- How to Write SEO Friendly Content
How to Write SEO Friendly Content
Are you bored yet? (4)
Well, if you made it this far then you can’t be all that bored. So here is another one of my techniques for writing SEO friendly content.
I like to break things down into sections. In case you can’t tell, I like to write. I have a lot to say when I get going. That’s a problem.
The attention span of a normal website surfer is pretty short. If I write an 800 or 1000 word article then I’m liable to lose my audience. I solve that problem by dividing my article into sections.
Each section is headed by a title in bold. This way, a reader can skim through my article and read what is important to them. These bold titles are called "h" tags but I will talk about that later.
I’m using that technique right now. I’m dividing this training into short sections so you won’t get bored or overwhelmed with information.
Another thing I like to do is to divide sections with a picture that is relevant to what I’m talking about in that particular paragraph. Having a relevant picture is like using a bold type title to tell the reader what they are about to read.
That is one great piece of training. Your writing style is so easy to read. I agree wholeheartedly about Yoast SEO. I was using All-In-One but since changing to Yoast, I have gone through my website and worked to get those green buttons shining. I find it so helpful when I am writing a new post or review page.
Loved it. (never got bored once)
My nice site is less than a year old, so not as "trusted" as yours, but it is already getting pages and articles that show up front and center on Google searches - and I credit that to having been schooled well on SEO practices. This training adds even more polish, and is much appreciated.
There are a lot of folks who don't know about the linking technique. I thought I had better get that information out there. One requirement for using this technique; don't beat my rank!
Later man. Peace.
What I was referring to in lesson 2 was the text in the article I'm writing. It has nothing to do with meta tags.
I'm running a sweepstakes website and my descriptions are less than 150 words. I started looking up those keywords and found them ranking in the top 5 in Google searches. So word count may be a relative thing.
Yoast really scolds me for writing less than the minimum 300 words though.