SEO Bootcamp Part 6
SEO Gunny is back again to share his wealth of knowledge and build upon what you have already learned about using Meta Tags properly in SEO Bootcamp Part 5. He also promised to use his well-honed people skills to drill you with valuable instruction in order to turn you into a star Internet marketing genius. Take over Gunny!
Alright maggots, put down that jelly doughnut, its time for you to learn some simple but killer tactics for turning your website into an e-lite Internet marketing war-machine! I will teach you how to publish content by the numbers so that the search engines as well as your readership love it. You’re soft, but I will make you a born-again hard SEO expert, mastering your blog and On-Page SEO.
The next step in your On-Page SEO instruction deals with content and localization. You DO want your web pages to get found on the search engines, don’t you Joker?!
Content is king
No maggot, I am not talking about ‘The King’ Elvis Presley! Content on your web pages and posts is like bullets in an assault rifle; both are equally worthless without the other. On-page content is what the search engine crawlers need in order to associate your web page or post with a set of keywords or keyword phrases. Without it, the search engine spiders are left guessing what your web page is about, making your website about as useless as a trap-door in a canoe!
When creating your content, it’s important to remember your training in order to give the search engines plenty of ammo to index your page. For example, a page or post with less than 100 words is not enough for spiders to understand what your page is about, much less stomp the guts out of your competition. And your content should not be stuffed full of keywords either cream-puff, search engines will punish you for keyword spamming.
Instead twinkle-toes, you need to write about your products or services or military planning in a natural, conversational manner like I do! Like I [expletive deleted] do when addressing you, letting the keyword variations just fall into place. If that doesn’t happen numb-nuts, you had better go back and make some changes in the variations to related and/or lateral terms, to get the same message across, just optimized!
Location, location, localization
When appropriate, add localization too! This is very important for businesses that only offer products or services to a specific geographic area, region, country, continent or planet. Suck it up buttercup, if you are a lawyer with a practice and only serve a certain city and the surrounding communities, then you don’t need to rank well in another country. When creating your content, you will also need to include location-specific terms such as ‘Lower Lifeform Criminal Defense Office of Seattle, Washington’ or ‘Scum-Bucket, Personal Injury Attorneys for Cincinnati, Ohio.’
Quick-Action Marching Orders for Local Businesses
You say you have a local business Private Pyle? Well quit eye-humping the doughnuts and do this right now; use the following tools to quickly and easily optimize your location:
You had better be back for SEO Bootcamp Part 7, maggot! I got your name, I got your number!
Ummm… thank you SEO Gunny.