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If you’re a newbie blogger, you’re likely overwhelmed by all of the things you need to do. Then again, you could also be in a situation where you don’t know what you don’t know like with how to boost your on-page SEO.
Are you spending countless hours going down the Google rabbit hole trying to figure out one little problem with your blog? Or maybe you’re confused how anyone has success with blogging.
Look, put research aside for a moment because I’m going to make your life easier. When it comes to SEO, you don’t need to get overwhelmed.
Well, SEO can be a daunting task with everything the experts say to do. What you need to understand, though, is that SEO (like social media) is evolving. You just have to keep going and make changes where you can. It’s never going to be perfect.
Keep up with changes as they come and learn everything you can. But, you’re just one person. You need to focus on the areas where you will have the most impact with less time or monetary investment.
How can you accomplish this with SEO? Simple. Make “on-page” SEO your primary focus.
Below I include 3 resources – two links and an infographic – that will give you the basics surrounding “on-page” SEO. Read through them and let me know if you have any questions.
Brian is one of the top experts in this field. He shares with us the Anatomy of a Perfectly-Optimized Page that includes an infographic plus his analysis.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
Here's how why you need your own blog if you don't have one already.
Anna gives us some of the topic trends in the SEO space with this article. You’re going to want to take notes and make sure you’re working on implementing these as you learn more.
Here’s what Anna covers:
SEO can often times seem confusing, challenging, and difficult. But in reality, when you break it down into steps it actually becomes very simple. One of the best things you can do for your blog to generate more search traffic is to make sure each and every article you create is SEO optimized.
Luckily for you, Kelan over at The Savvy Couple created a simple to follow visual checklist to use when you are creating or auditing your old articles. Although on-page SEO is only one of the pieces Google looks at when ranking websites, it is very important, and one you can get instant results from.
Check out my Run Your Blog Course where I help coaches and side hustlers start their blog, grow it, and monetize it. I'd love to help you live your dreams, ditch the day job, make and save more money, and leave a legacy for your family.
Are you in? Send me an email at [email protected] to let me know.
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