Learning the search engine optimization (SEO) game is still an important part of the web marketing world. Large sums of money and time are readily sunk into the costs of software and training, everyone wants to learn SEO to at least a competent level. But much of what the in-the-trenches SEO professional learns on the job can be attained (mostly) for free. In this article, you’ll learn about some seemingly counter-intuitive strategies to learn SEO without spending a dime on software or training.
If you have ever made a video, you know that it takes time and effort to make one worth watching. The last thing you want after putting in that time and effort is to see that your video is not getting any views.
In the search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) world, it’s often difficult to know to where to turn, and what projects to tackle. So much is required to form a well-rounded search strategy. There’s the technical considerations, making sure your site is adequately crawl-worthy, the softer skills like content generation, and keyword targeting. There’s a mix of both harder and softer skills. Once you’ve identified a good strategy, what kind of data will you measure and how will you know if the data you’ve chosen to measure indicates what you think it does.
There are a lot of SEO helper tools on the market. And it’s getting more difficult to try them all. In this article, you will get a closer look at the Rank Math SEO plugin for WordPress and how it can help your website pages and posts make a better showing for search engines.
Readability is a ranking term for how easy your content is to read and understand. It can have a big impact on your SEO score, and can be a make or break factor for how likely users are to engage with and benefit from your content.
Want to DIY your SEO? Don’t worry, it’s not as hard as you might think. In fact, you can get the same results that the pros do, right from the comfort of your living room – if you know what you’re doing.