Blogging is effective only if you know what kind of content exactly to publish. In order two get that data you need to either a) run research using third-party tools b) analyze your traffic and impressions The first part is clear – research yourself or buy a professionally researched content plan – and build your list of potentially good topics. The second part is more tricky – to analyze your stats you need to have them first.Read More »The broad to narrow blog post strategy: use your stats for new post ideas
As you are preparing a content plan for your blog, or just doing some research for a post?
Many keyword tools, like Ahrefs, will give you keyword suggestions that display 0 search volume.
Most beginner bloggers and SEOs will automatically discard these keywords.
It’s the wrong thing to do, however. You should examine these and use some of them to grow your business.Read More »Why you should still target keywords that have no search volume
If you run a blog, we have good news and bad news for you.
Good news: Google loves blogs, and especially WordPress blogs, since a large chunk of the Internet runs on WordPress.
Bad news: you have to actually work on blog post SEO to get organic traffic.
But then again, you have to do the work anywhere to get results.
Since 2012 we’ve turned hundreds of blogs into traffic generating machines.
This list of best practices for blog post SEO is a way to give back to community, so feel free to share it.
Let’s dive right in and give you an actionable and 2023-ready checklist on SEO for blog posts.Read More »Blog Post SEO: The DIY Guide to SEO for Blog Posts in 2023