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SEO Ways Before Post Content

Present your content in short segments and make it easily searched and shared: As you are writing your content, it is very important that you do so with the search engines in mind. What you should have in your mind at all times is that you can break your content down into short segments (that can stand alone or be a part of a greater whole at the same time). Of course, your content should be search-friendly, easily digested, and easily shared at the same time. It is critical that you write content that satisfies the needs of your target audience members. It must be more about them than it is about you. You should have the concept of WIIFM? (What’s In It For Me?) in mind whenever you write content. What that means is that you must be able to solve the other person’s problems before you consider your needs. Of course, in due course, your needs will be met as well.

Focus your content in two different directions: Undoubtedly, your first responsibility is to write with your target audience members in mind. As you probably aware, you must connect with those people on an emotional/human level. If you are not able to do that, you will not be able to establish and grow a relationship with the other person in any real way. Now that we have established why the first direction is so important, it is time to consider the second direction. That is to focus your writing on the spiders. Just in case you are not sure what the term, “spider” means, spiders are the robots that search the web to look for clues about which pages of content are worthy of ranking high (higher than other pages). That second focus is just as important as the first focus because, without the spiders, your content will not get noticed. Of course, your ultimate goal is for humans to notice what you are sharing and build a relationship with you based on what they are reading. However, they won’t have access to the content if the spiders don’t deem it worth ranking at the top of the search engines’ pages. It is a simple concept. The concept of how the spiders work is that they pay attention to how frequently you post, how interesting your content happens to be, the strength of your headlines, how solid the structure of your content is, the quality of your links, and how engaged your audience is with you. Spiders are built to compare your content to the other content that is on the web (on a similar topic, of course). Because spiders are not human, they do have some limitations when it comes to being able to judge certain things, however.

Try out an auditing tool (but do the research to determine how much you can do with it and how much you can’t): The way that an SEO auditing tool works is that you enter one of your keywords or key phrases into the tool and then that keyword or key phrase will receive a grade (poor or good). That should be enough of a guide for you to tweak what needs to be tweaked before you go any further with your content. You can find a list of auditing tools by doing a search. You should take a good look at each one so that you can determine which tool will work most effectively for your particular business.