Stop Being So Aimless with your Onsite SEO

Stop Being So Aimless with your Onsite SEO  - http://hubshout.com Avatar Posted by HubShout1 under Online Marketing
From http://hubshout.com 3162 days ago
Made Hot by: deanuk on February 18, 2013 5:32 pm
Keyword selection for onsite SEO is all about demand and planning a long term strategy. You didn't know that? Well now you do and you'll know more--how to identify that demand, how to do competitive keyword analysis and how to map out your long term onsite SEO strategy, by listening to what Chad Hill and Dr. Adam Stetzer have to say about onsite SEO. After practicing the onsite SEO strategies they describe in this video, don't be surprised if you work up the courage and confidence to go after more competitive keywords, take on your bigger budget rivals, and pass them by in the search rankings.





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Written by freelancerenee
3161 days ago

Keyword research should be the foundation. You can be the best writer in the world, but if you don't spend time understanding what your audience is looking for and specifically how they search for and find it, you will have a hard time getting people to find and read that great content!



Written by purdue512
3162 days ago

Yes, keyword selection is amazingly important. Yes - people often rush by it not understanding the importance. Do PPC first to figure out what keywords actually work for your business. This may take 3-6 months. Yes, most people are not patient enough. But if you are going to spend 2 years trying to rank on those organic terms, you want to be sure they are correct and have some leads coming in the mean time.



Written by DJSEOThug
3162 days ago

Agreed, Using PPC to figure out the best places for ROI is really solid to use as a base on what SEO keywords will also be worth the effort



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