SEO Content Writing
Writing SEO content is not about stuffing keywords into the text, it is more about placing them intelligently so they blend seamlessly with the context. While populating your content with a lot of keywords may make it easier for people to find your website, article or blog, most of them would not care to check your products or services if they aren’t impressed with the content itself. Only a seasoned SEO content writer can accomplish both and we have a whole bunch of such writers here at RS Cyber Solution!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Great question! Keyword research helps you determine the keywords for which you should optimize the current and future pages of your site. For example: if your new small business sells employee scheduling software, but you discover that “employee scheduling tool” has higher search volume and lower competition than “employee scheduling software,” you might want to change the copy on your website to reflect that. Keyword research is a way of determining which queries people are entering into search engines so you can publish pages that will show up as results for those queries.
Yes! Each piece of new content you create is another opportunity to rank for a target keyword related to your business. The more high-quality blogs you create, the wider the net you cast across your industry’s organic search results.
Where to begin? Link building. Keyword research. Site audits. On-page SEO. Updating pages for relevancy. All are important. By the end of this article, if we did our job, you’ll understand all of them!
Yes! But not all of them. There are four kinds of meta tags:
- Meta Keywords Attribute – A series of keywords you deem relevant to the page in question.
- Title Tag – The title of your page.
- Meta Description Attribute – A brief description of the page.
- Meta Robots Attribute – An indication to search engine crawlers (robots or “bots”) as to what they should do with the page.