Google, heard of it?

If you are like me, you rely on Google for pretty much everything, from research, to product reviews, to solutions to problems. Google has billions of users, actively using their search engine every day to find stuff.

Introducing Search Engine Optimization...

Our goal with our website, in particular in the first 6-12 months with it is to get lots of rankings in Google (and other search engines) and to do so for FREE.

This is accomplished through what is called Search Engine Optimization (SEO), which is something that you are going to become very knowledgeable with in a short period of time. You are going to learn how you can show up in Google, get traffic, and generate a lot of revenue as a result.

I have created a video walking you through the fundamentals of a successful SEO ready website and I also show you how to set-up your All in One SEO plugin, which is going to be the framework for getting your website prepared for SEO.

 


DISCUSS VIDEO: Setting Up Your Website for Search Engines

SEO is NOT Rocket Science.

People tend to overthink SEO and think there is MORE to it than there actually is. Part of the problem is that there is so much misinformation online about SEO.

I can tell you, first hand, it is not rocket science. You don't need backlinks, you don't need to know some random secret, you don't need PBN's (if you don't know what that is, don't worry) and you don't need to be an expert author.

There are a few basic components to SEO that are going to be our focus as we move you through the training. I am going to give you a quick overview of these, not to add to complexity or overwhelm you, but rather add simplicity.

  • Initial Website SEO Set-Up (which we will be covering today)
  • Keyword Selection
  • Content Length
  • Content Structure
  • Engagement
  • Social Elements
  • Time (Authority)

Frankly, wipe clean your SEO knowledge. You are going to be learning how to rank not just now, but for years to come as you move through the Bootcamp training. It is in my best interest to see you succeed with your SEO and I want you to see results!

The Incredible, Long Term Opportunity With SEO.

SEO is a long term traffic opportunity that is not going anywhere. As more people come online and more people spend time online, they are searching for things at a higher rate than ever.

The average person performs over 130 searches per month in Google, and Google is currently getting over 3.5 BILLION searches per day. And that is just Google.

That is traffic that YOU can leverage. With 3.75 BILLION people active online, it is going to be your job to intercept people through "search terms" (keywords) that they enter in Google, build trust through helping them, then make a recommendation of products and services.

In the case of your Affiliate Bootcamp website, Wealthy Affiliate will be one of the websites that you can recommend and earn a great deal of income with.

People simply are not going to stop searching, in fact, as people become more and more connect with MORE devices, the number of daily searches only goes up. This creates an incredible and very much growing opportunity for you as an affiliate marketer.

Task 1: Set Up Your Website Up For SEO

Your first task today is going to be setting up your website for SEO success. You are going to be doing this through the All in One SEO plugin, which we activated within the last lesson.

This lesson we are going to be updating the General Settings. To do this, you are going to find All in One SEO from the main menu or from the Plugins menu, and click on the "General Settings" menu item (as shown below)

From there, you are going to go directly to the "Home Page Settings" section. This is where we are going to be adding our website title and description for search engines.

This will NOT be visible to people that visit your site, it will be the title and description of your website when it shows up in a Google search.

Home Title: This should be the brand name of your website, followed by additional text to make it more captivating. In my case, I made this title:

Real Deal Affiliate - Affiliate Marketing Uncut

I think this is captivating and speaks to my audience well as my sort of "motto", but I can quite easily change this down the road. So don't fret if you make a mistake here or you are not 100% in love with your title.

Ideal Title Character Count: 45-55

Home Description: This should explain briefly what your website is about and how you plan on helping people. Who is your site dedicated to helping and how do you plan on helping them out. In my case, I made my description:

With over 15 years experience online, Real Deal Affiliate is a site dedicated to helping aspiring and already successful affiliate marketers online.

Again, if you have a spelling mistake or you are not 100% happy with your description, you can update this at any time.

Ideal Description Character Count: 140-160

After you have done this, continue scrolling down to the Keyword Settings section. Make sure your settings look the same as mine. You don't really have to think too much about the "Keyword Settings" section here other than making it look like what I have here.


Then scroll down to the very bottom of the settings page and you will see a blue "Update Options" button.

Click that and you are good to go! Your website is now set-up for search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo!

**Note: You do not need to "Upgrade to Pro" with your All in One Plugin. The free version is more than sufficient for what you need here. Many plugins have optional upgrades for more features and you will typically be more than fine with the free versions.

