About this course
In this course you will find out how to bring in traffic with your content (SEO) and get it to the first page of Google every time.
Most of you probably know the phenomenon where you write a blog post, you put your heart into it, and then no one sees it. It is a lot of work to create content...
There is a vital point that blog owners often forget: Your blog needs to have a REASON for people to visit it.
It is true though that most people use content as the bait. However great content is not enough.
This point is so vital and still so many people miss it…
Here are the basics of on-page SEO.
SEO is not just about keywords. It's about giving your users what they want.
Google is trying to provide more information to help satisfy users.
You may be tempted to cover 50 subjects and promote 50 different affiliate programs on your blog. In the beginning this may even be necessary, because online business is always like throwing spaghetti against the wall.
Obviously, if you already spend a time on writing content, then you should do it in such a way that brings you organic traffic for life.
There are over 200 ranking factors. But there are a handful that are more important than the rest
An important thing you need to know is that difficulty equals opportunity.
I am not going to dive into a huge explanation on what long-tail keywords are. They are key to your success and organic traffic.
First of all, you should view search volume numbers as estimates only. They can be wildly off.
While there is no uniform answer to this question, here are the guidelines.
The idea behind seed keywords is the following: If I want to write about sales funnels, that wouldn’t be the only keyword I would look into.
Along with search volume, difficulty is the second factor you need to consider when picking your keywords.
You will see advice telling you to use the Google Keyword Planner for your keyword research.
Autosuggest is a Google feature. We are talking about the roll-down list of keywords that appear when you start typing in your keyword in the Google search bar.
This is another factor you need to be aware of when you do keyword research.
Keywords correspond to the cycle of buying.
As I mentioned before, it’s important to know that competition scores should only be used as a filter to find possible keywords.
The key principle of KGR is to find phrases that are "under-served" by Google - and therefore you can easily rank for these.
Now I am going to break down the post that made me a thousand dollars.
I have started to test this method on a foreign language domain (Hungarian).
You can also consider writing guest posts on high DA blogs using long tail keywords.
You may not have heard about Google’s Freshness Algorithm.
Make sure your facts are correct, your post is extremely engaging, actionable and deep. But there is more.
Spencer H, NichePursuits
I am going to show you some of the keyword research I just did for FunnelXpert.
After a certain point you will realize that you need links to rank for more competitive keywords.
Once you have written your blog post, you need to start promoting it for several reasons.
Millions of people participate in Facebook groups every single day. If you are not using them for more traffic, you are missing out. However if you don’t do it right, you won’t get any results.
Blogging is not a lonely game. And the easiest way to get traffic is from bloggers that already have tons of traffic.
When it comes to SEO and keyword research, there is a vital point that you need to understand.
If you only had 90 days to 10x your sales, what would you do?
How many posts should you write?
For many successful bloggers their two biggest sources of traffic are Google and Pinterest.