared to the overall complexity of the site. But they are hugely important, and when well-optimized in sum can literally make or break a site’s SEO potential. I have been fairly vocal about the importance of looking beyond the basics of SEO to creating Big Ideas that scale well for both users and search engines. I have spoken and written repeatedly about why SEO at the 101 level (and beyond, actually) needs to be worked into the very fabric of a company. It is not nearly as effective as an outside force, making recommendations and working with teams who then implement (or don’t) the work. Yes, this is a fact of the SEO workflow and our daily reality (and it doesn’t have to be a problem). But marketing generally, and SEO specifically, works so much more effectively when … [Read more...] about Consistency Is King In SEO
Marketing has progressed a lot in the past decade: from TV, radio, newspaper, and billboard advertising to SEOs, pop-up ads, and banner ads. The public has moved on from traditional advertising. We can skip over commercials with DVR or avoid them entirely with online shows. Radio commercials can now be bypassed with an iPod or satellite radio. Programs like AdBlocker negate pop-ups, and newspaper readership is slowly declining every year. So how do you market today, when everyone can easily choose to ignore you? Content marketing, or marketing disguised as actual content, is the answer. And here’s why—good content marketing will make people want to interact with it. They won’t consciously know it’s marketing. Or, they’ll actually be happy to see a product or content piece that answers their questions or solves a problem. Would you rather spend millions of dollars hoping people won’t skip over your TV commercial, or spend a significantly less amount … [Read more...] about Why Content Marketing Will Never Go Out of Style