Magicians never reveal their secrets.
Fortunately, SEO content writers do (at least, this one does!).
I’m constantly discovering new things about search engine optimization. On this blog, you’ll learn what I learn in my continuing studies.
What’s the point of this blog?
The goal of this blog is to explore the utility of blog posts for SEO purposes. Each post will divulge SEO secrets. Moreover, each will exemplify basic principles, such as keyword density and structure.
For example, the article you’re reading right now is optimized for the keyword “SEO content writer.” How do you think search engine results are affected by the locations this keyword shows up in the article, and the frequency with which it appears? Are there any other important keywords in this article?
As you read this blog, you’ll soon be able to figure it out with ease.
As this blog grows, it will contribute to the optimization of the BTNewberg.com website. By following along, you’ll get to see first-hand how the process works.
What can I learn here?
You’ll learn the basics. As we go along, I’ll be explaining the simple stuff. The basics are really pretty straightforward, and it won’t take you long to catch on.
You’ll learn the hard stuff, too. While the basics are simple, the workings behind the curtain are complex. How does Google decide the order in which to report results in searches? What does it take into consideration? Can you get bumped up in search results, or penalized, based on what you write? Most importantly, how do you get your website to show up on the first page?
Since Google doesn’t publish it’s algorithm, it’s up to individuals to experiment and discover what gets better results in searches. Experts get together and compare notes, and some of them then share. As I learn from the experts and make discoveries of my own, I’ll share them right here with you.
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