I have a new website and blog in the food niche that is starting to rank on Google. I think it is because I spend a lot of time writing good relevant material, and maybe the SEO pack that I downloaded is helping. However, I would like to compete with larger sites, and well known blogs for keywords. After some thought I decided to hire an SEO expert to help. My issue is I am a little afraid that starting an SEO campaign will ruin my site. I don't know much about SEO, but I have heard about the google updates and how some techniques that worked in the past can now cripple your rankings. One guy I am interested in hiring says he will submit my site to over 3,000 high-quality back-links and directories. Is this good or bad? I guess my main question is now that google has changed their algorithm, what should I look for when hiring an SEO consultant? What would the person need to do to help me rank and not destroy my reputation with google?
I've been working on the on-page SEO for wendycohen.pro for a few months now. For some reason, the visibility keeps being reported at zero. Nothing is ranking anywhere. Am I missing something obvious? Would someone be willing to take a look?
Any help or direction is greatly appreciated!
Hi, I'm quite new on internet marketing and I decided to start writing lots of articles related with psychology/personal development tips niche (non-published). However, after writing 40-50 articles I started to read a lot of niche sites and I'm a little confused that probably my articles are getting too broad for this niche. Since I didn't target it for a specific mental health pathology I believe that I went too broad and will be very hard to monetize.
I would appreciate any suggestions
This is just a post about the Instagram strategy I've been using to grow my pages recently. Some of my pages link to my e-commerce site, and I've found that I'm driving a fair amount of traffic to my site via Instagram. The rest of my pages I'm building up in the hope of monetising them in the future.