Make Your Website Content More SEO Friendly

You probably spend a lot of time working on blog posts and other content for your small business website. And you probably understand that your content is a major SEO factor that can help you rank higher in the search results.

But it’s not just about getting more content on your site. It’s about getting that content read, shared, and commented on.

Hopefully you’re using something like the Yoast SEO plugin to optimize your content. While that plugin keeps getting better, and is more intuitive now than it used to be, people sometimes miss out on opportunities to fine tune their content to get the most bang for your search engine buck.

I’ve got a handy infographic for you that I found on QuickSprout.com which will give you specific SEO tips for the various elements of your content, including the URL, titles, images, video, links, and more. I get that you’re busy, and adding extra steps into your process isn’t generally something you want to do, but trust me, it’s worth your time if you really want your content to work for you.

Following these SEO tips will take you another step forward in your quest for Google love and authority in your niche.

How to Structure a Perfect SEO Optimized Page
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout

You’re On Your Way

So there you go. Another set of key tips to make your posts as search engine friendly as they can be. Using these tips will put you far ahead of most of your competition.

The truth is, most coaches, business people and casual bloggers aren’t taking the time to optimize their posts for SEO. Those people are really just writing for themselves. If you’re trying to grow your coaching and consulting business, don’t be that guy.

It’s never crowded along the extra mile. ~ Wayne Dyer

If these SEO tips have helped you, or if you have any questions, let us know below.

And don’t be shy about hitting those sharing buttons, ok?

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