'As I’ve learned from years of blogging, long-form content is one of the best methods of making your site stand out from everyone else’s.
Of course, your content can’t just be long. It also has to be deep. If you can nail it, you’ll drive a ton of traffic and gain thousands of followers.
A lot of people think the formula is simple.
Yes, the formula is simple, but it doesn’t work automatically just because you have a long article. I’ve seen lots of people write super long, in-depth articles, but they’re not getting the kind of traffic they want.
That’s because they’re not thinking about some of the fundamental elements of SEO — things that your long-form blog post needs. If you have detailed long-form content, that’s awesome.
But you need to doctor it up with SEO in mind if you want the content to be effective.
Trust me, I know this can be difficult. You’re already putting a lot of effort into the content, and it’s hard to remember all of the SEO involved.
'As you probably already know, SEO is split into two main worlds: onsite and offsite optimization.
Onsite optimization refers to all the structures, techniques, and strategies necessary to include on your website, including all your individual pages. Offsite optimization refers to everything that happens outside that world, including links pointing to your site, social media activity of your brand and your users, guest posts, and so on.
This guide is exclusively about onsite optimization. I’ll be writing more about offsite optimization in future guides, but first, I want to explain the essence of onsite optimization, why it’s important, and what you need to do to be successfulSo you’re into SEO and you’re ready to get your hands dirty'.
'This post outlines seven healthy links you can build in 2016. They’re not all quick, easy, or cheap, but almost every good link I’ve ever built has required real time, thought, and effort.
These seven ideas are a great starting point. There are plenty of other links you can build, of course, but sometimes you have to think just a little bit outside the box.
If you’re interested in sustainable links and more relevant web traffic, read on. If you want something quick and easy, there are posts on other websites to help with that. If you run a real business or work with clients, who run real businesses, just make sure the links you build are earned and will benefit your website in the long-run.
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