How to SEO a Blog Post and Website

Tired of pouring your heart and soul into your website, writing valuable content and hearing crickets?

No worries, you’re in the right place. I’m going to help you go from hearing crickets to having a community of raving fans so that you can start making the income you know you deserve and start truly living the “laptop lifestyle”.

There’s truly only three key things you need to know and learn to master SEO:

  • How to niche down effectively
  • Keyword and key phrase research
  • How to write 2,000+ word articles that keep your audience informed and engaged

If you’re wanting to boost your website ranking in search results across the board, SEO is the way to go. Actually, to increase your ranking in search results, it is vital! If you’re not sure what exactly SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is as of yet, here is the textbook definition:

Search Engine Optimization:

The process of increasing the number of visitors to a website by ensuring that the site appears high on the list of results returned by a search engine.

To sum things up for you, it makes your website closer to the top of the page which means more views and clicks for you.

If you knew you could learn one skill that would in return help you generate thousands of traffic and would later result in thousands of dollars so that you could start living out your “laptop lifestyle”…wouldn’t you want to learn that skill?

Just a heads up in case you’re interested: 

Right now, my powerful SEO course on how to attract your target audience, 10X your traffic and blog income in the next 90 days is 75% off. I wont be offering it for much longer so if you’re really serious about growing your traffic, head on over there now and snag this amazing deal!


The Before Math

Before looking into SEO and how you can increase your traffic, we want to make sure the people that are viewing your content actually need what you’re offering, otherwise all of your hard work would be done in vain and I don’t want that for you.

All it takes is a bit of quick target market research to be sure you’re targeting the right people with your content.

When targeting the right people, search engine optimization will not only become a lot easier for you but you’ll find that it’s also a lot easier to monetize your blog too because then you’d have a target audience full of people who need what you have to offer and are willing to buy.

I bet you’re now wondering “perfect, how do I do the market research”.

It’s pretty simple. There are many different ways to conduct target market research but the easiest way to find out what content you should be creating to attract the right kind of people to you is to simply ask them.

You would be surprised how many people would be willing to openly tell you what they’d like to see on your blog. Compile a list and use that list to pull from whenever you’re creating content.

Now that you know for sure you are creating content that your audience wants and needs…it’s time to dig into search engine optimization so that you can start attracting them to you in droves by the thousands.

Think, thousands of raving fans looking to you as the “go to” person!

This is the most powerful part because it’s what allowed me to make over $10,000 alone in the last few months.

Search engine optimization basics:

The most important tip everyone should know when it comes to search engine optimization and how to make it work for you is to learn the power of keywords and key phrases.

When I say “key words” and “key phrases” I mean little pieces of gold. It’s the basis of how search engines (yep including Google) organizes each piece of content. Once you master using the right keywords within the right context, it’s only a matter of time before your website lands first page.

There’s many different ways to find key words that work for you and your niche, the first step is putting yourself inside your target audiences shoes. If you were them, what would you be typing into Google?

Think of different words and phrases your target audience would use or questions they would ask and then use that to attract them.

If you want specifics like:

  • Where do I look for my target audience to ask them questions
  • What specific questions do I ask them to get the answers I need
  • How do I know if a keyword will perform well
  • In what context should I be using the keyword/phrase for it to perform it’s best

Then I highly recommend taking my course Search Engine Optimization 101, which is currently available for 75% off. Enrollment wont stay open for long being that I have to take it down soon to help those who have already enrolled.

If you were completely in the dark about it till now, Search Engine Optimization 101, is a course I created to:

  • Give you my day to day guide on exactly how I do powerful market research to attract my target audience to me on a regular basis
  • Teach you everything you need to know about search engine optimization
  • Teach you exactly how/where to find powerful keywords/phrases
  • Teach you exactly how to structure your post so that your audience see’s it’s value so that you’re able to help them by selling to them

Sharing this with you because I just don’t want you to miss out…I always get a ton of emails after I close a course and this one is powerful! With this special link, I’m offering 75% off to those who read my blog. There’s no code needed. 

How many Keywords or phrases do I use on one page?

The sky is the limit. Of course, there’s a right and a wrong way to go about this which we will dig deep into.

