In this section, I will be sharing with you, the ends and outs of what it takes to make white hat SEO work.
I have to be honest right up front; we are not going to be doing any black hat stuff.
This means no proxies, cron jobs, backlinking, comment posting or anything else that would be considered blackhat.
It goes without saying, but we are not going to be buying backlinks, creating PBN’s (Private Blog Network) or sending out emails to people asking them to link our site or any of that other nonsense.
We are going to be focused 100% on, “On Page SEO” and quality content creation. This means that if you’re not willing to focus in on creating content almost daily, then you might not want to go this rout.
With that said, we are going to be focused on content creation, and taking a look at what is needed to make free traffic strategies work.
With SEO We Don’t Control If We Rank…
Here’s the deal with SEO we have very little control over what will rank and what want.
You can do everything correctly, and it’s still no guarantee that your content will rank.
So why do it then?
If you are on a limited budget then SEO or inbound marketing as some people call it is the way to go.
The upside to this is, each article and video you create is consider an asset within your business.
Over time your content will have a snowball effect, and your traffic will build over time.
The downside to this is you’re not going to get any instant gratification with SEO. Meaning that you’re going to be writing a lot of articles and before you start seeing any payoff from your hard work.
I would say 100 well-written articles that are SEO optimized and that are focused on a particular category or topic is going to be our tipping point.
This is where we are going to start seeing our traffic build up; sure some people do it faster than others, but, I recommend if you can’t write 100 well-written articles without getting discouraged or hung up on your results then you should consider another strategy.
It’s essential you understand right up front that publishing 5, 10, 15 or even 25 articles aren’t enough in most cases.
I highly recommend you grab a cup of coffee or Red Bull if you’re like me because it’s going to be a long one.
Now that you know what you’re getting yourself into with this white hat SEO stuff I only have one question for you…
Are you in?
If so I highly recommend you start with the how to create high-quality content…
Until Next Time,
~ Digital DIY Geek