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JMCINERNEY1 Premium
I wanted to throw this out...I'm not sure what the difference is between a niche and a direction or brand.
But I know I'd like to focus on people who are disabled and unable to work outside the home to support themselves.

Can I get some feedback about this idea of approching people?
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It seems that choosing a niche isn't that easy for me. I've chosen beauty skin care but in reality I've no idea what to write about that in the training Site contents as I've no expertise on that matter. So let's say I wanted any issues that relates to diabetes as my niche, to help those who have diabetes, but have no experience or expertise on that matter. What should I do?
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Nurse1987 Premium
Use the internet for research. Things to eat as a diabetic, living with diabetes etc. or just google diabetes and see what comes up. Hope this helps.
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Thanks☺️
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emahray Premium
Hi. My dad is prediabetic and was recently advised by his doctor to start the 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet by Dr Michael Moseley. The gist of it that it is possible to completely reverse type 2 diabetes by losing weight and in particular the weight that sits around your pancreas and liver as this is what inhibits the production of insulin. Dr Michael Moseley has written a book and recipe book called the 8 Week Blood Sugar Diet that explains it all in more detail and he talks about loads of people who have used the diet to completely reverse their diabetes and come off their medication. I think this is really exciting for type 2 diabetics and definitely worth writing about. Hope that helps xx
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A very big help soThank you!!
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Dorcia1 Premium
Hi,
Choosing a niche can be complex. But this is what I have being doing. I wrote down the areas I like or have an interest in. If I don't have any knowledge I do some research and then ask my girl friend what she thinks she has been help. I've also looked into to areas that I myself need help with personally I figure that will give me the edge to do the research, help myself and others at the same time, this part however ties into my line of work over the past 20 years.

What kind of work or activates have you been involved in?
Do you think there are people out there that would benefit from that information?
What do you have a passion for that has an audience or there isn't enough information out there and you can share your knowledge?

I hope this help in someway.
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GKavanaugh Premium
For someone that is new to marketing how would you go about writing an about page? I was thinking of outlining who my target audience is, highlighting their objectives for being on my page and sharing what my website can do for them. I was also going to talk about why I created my website and what I am hoping to achieve. Does this sound okay? Any other input would be great. Thanks so much!
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AllanDarte Premium
Sounds good. Your about page could also be about your journey to this point in your life as well...
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ThembelihleT Premium
I think its cool , moreover its about offering help to people , then people dont want to talk to roborts they will love to here who yu are and share what you here to do
your audence will appreciate to read and feel like they talking to someone who has walked the walk ready to take them by hand

i try to do this when ever im about to write
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DMtenje Premium
That's okay. Honest answers to these questions will be fine
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HotWombat Premium
I have two plug ins, not mentioned by Kyle, on my 'Installed Plugins' page. They are Classic Editor and Kraken Image Optimizer and they are both Activated already. 'All in One SEO Pack' was not on the page, so I searched for it, found it, added it and activated it. Have I done the right thing?

HotWombat aka Jim.
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ThembelihleT Premium
Hi there, I know you are also asking a question but i want to ask you where did you find the plugin i have been searching, kindly assist
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HotWombat Premium
As I followed Kyle's video tutorial in Bootcamp and came to the 'Install Plugin' page, I think I would have found a link there and did a search there. It should also be discussed by Kyle in the Online Entrepreneur Certificated.

That's the best I can do for you. Good luck.

HotWombat aka Jim.
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Robert-A Premium
In a word - Yes.
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ThembelihleT Premium
Got it sharp sharp thanks
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Robert-A Premium
Happy to help
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DMahen1 Premium
Those are great plugins. Yes, you did the right things so far.
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DMtenje Premium
" - the main reason being is that if you don't make 3 sales in 180 days your account is cancelled plus without posts you have nowhere to put your Amazon links"
A piece of encouraging advice from one community member.
Reading between the lines, this piece of advice means - WA Training coupled with hard work, in 3 months , one should be earning
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Kyle Premium
This can certainly be the case. Not always though, but you shouldn't be adding affiliate links right away to your website either.

You want a framework of content on your website first (15-20 post) before you start apply to affiliate programs. Many affiliate programs will review your website before approval so that is why.
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