Learning which of your published content did particularly well based on some parameters is a great way to become a more successful blogger. This way you can see which of your posts are well received in social media, which of them get linked more and which of them spur a more active discussion.
This week I am sharing the two best WordPress plugins that will offer you a huge variety of parameters to evaluate your posts
It’s easy to forget sometimes, when you hang around the cool SEO blogs, that there are those of us who are just starting out – learning for the first time the ways your website code and inbound links effect the likelihood that your pages will rank.
Like most of us I stumbled into SEO. I was working at a web development company, and the president asked me to look into this “SEO stuff.”
It’s been a long and exciting (though sometimes painful) learning experience since then.
One of the most important things I learned: don’t believe everything you read.
But there are a few resources I’ve found over the years to be deep wells of actionable knowledge.
The 12 resources below are, I feel, the best places to learn about SEO.
I am an avid reader of Search Engine Journal due in large part that it has actual SEO meat with real takeaways especially the posts by Ann Smarty.
In the Internet Marketing field we often see articles created just for the sake of content and just as with some presentations at conferences, they just bloviate about the same general information we already know.
So as to not fall in that trap I will quickly get into some key plugins I feel add to the SEO of your WordPress site.
Bounce Rate is one of the SEO key success factors that are always under the close radar for web analytics professionals and there are enough reasons for webmasters and Internet marketing professionals to be concerned about high bounce rates. With the increasing awareness about web analytics and businesses taking their web presence more seriously people are now interested to look into more than just the unique visitors and page views and I can vouch for the fact that this would contribute highly towards the overall improvement in the quality of WWW.
So the title may be a bit aggressive, but come on, let’s be honest with ourselves, there are two types of people in the world of SEO. First, those people that are really good at implementing what they learn. And second, those people that only read about it and they never take action. Which section do you fall under?
Having the opportunity to consult and teach many people on the basics of SEO, I have found the top ten reasons why most people fail in their efforts to get the rankings they deserve.