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How to SEO Your Blog Content

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How to SEO Your Blog Content –

  •  Focus on 1–2 long-tail keywords that match the intent of your target reader
  • Include your 1–2 keywords in specific parts of your post.
  • Make sure your blog is mobile-friendly and responsive.
  • Optimize your meta description, and use all the space.
  • Optimize your images with image alt text.
  • Don’t use too many similar topic tags.
  • Use URL structures that help your visitors.
  • Link internally when possible.
  • Use Google’s Search Console.
  • Use topic clusters.
  • Create evergreen content.
  • Repurpose or update your current content and remove outdated content.

1. Focus on 1–2 long-tail keywords that match the intent of your target reader.

Optimizing your blog posts for keywords is not about incorporating as many keywords into your posts as possible. Nowadays, this actually hurts your SEO because search engines consider this keyword stuffing (i.e., including keywords as much as possible with the sole purpose of ranking highly in organic search).

It also doesn’t make for a good reader experience — a ranking factor that search engines now prioritize to ensure you’re answering the intent of your visitors. Therefore, you should use keywords in your content in a way that doesn’t feel unnatural or forced.

2. Include these 1–2 keywords in specific parts of your post.

Now that you’ve got your one or two keywords, it’s time to incorporate them in your blog post. Where are the best parts of your posts to include these terms so you rank high in search results?

There are four essential places where you should try to include your keywords: title tag, headers & body, URL, and meta description.

Title Tag

The title (i.e., headline) of your blog post will be a search engine’s and reader’s first step in determining the relevancy of your content. So, including a keyword here is vital. Google calls this the “title tag” in a search result.

Be sure to include your keyword within the first 60 characters of your title, which is just about where Google cuts titles off on the SERP. Technically, Google measures by pixel width, not character count, and it recently increased the pixel width for organic search results from approximately 500 pixels to 600 pixels, which translates to around 60 characters.How to SEO Your Blog Content 

Headers & Body

Mention your keyword at a normal cadence throughout the body of your post and in the headers. That means including your keywords in your copy, but only in a natural, reader-friendly way. Don’t go overboard at the risk of being penalized for keyword stuffing.

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