Whenever you publish a new article, you have two courses of action before you:

You can sit back, relax, pour some coffee; or whiskey; or whiskey in coffee (you don’t have to be Irish to do enjoy their beverages); and wait for Google to recognize your awesome work and give you the rankings you truly deserve.

Or you can get busy, bustle about and make Google give you the rank you deserve.

I recommend the latter and that’s why I wrote this article. In it I give my own, simple SEO checklist that I follow to the tee before hitting that blue “publish” button.





Comments


Written by drsmith
584 days ago

Hello Lisa,

This is great tips and thank you for sharing.



Written by pvariel
584 days ago

Hi Lisa

Great Tips shared by Nikola.

Though I have been following a few of them many are new to me. Thank you so much for sharing such a lot of tips with this post.

Meta description is your ad copy! Yes, indeed that is a big shout out to the public about what it is all about if that is a well versed one sure people will get attracted. I am sure Nik is using Moz? am I right?

Moz got a lot of option to make a good Meta description.

Thanks, Lisa for Nik's share here.

Keep sharing

~ Phil



Written by lyceum
585 days ago

Lisa,

I have to bookmark and print Nikola Roza's blog post! So much valuable information packed in one post. I have to "chew" on this topic for some time, and then talk to my webmaker... ;)

I am now following him on Twitter and I have retweeted his tweet with a link to the post.

All the Best,

Martin



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