So much of my work is around SEO, and it is a field I am passionate about.
I also like to put in a good word for SEO, which is pretty much part of why I’m here. We’ll get to that in a bit.
SEO is the science and art of optimizing websites for search engines, in order to get their content to be found and brought up at the top of the search results. It involves a lot of different disciplines, such as writing content that is relevant and helpful to the users, writing content that is both informative and engaging, and writing content that is both readable and optimized for search engines.
SEO is the art of writing content that is both relevant and helpful for search engines, but also that is readable and optimized for search engines. It doesn’t matter how much you know about the content you’re writing if you’re not able to make it readable or search engine-friendly. I know that sounds like a no-brainer, but I’m here to tell you that this is a major source of frustration.
Writing SEO content that is readable and search engine optimized is a challenge. The only way to make your writing readable (and SEO-friendly) is to make sure its readable. Some writers are simply unable to write without over-optimizing their content, but I actually think this is a very common problem, especially when writing about small business issues.
SEO content is a large topic and the vast majority of writers fall into one of two camps. The majority of writers writing about small business issues are simply unable to write without over-optimizing their content. These writers must figure out what makes their clients look good to get SEO-friendly content. You can’t just write about what you want your site to look like. You need to find a way to make your writing readable to readers.
The first step is to find out what clients are looking for.
The first step in SEO is to figure out what clients are looking for. Most SEO writers start with a keyword analysis. They try to find the keywords that are best for the article they are writing. They test their keywords against each other, and they see what keywords are getting the most traffic, what keywords are getting the most clicks, and what keywords are producing the most traffic.
Google also provides some useful guidelines for writers in this area. From a Google News page: “Keyword research should include: 1. Evaluate your competitors’ keywords against your own; and 2. Determine which keywords perform best against your content.
Basically, the keywords that produce the most traffic are the ones that you need to write for.