Is Search Engine Optimization dead or not?

 

What is SEO and why is it important (Or not).

The practice of increasing your site’s organic traffic ( traffic that is built by people searching on-line) and rating on search engines like Google, Bing, Duck duck go, Yahoo and others is known as search engine optimization (SEO).

How do they work?

The primary goal of search engines is to serve the needs of their customers. When a user searches for something, they want to deliver the best results possible. That is to help them find the information they are looking for quickly.

When someone uses a search engine like Google, Bing, or Yahoo or Duck duck go, they’re looking for an answer to a query or a solution to a problem. These engines seek to give you the most useful, relevant, and trustworthy response or solution possible.

Is it still relevant?.

SEO is continually evolving, and keeping up with all of the latest trends and developments can be difficult. But one thing is certain: high-quality content will continue to be rewarded by search engines, and you’ll need SEO to ensure that your audience sees it. As a result, the issue of whether SEO is still relevant is a resounding yes.

How do I get it right?

There are several factors you need to consider once you have built your website. You can find more about building your website ==> HERE<==

Content is King.

GENERATE CONTENT THAT CAN BE FOUND.

Good content is essential. If you provide advice or information that people want to read, you will get indexed and ranked by the search engines quicker.

I will go through some easy steps that will help you write good content.

Figure out what people are looking for. To develop content, you must first determine what people are searching for on Google or any other search engine, in relation to your website or business.

How?

Simply search for something connected to your business on Google, and similar suggestions and ideas will appear alongside it. These phrases will show you what are now the most commonly searched terms on Google. For example, if you want a niche about dogs. You could type in “What do dogs a, What do dogs b. Or “dogs are a, “dogs are b” etc.

This is an example. What do dogs L….

Also, use a Keyword Research Tool.

A keyword research tool is a piece of software that uses Search Engines to find certain words. It is used to improve your website’s ranking on Google, Bing, or Yahoo or any search engine.

If your website has a higher ranking, it will appear higher in the search results. So, if you type in “Teaching ESL,” the search engine will discover that term or words and help you in finding the material you seek.

More people will visit your website if it is towards the top of the page that is being searched, or even number one.

When more people visit your website, the likelihood of someone purchasing a product from you increases.

Keyword research tools will help you get discovered. You can find out more ==> HERE <==

Who do you want to reach out to?

What are you passionate about?. What can you write about?

Each result from your readers search represents a group of users you may wish to connect with you… As a result, you must select a niche that people are searching for, and you are passionate about.

Think about what users may be looking for.

Write your content.

Now that you know what you want to write about, think about what the consumer is looking for, you must respond with relevant material.

As a result, in order to develop the material, you must research your market and enter online forums. Go to popular Social Media websites and build a following.

Provide information in an informative way and do not try to sell upfront. Spend time to get to know your market and understand what they want.

How do I get found?

Inform Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others about the content on your site. You will need to make a list of all the pages on your website and send it to various search engines like Google.

There is a lot to do.

You will need to submit a sitemap to Google to let them know about your posts and content. And there are other things you will need to do as well. But let’s concentrate on google as they are the biggest search engine out there.

This will explain.

Setting up your website for SEO

You’ve now optimized your website for Google rankings.
As a result, when a user searches for your website or postings, your site will show up in the search results. You will also want to analyze the traffic coming to your website. You can do this with Google Analytics or a tool like monster insights if you are using Word press.

Analyzing your website.

How can you expect to make the precise adjustments that an SEO strategy demands if you can’t accurately report on the campaign’s results?

Let’s be honest about something else as well. Some sectors don’t require keyword strategy changes on a daily or weekly basis. Most industries don’t even demand six-monthly modifications.

However, if you work in a fast-paced business where the market evolves frequently, it may be necessary to include a keyword research assignment in your SEO process on a quarterly or even bi-monthly basis so you know exactly what your target audiences are looking for next.

Site Speed

One of the most important factors of any website and getting better rankings is site speed. How fast does your website load on a desktop or mobile phone? This site will let you know. If you copy your website URL and paste it into google site speeds you will know if it loads fast or not. It will also show you how you can improve your site speed.

Conclusion.

There is a lot more involved and if you do not understand how to do it, I would suggest joining an Affiliate group that will help. You can read my review ==> HERE <== .

I hope this helps and if you have any questions please ask as I am happy to lend a hand.

Stephen.

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18 thoughts on “Is Search Engine Optimization dead or not?”

