Congratulations on your new website. It must have taken some time (and money to get it off the ground). Let’s assume the ground’s covered as far as the content on your website is concerned. It’s ready for search engines and its speed load is healthy.
At this point, with the spanking new website launched, most people will start to:
Let’s not talk about SEO content per se. The SEO of time immemorial is pretty much scrubbed down and modified to a point of non-recognition.
These days, when we’re writing content for SEO, writers and content producers have to think beyond that. No more blatant plugging of keywords and self-serving links. No more bot-written content with the single mission of deceiving search engines. No more blindly stringing sentences together just to make up the minimum word count.
Content is king; whether you’re talking about video content, blog posts, or even social media posts. But with rife competition stirred by global uncertainty, it’s now even harder to get the attention we want than before. Even with top notch material, there’s an information overload and search engines like Google are changing their algorithm 500 to 600 times a year!