We all know that the best traffic for a website is organic traffic, and that regardless of whether you have 1 subscriber or 1000 subscribers, in the long run it’s search engine traffic that matters the most.
Getting search engine traffic is not all that difficult, but there are important things we need to learn in order to achieve decent search engine traffic.
It all comes down to how great your content is, and how well it’s optimized for search engines.
And yes, your social media sharing is also important toward the improved search engine visibility of your articles.
- How to submit a sitemap to Google search
- List of websites and directories for submitting your blog
Over the past year I regularly edit my old blog posts to improve them for readers and for search engines.
This includes improving the information provided, adding updated information, analyzing current keywords using SEMRUSH and Google Analytics, and optimizing the articles for target keywords.
This is an ongoing process that every blogger should undertake in an effort to make the most out of their existing content.
In today’s post I will be discussing a few blog post SEO mistakes which many of us unknowingly make, thus hampering the organic traffic to our sites.
Whenever I do a site SEO audit, there are a few common factors I find that decrease the visibility of my articles in search engines.
Today I will share them with you so that you can avoid these common mistakes, and thus improve the SEO of your blog’s articles.