Whether you’re new to SEO or you’ve dealt with a contractor SEO agency before (and ended up with nothing but a few fancy reports and an empty bank account), it’s important you understand SEO before you spend a cent.
Here’s the short and sharp version – a blog puts you on Google, and Google is where your future customers hang out. You might not have thought about adding a blog if you’ve already got strong word of mouth, but wouldn’t you be interested in MORE word of mouth customers?
People can’t talk about your business if they don’t know you exist, and a blog is how you’ll put your business in front of more people.
You’ve read roughly 3,475 articles about SEO and they all told you to create content, told you content was king, told you SEO is about content. But you’ve done EXACTLY what they told you and nothing has changed.
It’s frustrating creating content and seeing no change in your rankings, but it’s not enough to slap a blog on your site and expect to rank on Google. Find out if you’re making any of the following critical mistakes.
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the fight in the dog. Your competition might have bigger SEO budgets than you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t outthink and outrank them. All you need is a few SEO tips and tricks to take down the big guns.
Oh look at that, we’ve got those tips and tricks right here.