Revisiting Essential SEO Strategies
Taking a page from the SEO playbook; have you ever wondered which SEO strategy is best, tiered site architecture with multiple nodes, flat site architecture (with everything in the root) or using theming through siloing to develop layers of content to augment a competitive keyword? Click the image below to find out!
Strategies from The SEO Playbook "Revisited"...
Todays post from the SEO archives is amply named “Strategies from the SEO Playbook” and is a good read in tandem with:
Between the aggregate concepts cultivated in the various posts above, that should keep you busy while you enjoy your morning coffee. Stay tuned for additional SEO blasts from the past as we dig into the SEO archives this week.
While the first inclination might suggest the whole archive concept is an easy way out of posting every day, the fact is, there are hundreds of posts in our blog that represent over 14 years of collective “SEO know how” (from way back before even Google existed) even though the site started in 2006.
While a great deal has transpired since that time, information retrieval is still founded on solid, rudimentary principles such as language, and rooted in metrics based on relevance, citation and structure.
With that in mind, results are scalable and all keywords are attainable with the right method, volume of content, links and trust. The only thing stopping you from reaching page one is competition and information on how to gain relevancy and authority faster than your competition. Click here to read the post or follow the links above to additional, related resources.
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