SEO Bootcamp Part 8
Back for more? Ooo-rah!
There is no doubt in my military mind that after reading SEO Bootcamp Part 7 and coming back for more, you are well on your way to becoming that mad-dog marketing Marine that everyone always dreamed of. Now that you have demonstrated that you got a pair, it is time to build upon the Off-Page SEO basics that you have already learned. You will take those link-building skills I have taught you and refine them into a finely honed weapon of web warfare!
But in order to do that, I must review one very vital detail with you; creating compelling content is the basis for everything that you will ever blog about. That is why I told you in SEO Bootcamp Part 6 that content is king. Always has been, always will be. So lets take a deeper look into that first, then I will tie in some more about link-building along the way.
Creating Compelling Content
That’s right numb-nuts, optimizing your posts for off-page SEO is still all about content and marketing. Just like it is for on-page SEO. Besides, without any content, it’s hard to earn links just like it is hard for the search engines to know what your website or your blog is about. And you don’t want that to happen, do you buttercup?!
As I have drilled into your head several times already, the best and only real way to get lots of link-love for your blog or website is to create unique content that is relevant to the rest of your website and to what customers are looking for. It is also the only way to really build and continue gaining popularity online, especially with your target audience. The more useful, creative and valuable your content is, the greater the chance that someone will find your sorry excuse for a website and link to it.
But your message must also align with your target customer – your ideal client – like sighting in artillery for a fire mission; if you miss the target in either case, you are going to have a bad day and maybe ruin someone else day too. Your content must also be authentic and unique in order to get noticed from all of the other bozos out there blogging about their crappy websites. And website still needs to offer some sort of a solution to a problem or answer questions that your ideal customer may have.
Finally, your content needs to be shareable so that when combined with rock-solid on-page SEO, your blog articles or website becomes much more attractive than a Marine on leave with a fist-full of money is to a hooker! This is called ‘link-bait’ maggot; remember it!
Not sure where to begin Private Pyle? RVHWD has published an entire series of helpful articles to assist you do just that, so wipe that stupid grin off of your face before I rip your lips off and do some reading from the articles listed below:
In SEO Bootcamp Part 9, I will share some more of my infinite knowledge of SEO; you’d better be here for it, maggot!