Here’s a great resource! I didn’t make it through all of them yet, but I love the tips so far!
Working my way through these, too. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for sharing! This looks like a great resource.
This tip is gold!
“The words you use on internal links (anchor text) are massively important. Link to internal pages with the terms you want to rank - it can be more important than content on that page! Conclusion from a recent experiment: Even a website, where a keyword is neither in the content, nor in the meta title, but is linked with a researched anchor, can easily rank in the search results higher than a website which contains this word but is not linked to a keyword.”
Love this one too!
Don’t waste time trying to assign value to individual tactics in isolation. To get results, you will need a combination. For instance, good nutrition and regular exercise can make you better at marathon running and their effects compound each other. It is hard to get results using one in isolation!
Researched anchor text?
What does it mean?
How I can research my anchor text?
Anchor text is just the words that are linked. So for instance, instead of making the text “this recipe” as a link, you could use the actual recipe name or keywords/phrases, so the link would be “apple pie recipe.”
Thank you so much for sharing! I’m kind of a new blogger, I say kind of new because I’ve had my blog up for 4 years but haven’t been consistently posting until now. I’ve been trying to learn as much as I can to increase my traffic, so thank you so much for sharing this gem.