Entertainment blogging is hard.
Publishing fresh content every hour is a difficult task.
Updating an entertainment blog with fresh content every hour coupled with the task of optimizing each article for SEO purpose sounds almost impossible.
But SEO optimization is needed, no matter what your blogging niche is; it should be your longterm strategy and as such, you should focus on optimizing each of your article for this purpose.
More often than not, most of the SEO guide on the internet is not created specifically for entertainment and lifestyle bloggers. With hundreds of articles being published every day or weekly in some cases, optimizing and doing proper interlinking might be extremely difficult, but there are ways around this, and this is what this article is all about.
Over the years, I have worked with several entertainment blogs in SEO auditing and some of the issues we had to deal with after auditing is the main focus of this post. Read More
SEO is all about testing.
It’s about making a conclusion on what works and what doesn’t.
In my experiment as an SEO, I have discovered that a significant change can be effected in ranking when on-page optimization is properly done.
If you get your optimization right, you will spend less on link building, and significantly lower the probability of getting hit during periodical algorithm updates.
The truth, however, is that; most bloggers and marketers are stuck in the early 2000’s idea of page optimization. As a matter of fact, most of the SEO plugins that were popular back then are yet to evolve to suit the current situation of things.
Back in the days (late 1999-2004+) you don’t have to bother about algorithms because they were very primitive. As long as your page has the keyword splashed all over it, you would easily rank for the keyword.
The image below is a typical example of what “page optimization” was back then. Read More