Why Is Building Your Brand An SEO Strategy? Here’s Why With Mark & Eric
The ultimate goal of branding is differentiation, and in most cases it’s hard to differentiate a brand by sticking to generic or purely descriptive terms; those general product and service categories and keyword terms we would typically fall back on for organic search. A deep historical knowledge base combined with active engagement, testing, learning and analysis is what keeps web marketers savvy in the ways of SEO and depending on internal resources, it’s also why some companies are better off outsourcing SEO than handling it 100% their own.
No longer do small businesses and content creators have to sacrifice the quality of their work in order to create content that is SEO approved and will help their search engine ranking; rather, by writing compelling, engaging, informative, and relevant content, you can make blog posts and articles easy for search engines to find and therefore improve your overall SEO ranking.
I would advise Mary to create as much of this content as possible and post on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest) and especially YouTube (if she gets enough views she could even make a nice little income from the advertising revenue).
Google has gotten increasingly savvy to these tricks however, and employs tricks like latent semantic indexing which essentially gauges how ‘real’ the content on a website seems by mathematically analyzing the relationships between the words on the site.
Thus, if you have searched the Internet trying to find out the best SEO techniques to implement on your site and have not found one that best suits your business, no worries, because here is a genuine, up-to-date Ultimate SEO Checklist that can be used for all online businesses.
As a WordPress web designer, aswell as an SEO consultant, I’m uniquely positioned to be able to build a website to advanced best-practice design standards while also managing all other related SEO and conversion issues such as meta tag optimisation, quality content creation, social media signalling, traffic engagement, social media signalling and call to action” implementation.
Peanut butter is a really good analogy for ORM because a lot of work gets spread around in a lot of directions, from creating hundreds of thousands of properties designed to flood the SERPs and social channels as a tail that wags the dog, to straight up negative SEO Yeah, I said it. If negative SEO wasn’t made so much more available due to Panda, Penguin, and the philosophical neative a priori shift, in ORM would not be the industry that it is today.
For example, when searching diabetes prevention,” AdWords pulls search phrases such as can gestational diabetes be prevented,” controlling diabetes with diet” and diabetic diet meal plan.” If you’re in medical marketing for diabetes treatment, this SEO research shows there is a high volume of clients searching for diet-based solutions and perhaps your brand messaging needs to address this need.
The main difference between good and bad backlinks is the quality of the website they are on. Sometimes bad backlinks are easy to find, sometimes you do have to check the website itself to see if and why the backlink can have a negative impact on your website.
While you’ll never get a look behind the Google curtain to learn everything they know (or don’t know) about your site, by leveraging SEO best practices and getting the most out of tools like those listed here, you can greatly increase the chances that your website will show up in response to the right search queries.
I think quite possibly this could change day to day if Google pressed a button, but I optimise a site thinking that only the first link on a page will count – based on what I monitor although I am testing this – and actually, I usually only link once from page-to-page on client sites, unless it’s useful for visitors.