I want to thank everyone for coming out for tonight’s talk, Optimizing Your Website and Identifying Quality Content for SEO. I enjoyed sharing my experiences I have had in the world of SEO with all that came out. Below, you will find a PDF of my slideshow.
ChrisEdwards – Optimizing Your Website and Identifying Quality Content for SEO
In the next week, I will be turning this presentation in to a series of articles that will post over the next couple weeks onto my blog. Please subscribe or follow me on twitter to be notified once these posts are published.
Everyone believes they are a SEO expert these days. Everyone understands the basics, such as keyword rich content is king and that you should optimize your site for search engines to locate you. However, many have lost focus on why they are trying to have the search engines notice you, which is to get visitors to your website.
A number one spot on Google is great however many have failed to convert that spot into traffic. Everyday, webmasters strive to gain Google’s favor and get their website listed in the top spots. Webmasters get excited when they land that spot however their traffic does not increase as much as they expected. I want to talk about a few key examples I have seen. Continue reading “Focus On Your Audience and Less On Google’s Algorithm”
One of the most asked questions I receive from clients and webmasters is does Google still utilize meta keyword tags in SEO ranking factors. Many SEO professionals debate over this controversial issue. The debates are based on an article published by Matt Cutts of Google released in September of 2009. The article, which was also accompanied by a video, informed us that Google no longer uses meta keyword tags as a SEO ranking factor. It was after this statement was made that many asked what all the other search engines were doing in regards to the use of meta keyword tags, and after much research, this is what I found out. Continue reading “Is The Meta Keyword Tag Still Used By Google, Bing and Yahoo?”
For years I have heard clients and business owners say that their SEO strategies success was in direct correlation to their website’s traffic numbers. There are a number of reasons why this statement is inaccurate and potentially detrimental to their online core business. This article will explain the reasons behind why this is not the case and what are some better ways to quantify your businesses online success.
There is a major difference to the health of an organization online between traffic and valuable traffic (targeted traffic). Let’s take a look at a sample business to see what the difference actually is: Continue reading “Superb SEO Does Not Guarantee Valuable Traffic”