We're launching a new SEO website reports that include everything we're involved with, from Facebook and Twitter marketing, to your website SEO. Here's a video overview.
Want to know more about website seo and inbound lead conversion?
You should, and here's why.
If you’re running a business that relies strongly on the internet, you’ll have to do a little bit of SEO. And a component of SEO is doing article writing for SEO purposes. There are slight differences between an ordinary article and an article that was made for SEO. SEO writing is the process of combining good quality content and proper keyword usage. In order to do that, see the steps below.
Always start with keyword research
The logical thing to do if you want to rank for keywords is to do keyword research. There are many tools available in the internet, some of them are free. These tools allow you to determine which keywords you should be using by providing you the number of searches per month, among other details.
Identify topics of relevance
Make sure to choose the topics carefully for your keywords. Lately, search engines are getting in terms of identifying which sites to give in the search results.
Write the article
Write the article like you do when writing ordinary articles. The basics still apply, providing an introductory paragraph, the content and a conclusion. Be sure to write high quality, valuable content, something which people would spend some time to actually read.
Insert your keywords
Here’s the tricky part. When you already wrote the article that’s related to your keyword, it’s most likely that you’ve already used that keyword. Make sure though that you haven’t used the keywords too much because it might trigger some spam filters. Instead of repetitively using the same keywords, it would be good to replace them with what we call ‘cousin keywords’. That way, you get to increase the relevance of your topic without being labeled as spam.
Don’t forget to link back to your site
A good practice when writing the article is to make sure that it links back to your site. If you’re writing for your site content, a common practice would be to link back to your home page or perhaps another page in your site. That way, readers can easily navigate through different contents of your site. However, linking to different sites isn’t necessary for your own content.
On the other hand, if you’re writing for article submission (another common practice for SEO), it’s important that you don’t forget to insert the links to your site. Otherwise, the content you wrote will just be good for reading and gives you no benefit in SEO perspective.
We're ecstatic that we're now handling the website SEO for the physician community at Freelance MD.
Here's some info about Freelance MD from their website:
Why Freelance MD?
For too long, physicians have suffered from inefficiency, disorganization, and careers at the mercy of bureaucracy. Freelance MD is an active community of physicians that gives you more freedom and control of your medical practice, income, and lifestyle... even if you're clueless about where to start and you're already working 60 hour weeks.
This site is deﬁned by our insistence that physicians need to have control of their own careers and lifestyle and that whining about how you're not appreciated, overworked, and underpaid isn't going to get you anywhere.
Every part of Freelance MD is developed with the mindset that we want to provide clear options to physicians and empower them to make their own choices and take intelligent, direct action.
We think that providing the information and resources that physicians need to control their lifestyle and career is good for the public, good for the practice of medicine, good for physicians, and good business. That mindset, along with our fanatically loyal physician community and our awesome roster of contributing physician authors, has allowed Freelance MD to grow into a thriving community and trusted resource for docs around the world.
We're not interested in the useless hand-wringing that populates so much of medicine and that so many physicians have bought in to. If you're looking for another group of doctors who just sit on their thumbs, you've come to the wrong place.
But, if you want to take action to control your career, add income streams and improve your lifestyle, we invite you to join us.
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Our goal is to provide up-to-date information and tools to help you make your business more profitable. From website SEO tips and articles, to advice on obtaining hundreds of free back links, to help on choosing the best affiliate program, we provide what you need to make your web site a success, including the DIY SEO software or outsource SEO services.
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If you've never heard of Kiva, it's a non-profit organization that allows you to choose and fund small entrepreneurs around the world.
From the Kiva website:
We are a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.
See our Website SEO fund here: http://www.kiva.org/team/frontdesk_seo
Nobody, and I mean nobody, loves traffic. That is if you’re behind the wheel of course. However, in the World Wide Web, everybody loves it. That is because traffic equates to money. The more traffic your site generates, the more money goes into you, whether it is through ads or purchases.
If you're starting a website and you want to put up some content, of course, you would want to know how much it will take to get the job done. This is almost true especially if you're not the one writing your site content and outsourcing it to someone else. You would want to have a pre-calculated idea of how long it will take to get the investment back.
Starting a website is very easy. Getting people to go to your site is another thing. When starting a site, you may opt to send your site to some friends and colleagues. Try to build it up by word-of-mouth. However, there's nothing better than first on the top pages.