  1. I found this review of SEO very helpful for many reasons. Firstly, you presented very good reasons what SEO is. Secondly, you gave a few tips on how this all relates to writing effective content. Lastly, you tied this all together by showing how one should use Wordpres to improve the SEO capabilities of one’s website article. 

    When I write content I give a lot of attention to the process of good SEO setups. AS a result, many of my posts rank on the first page of the search engines. 

    Bottom line. I agree with you that SEO is very much alive. 

    Cheers.

    Edwin

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    • Thanks Edwin, I have seen some who doubt the process. But as you rightly say SEO is alive and kicking. Thanks also for the great comments about my post.

      Thanks 

      Stephen 

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  2. Thank you for your informative article – Is Search Engine Optimization dead or not? Starting out as a blogger is not easy. Your article has provided a lot of useful information to help article rank either number one or on the first page. The purpose of writing is to reach an audience, the information provided will definitely drive traffic to any website.

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  3. Hey man. I really needed this. Thank you so much for this article. I was starting to think that SEO isnt effective anymore and I thought I wasted months of hard work. But this has certainly convinced me otherwise. I’m going to take some of your tips and try modifying my content so that it answers people’s queries more thoroughly. This is surely a good read for those who are starting to think that SEO is no use. Thank you again and all the best on your online journey 

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    • Hi Julian, I am really pleased that you found it useful. It does take a while to build up a good rapport with the search engines, but with a bit of work you can nail it. Have a look at some of my other posts that may help you as well.

      Cheers

      Stephen 

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  4. Thanks for this explanation of Search Engine Optimization (SEO), I am part of an affiliate group and write content every week. I always see the SEO score but never really understood what it ll meant. I understand it a lot better. I know a lot of my articles are found in GOOGLE but Im not sure in the other search engines. Do you know how I can get the others like Bing, Yahoo or Duck duck go to index my site on theirs as well.

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  5. You are so right and on point, in order to have success we need to have the kind of information that you are sharing, What you have written are some very important KEYS to get a good ranking in the search engines. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    • Thanks Norman.
      The fundamentals are still relevant in todays market, but so many people ignore it. Thanks for the great feedback.

      Stephen

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  6. Thanks for the valuable article on the importance of SEO and how to best achieve good SEO results. I agree that content is king and it pays to learn how to apply the proper SEO strategies in order to rank your website in the search engines. I appreciate this information. All the best.

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    • Thanks joseph, I know a lot of people now doubt the relevance of SEO. But it is still very important in getting your website ranked.

      Stephen

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  7. I knew all along SEO is important, whether people agree or not. Without a really good SEO score, not only does Google ignore what you’re doing, but so will all the other search engines as they have the same type of “search patterns” as Google does.

    Furthermore, it’s not simply about getting a good SEO score. It’s also about having content that people actually like viewing. I’ve noticed when the SEO score sucks, often the readability of the content does too.

    In truth, pair up Grammarly and SEO together to work in perfect sync and you have the recipe for some really good content that will draw people in. Which, in the end, is really more important than Google.

    I’m finding the sites that have the best mix of quality content, good SEO scores, and seem to be written out by a language arts honor student also do very well on fussier search engines like Duck Duck Go, Avast, and Dissent.

    While the majority of search engine users do still use Google, bear in mind folks who aren’t fans of Google (and that’s growing in number) will perform their search elsewhere. Not only is a good SEO score essential to get ranked in Google, but it’s also essential to get what will actually be a more targeted audience with the other search engines.

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  8. Hey Stephen, thanks for a great article!

    You’ve taken us through SEO step by step which I think is great, because its a long process! I was starting to wonder if I was wasting my time trying to incorporate SEO into my content, but you have assured me otherwise!

    I also love your linked post on keyword research, I’ll definitely be keeping up to date with your blog and utilising your advice!

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    • Thank you Meg,

      SEO is alive and kicking, we all need to just keep writing and providing good content. And I am pleased you like the info about the keyword research tool Jaaxy. You can also check out my YouTube channel if you like. You can find it here. 

      (416) Stephen Hey – YouTube

      Thanks again

      Stephen

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  9. Search Optimization is very much alive and we heed it in order to have good rankings with search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc… but in order to take advantage of SEO, we need to know what ought to be done to bring our blogs to that level placing us in front of the major search engines. Thanks so much for the insight and for sharing that is a great help to so many.

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