Using social media for your business has numerous benefits, but it’s never been more important for SEO than today. Search engines are measuring social signals such as likes, favorites, shares, retweets and +1s to determine valuable, search-worthy results. According to experts, we should expect high-quality social media posts to rise higher and higher in search results. To avoid spreading yourself too thin, consider focusing a majority of your social efforts on two platforms, or hiring a part-time social media expert. Like all things when it comes to building an effective SEO strategy research is key! Don’t be afraid to check out your competitor’s sites and other similar websites to see what long tail keywords they’re using. This can give you a great springboard to base new ideas off and don’t be afraid of using the same long tail keywords either. One of the most common problems that I hear from people looking to learn more about SEO is that they don't know what information to trust. Use keywords relevant to your products and services that your customers are searching for, especially in your Title Tags and internal links.
The Problem: SEO and content marketing are not integrate
Google Analytics allows you to specifically analyze the user
behavior on your website. The analysis options range from
very simple to very complex functions. Using tools like Google
Analytics is essential to evaluating the success of your
SEO measures. Google Analytics tracks the users on your
website. In order to activate the tracking, you must add the
respective Google Analytics code snippet on every page. If a site links
to you using the ’nofollow’ meta tag then their website’s authority won’t be passed to you. Some publishers automatically nofollow all external links, which is bad practice. Nofollow links should be reserved for sponsored or paid for links and content you don’t necessarily trust but still want to use as an example. If your web developer tells you that the website is accessible from a mobile device, don’t just trust him/her. Go over your mobile website yourself and check if you, as a visitor, can do all you want and need to do there. Create serious value by developing really well targeted 'content hubs,' or pieces of content that are highly engaging and serve a serious need that customers like yours need help with.
You should be making a concerted effort to keep up with backlink analysis
Analysis of meta sets/keywords, visible text and code to determine how well you're positioned for search engines. You can hire good
writers, but that is often an expensive proposition. You may be under the impression that it will take an extensive amount of time to create enough content to make a difference or to start appearing in the search results. Just breathe. Even the creation of one blog post a week will reap you 52 posts over the period of a year. Google doesn ’t want a website owner to be able to artificially climb its SERPs. Rather, Google wants websites to climb the ranks only when they are genuinely valuable and popular with the audience. It wants to see natural, organic links that you haven’t paid for and it wants to see deep, relevant and interesting content. Experience-based competitive audits analyze variables that would affect the experience someone has on your website compared to that of your competitors.
Ensure every piece of content you write concludes with a call to action
While Google is the big dog when it comes to search engines, don’t forget about Bing. It does hold a considerable share of the search market. While focusing on user experience as we’ve advocated will work for Bing as well, you should do technical audits of your site for both search engines, to make sure you have not missed any important element. Focus on publishing compelling, quality content that is uniquely different and more valuable than anything else out there. That usually means it’s long-form content. Stop marketing to audiences and instead market to customers at scale. According to SEO Consultant
, Gaz Hall: "If a given site targets users in a particular location, webmasters can provide Google with information that will help determine how that site appears in its country-specific search results, and also improve Google search results for geographic queries."
Make your content scannable with keyword-rich headings and helpful visuals
Like most SEO professionals, nothing wrecks my digestive system more than an organic traffic drop with no apparent reason. Auditing an existing site
is one of the most important tasks that SEO professionals encounter. SEO is still a relatively new field,and many of the limitations of search engine crawlers are nonintuitive. Choose three primary keywords and have a list of others to target. When you improve those keywords, choose three more. Push your content to your social media profiles by integrating it with your blog, but don’t do it in a manner that’s “me, me, me” share other things too. The days of buying, selling, and trading links for rankings is long gone…and if you try to bring it back, you will be long gone as well.