First, the most important part in SEO and Online Marketing in general is to do a rough keywords research and analysis. These keywords will help you to search for contents about your field of expertise in order to get some inspiration and create your own; to properly write your blog posts and to make a killing content strategy for social media. On Twitter, Facebook and Google+ you’ll be able to find out the best hashtags on your subjects.
How to do that first and decisive keywords research? That’s what our first infographic today is all about. Just follow these 5 steps:
- – Identify your Landing Page
- – Seek for words related to your topics
- – Use Google keywords tool to know the popularity of your selected keywords
- – Make a good analysis of competence and, to finish, check again with Google keyword tool those words and remove those with lowest traffic.
Now you’ll probably be wondering… Where should I be using those keywords? Find it out within the next infographic, where you’ll also discover how to look for links in a proactive way (they represent 21% of your web SEO). Click over the following link to access to the infographic:
The last infographic will offer you the latest trends on SEO and Penguin. It’s maybe aimed at more specialised users, with a big experience on SEO. Have a look at it on the following link:
3. The latest trends on SEO (vía TechCMantix Technologies)
If you are an usual reader and Social With It follower across social networks, you’ll know then my opinion about SEO. If you are not, here’s my reflexion: To me, your web rate on Google or other search engines will depend basically on the content you write for your blog and web. The most original, creative and unique is your content, the higher will be your rate on Google. That simple. What happens with all the buzz around keywords then? How about metadescriptions? Yes, that will help indeed, but that’s not a SEO pillar… That’s a writing pillar. Just write taking into account people will lose attention after a few lines of your text (so the most important part should be in the beginning) and that’s all. Make it clear, useful, with points to get the read easier… It’s all common sense!
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