Last updated on November 16th, 2022 at 07:27 pm
1. Make use of self-hosted WordPress.
Avoid wasting your time on Blogger, Medium, Squarespace, Wix, or GoDaddy.
2. Select a fast theme
(such as Kadence, Astra, or GeneratePress) and high-quality hosting such as GreenGeeks.
3. Take Help from Google
Don’t forget to connect your blog to Google Search Console and Google Analytics – both of which are free.
4. Prioritize long-tail keywords.
Because they are less competitive, you should rank faster. Answer the Public is an excellent resource for finding them.
5. Keep search intent in mind
Why is the user looking for this particular keyword? Examine the SERPs for more information. Then make something comparable but superior (and with your own angle).
6. Avoid Keyword Stuffing
Include your major keyword in the title, URL, and first paragraph of each post. Plus a few more times throughout the body. But don’t stuff it in too tightly.
7. Create subject clusters
by publishing posts on relevant keywords focused on a single topic.
8. Concentrate on internal linking
– it’s almost as beneficial as external backlinks and is much easier to manage.
9. Don’t buy so-called Backlink packages
Resist the urge to purchase spammy backlinks from shady link farms.
Instead, write some guest blogs and make use of HARO. (With effective internal linking and longtail keyword targeting, you can rank with minimal backlinks.)
10. Publish as frequently as possible
Every day is ideal, but once a week should enough. Content velocity is important! To speed up the process of getting words on the page, use voice typing.
11. Have patience!
SEO requires time. Please do not give up until you see results.
You WILL achieve results if you continue to post great content, target reachable keywords, and obtain a few relevant backlinks.
However, this will take at least a few months.