Now, I’m not saying to go and plaster a lot of words that mean the same thing into one post or on one page to rank in search engines.

The algorithm will eventually pick up on that especially if the keywords/phrases are not related to the actual content.

You want to use as many related key words and phrases as possible in a way that it fits into the content of your article or website copy.

The best way to go about this is to use long tailed key phrases: instead of a simple keyword, a long tailed key phrase is more than one word put together to either almost or fully form a sentence.

Again, we want to put ourselves in our target audiences shoes. Imagine what they’re typing into Google and use it as inspiration. (This is why doing market research the right way is so important.)

Example of a long tailed key phrase: “How to rank first page in Google”

I go way more in depth with you on this in Search Engine Optimization 101 so that you’re completely in the loop about what to do and what not to do. I’ve saved hundreds of bloggers from years of trial and error.

I’m super passionate about this because I was there at one point and I completely understand what it’s like to feel like you’re doing everything right but at the same time still feel like you’re not doing enough.

It can be super discouraging and I want to be the bringer of good news! There’s another way for you, an easier way.

Click here to learn more about Search Engine Optimization 101 before enrollment closes. Don’t forget it’s 75% off today which makes it only $25 and there’s no code needed. This offer will be going away really soon!

Do I need an SEO Plugin?

This might trigger some people but no. I know a lot of bloggers will read this and cringe a little bit but the truth is, with or without an SEO plugin, with the right strategy you can rank in the same amount of time.

I’m sharing this from a place of love. I’ve had many clients express to me that they’ve tried everything to gain traffic and then they go on to say “I even installed Yoast SEO”. It’s not harming your traffic but it’s not making much of a difference either.

The same goes for any SEO plugin. Myself and many of my clients are living proof that you don’t need a plugin to boost your ranking. In fact, I don’t suggest it…because you can gain so much more powerful results with only a simple system put in place once staying consistent.

My strategies are based on what Google 100% tells us works.

How long does it take to rank first page?

How long does it take to rank first page on Google is the most famous question I’ve received from those who enroll in Search Engine Optimization 101 and I love answering this question because it allows me to help you set realistic expectations.

It takes Google between four days and six weeks to crawl (or index) a new site. There are a few people who have claimed their site has been indexed in less than four days but the average time period is around four days to six weeks.

Once Google crawls your site, you’ll then be searchable through the search engine. This means that you’ll be in the results but may not be on the first page just yet. Once your SEO results start to truly kick in, it’s averaged at about four to six months before you’ll start ranking first page.

This is all assuming you’ve found your flow and started implementing SEO effectively on your site and blog post.

What to do if SEO seems overwhelming?

If you just started studying search engine optimization or you’ve been working with it for a while…I completely understand how it can seem overwhelming.

A quick reminder: I was there!

For an entire year, I avoided search engine optimization like the plague. It confused me and every time I sat down to try and figure it out I got confused even more.

After many months of trial and error I found a simple strategy that has worked for many of my clients and myself included.

I designed Search Engine Optimization 101 so that the only overwhelming feeling you might get is how you’re going to organize all of your amazing content ideas that are 100% certain to rank high in search engines once published…and even then, I created an organizational system for that!

The offer will be expiring soon!

Click here to learn more or buy Search Engine Optimization 101 for 75% off – no code needed.

What to takeaway from this:

Anyone can learn how to make search engine optimization work for them. I’m not special, I truly mean that. I have helped so many people from so many backgrounds grow and monetize their blog so I know first hand that YOU CAN TOO!

When I first started, it was from absolute scratch with zero experience. I had no idea what I was doing and now I secure $8,000 – $10,000 each month with my blog.

I say this not to brag but to show you that it’s possible for you too!

>> LAST CALL just don’t want you to forget you can gain access to the course on Search Engine Optimization before it expires!

This is the course that will teach you:

  • How to conduct powerful market research to attract thousands of viewers to you on a regular basis
  • Teach you everything you need to know about search engine optimization
  • Teach you exactly how/where to find powerful keywords/phrases
  • Teach you exactly how to structure your post so that your audience see’s it’s value and you’re able to help them on a much higher level

You wont need any prior SEO knowledge. Just dive right in from the start and come out knowing everything you need to master SEO.

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