THE TOPS WAYS TO IMPROVE SEO AND SITE TRAFFIC

There are lots of lies going around about how to improve site traffic. There are even more lies going around about using SEO. It’s time to set the record straight. It’s time to look at these lies and start spreading the truth.

MYTH #1

Some people like to push a message onto people who have no interest in hearing these words. Good news. There is a way around this. It’s time to throw some reverse-psychology back to the readers. It’s time to find out what they want to hear. This is new way to approach it.

Take what has been learned and write the content. The content will appear at just the right time. This is one approach to reaching readers that many are not using to their advantage. Start doing it. It’s called using pull vs. push. Bloggers who do this will be amazed at how the traffic begins to find them. It’s kind of like finding love. Stop looking for it to happen. Once you do, it will find you.

MYTH #2

Content is king. It always has been, always will be. This is also a bunch of garbage, to a certain extent. The user is the reigning emperor. It’s time to stop putting control in the hands of something that does not exist.

Put the control back into your hands. Bloggers are the one who make the rules. The site designers are the ones who create the content and imagery. Starting owning it. The user rules the roost. Remember this. Content is important, but only the user has control over what is being said. Take back the control.

MYTH #3

Google cares about what keywords are being used. This is also garbage. Google could care less about what keywords are being used. Google only cares about how the words are being used. Remember this. It’s all about control. Take back the control on this one too.

Some key things to remember.

Do keyword research to find out what people are searching for. Find out what words are being used during the search. Combing these findings to come up with the perfect SEO content ranking.

– It’s all about high-volume, low-competition wording. If users nail this, they have it made.

– If something is not working, try not to beat a dead horse. Move onto the next project if need be. It’s like pinning for a love that will never come back. Move on.

SOME OTHER HELPFUL TIPS

– Look at the pages performing low to medium. Find a way to bring them back to life.

– Is there a fallout between the user intent and content. Sometimes a user puts out content that is not meant to be intentionally doing one thing or another. Find a way to take care of this. Find a way to match things back up again. Mismatching content and intent is one way to bring low traffic, or no traffic at all.

– Look at what is already out. Is there a way to change it up? Are there things that need tags? Is there a meta-description missing from some page. Meta-description is one way users can draw traffic to certain pages. Meta-description shows up in Google rankings and search engines. Is there a way this can be optimized? Look at the results so far.

Find ways to tweak and rework content that is not performing well. Repeat these processes over and over.

Click on this link for more information on using specific Google tools for tweaking performance and other content.