When you look at websites that are ranking on page one of Google, there’s a few common traits that set them apart. And I made it my mission to learn what these traits are so I can replicate it for my own business and for my marketing clients. And today, I’m going to break down the exact process that you need to follow in order to write content that ranks on page one, step by step. Today, I’m going to break down how to write content that ranks on page one of Google, step by step.
According to Ahrefs, 91% of content gets zero traffic from Google. That means less than 1 out of every 10 web pages get any traffic at all. If your site is among the 9% that gets their traffic, that’s awesome and good for you. But, if you’re part of the 91% that doesn’t, it’s probably because of one of these six reasons I’m about to talk about in this video. Today I’m going to break down the six reasons why your site will never rank, and I want you to stop doing this.
Writing content is simple, but not easy. In my experience with SEO and content marketing, having the ability to put out content at scale can have a huge impact on the amount of traffic you’ll get. So how do you scale up this effort? Please watch the above video, thanks.
Content Marketing has been around forever, but brands are still making big mistakes when it comes to their content marketing strategies. In this video, you will see 3 key areas where brands need to focus when it comes to content marketing strategy, and how to actually fix mistakes they are making.
The Mom & Pop’s Guide to Massive Organic Traffic Through SEO and Content Marketing | You’re a mom and pop shop, and you know no one ever looks at yellow pages anymore. So, they’re likely searching for your kind of business online. You want to be found through Google, but SEO’s too expensive for you. What should you do? Today I’m going to break down the mom and pop guide to massive organic traffic through SEO and content marketing.
If you want more search traffic everyone’s going to to tell you that you need to keep creating more and more content. But there’s already a billion blogs on the web. That’s roughly one blog for every seven people. There’s too much content! You know what you should do if you want more traffic? You rank your old content.