- How to Write SEO Friendly Content
How to Write SEO Friendly Content
SEO Friendly Content (1)
Someone asked me, “what is SEO friendly content.” I think now is the time to tell about my style of creating SEO friendly content. In case you are wondering, SEO stands for search engine optimization or “how the blazes do I rank well?”
SEO friendly content is content that is designed in such a way that search engines like it. It takes some practice to learn how to do this. However, if a dummy like me can figure it out then you can too.
My style is to keep it simple. I generally don’t follow many of the “rules” for writing content. After all, I was raised in the 60s. I march to a different drum.
Please keep in mind that no amount of expertise or tricks of the trade will guarantee top 10 results all the time. However, if you write several articles that rank well then readers will generally navigate their way to pages that don't rank as well if your keyword has some fierce competition. Not all of my pages rank in the top 10 due to the competition.
My style isn’t the only way of writing quality content. What I’m writing about here is just my way of doing things that gets me the results I want.
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.