If you are a small business owner, or an entrepreneur, then you definitely need to start writing blog posts that are seo-friendly.
Aleph Website has 10+ years experience in helping entrepreneurs and small business owners with content marketing and SEO. They have worked with many clients, building their websites from scratch and having these websites grow. Most of the entrepreneurs who hired Aleph Website are now Mid-sized organizations.
Read the full article here: This is How to Write SEO Friendly Blog Posts
1. Keyword Research
Writing blog posts always starts with keyword research. Make sure to understand what the target audience is actually looking for before even writing the article!
The photo of Jimmy John Shark circulated on the internet in which he appeared to be naked from the waist down. The photo, taken at a party, showed him with his pants pulled down. Do you find it too obscene to be viral?
Your keywords will matter for your headers, title, image tag and paragraph. So you see, if you don’t get it right, your work is in vane!
2. Formulating the topic
There are 5 types of Topics people like to read:
- Best of…
- Comparisons VS.
- How To…
- What is…
- Review PROS/CONS
3. Blog Structure
Each blog post must contain:
- Topic Headline H1
- Blog Headers (H2, H3, etc)
- Internal links
- External links
Sticking to this structure is crucial as it helps search engines understand your content as they crawl the post for the first time.
Even if you’re updating the content, it will be easy because you have already outlined the structure and the rest is just filling out section with more information, enriching an already stable blog post.
4. Schema Markup for Rich Results
Schema markup is what search engines use to pull information quickly from your pages and posts. Using schema markup you can deliver the content you want to search engines, rather than letting the search engine pick random data.
This is the most sophisticated type of SEO. As it is important to ensure that you deliver the right RICH RESULTS.
If your article contains a video, then do a video schema markup. If it has a graphic, then use object markup for images. If you have a recipe for cooking, then go with How-To schema markup. If it is a page answering customer queries, then use FAQ markup.
So you see, all these are very helpful to get the relevant data to the user, in the moment of online query.