You’ve done it.
You’ve crafted your unique take on a topic and stitched sentences together. Really good sentences. Sentences you’d like to print out and hang on your refrigerator.
You’ve revised and rewritten — you’ve weeded out the typos and the weak words and your post is awesome.
Bad news, though. It’s not over.
Crafting great content is half the battle. The other half is making sure people find it, read it, and respond to the message that is delivered.
That’s where Search Engine Optimization — SEO — comes in.
Content may be king, but coronation can only happen with a little behind-the-scenes help from its faithful steward, SEO.
For Content to Reign, You Need SEO in Your Ranks
Optimize title tags.
Your blog post title tags matter. The search engines give title tags weight, using their presence or absences to determine how your posts rank. Well-optimized pages make title tags work well for years down the line.
Use keywords the right way.
If you’re targeting certain keywords in your content, then you need to make sure that content is actually reflective of that topic. Keywords need to flow naturally. That’s how SEO works best. Take an authoritative tone in your blogs and present information with keywords embedded in the text organically. Don’t haphazardly throw them around. Make sure they fit well as to not interrupt the flow of the content.
Make sure to optimize images and alt attributes.
Keep the reader engaged and traffic flowing. Adding Atlernate Text or alt text to images as well as meta titles and descriptions will boost your on-page SEO. This gives visitors and the search engines additional information about what your images and website pages are all about.
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