How to Optimize a Blog Post for SEO


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No matter how much you optimize your posts, if the content is worthless, you won’t be able to see it
ranking in search engines.
So before you do anything, you should make sure that you have a superb topic for your article and amazing material and resources that you can add to support your points.
Once you have these things, writing the best content won’t be a problem.

Second thing you need to keep in mind is that the longer the post, the better chance to rank the post in search engines.
If you don’t agree with this fact, then you just need to visit Google and type in a search query and go through the first 10 results. Each and every one of them will contain more than 2000 words.

If you type in any tech related or mobile related queries, you will get results that have 500 words or less but those topics won’t bring you traffic for long.
So try searching with a query like “ How To Start a Blog” or something similar and you will see that the more detailed the article, the higher it will be ranking.

Now that you know about these things, we can get started with the article.

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How to Optimize a Blog Post for SEO How to Optimize a Blog Post for SEO Reviewed by Gozkybrain Izuka on June 10, 2017 Rating: 5

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