In the first installment in this series on SEO writing, we talked two things: why you need to be conscious of the keywords implicit in the topic of your article, and why you need to target that topic’s main keyword in your title tag. In the second installment, we talked about the meta description tag (not what most people refer to as the “meta tag”, which usually describes the tag for meta keywords). This time around, we’ll go over some on-page SEO factors that are too minor to discuss individually, but are collectively important to implement. We’ll also go over their relationship to off-page factors. Click Here to Read Article …Popular search terms for this article:
“I don’t write for search engines,” blogs the social media cool kid. Presumably, he writes for “people”. Yeah, right.
If you read no further than this sentence, I’ll be content if you let just one concept sink in: Writing for search engines is writing for people. Click Here to Read Article …Popular search terms for this article: