This is post number 24 in my Building a Better Blog project and we’re coming down to the wire. Today’s task is to do a search engine optimization audit on your blog. While you should never rely on one source for all your traffic, it’s a safe bet that most of your traffic, especially in the beginning, is going to come through the search engines. And at least 80 percent of that search engine traffic will come through Google.
Therefore, it’s important that any blogger who’s serious about his business learn everything he can about search engine optimization. Now SEO is a very, very broad topic and, unfortunately, the guidelines and techniques change almost daily. What worked last month may be either completely outdated or illegal these days, so SEO isn’t something you can just “learn” and move on to something else.
It’s an ongoing, continuous learning process. That said, there are some aspects of search engine optimization that have remained constant over the years and these are the things you’re going to take a look at today....
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