What is your daily SEO strategy.. Mine is here

by Linens
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Hi Guys,

How are you doing?

I just wanted to know what seo strategy you are following and is that strategy working for you?

My daily SEO strategy for my products and blog site is

- writing ones or twice a week
- sharing link in FB groups and liking other's posts
- sharing link in twitter and retweet and follow others
- sharing in g+
- sharing in pinterest
- sending offers / sales in FB groups
- onlywire published posts on 40 bookmarking sites

But i did not find much improvement in traffic on my site chanap, linensncurtains and blog.linensncurtains.

what's your daily seo strategy?
what else can i include in daily SEO list?

Thanks & Regards
#daily #mine #seo #strategy
  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    I use organic SEO for traffic ( plus many other ways)

    Organic traffic works pretty good, especially on Bing/yahoo
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  • Profile picture of the author MattXL
    Hi Linens,

    If by SEO, you mean get onto the first page, this is essentially what you'd need to do:

    Do a search for the keywords you'd like to come up on the first page of the search results for. So let's say we wanted to come up on the first page for "how to make money." Look at the top three organic results you see there not including the ad links at the top. Read those three articles and ask yourself how you could improve on them. What are they missing and how many words are there in the post?

    Copy the URLs and head over to seoreviewtools.com. Paste the URL in there, enter the captcha and click perform check. What you need to do is write a post that's at least 2,500 words long and 500 - 1000 words longer than the longest post you see in the top three results.

    Put the keyword or keywords in your post about 1% of the time. So the words "how to make money" should appear in a 3,000 word post about 30 times. Remember to include subheadings throughout the post and put one image in there for every 150 or so words of content. Include links to outside sources in your post as well as links to other posts on your site.

    Once you're done putting the article together, go to moz.com/researchtools/ose and enter the URL of the article(s) you're trying to top and look at who's linking to it. The list will be under the heading called Inbound Links.

    They're only going to give you a partial list but you can sign up for a free trial and just cancel it before the 30 days is up.

    You also want to pay particular attention to the Domain Authority number you see on the right. The higher that number is, the more valuable a link from that site will be for your post.

    Once you have a list of sites linking to those articles, go to emailhunter.co and enter the URL of the sites you found on MOZ and hit enter. That's going to bring up a list of the email addresses of the people who run those sites.

    Send them an email saying something along the lines of hey, love your site and the articles. I was reading a great post you linked to in your article on blah blah blah. I just put together a similar post that's even more thorough and up-to-date and wanted to pass it along and see what you thought. Then include the link to your article, but don't ask them to link to it just yet. Keep it casual.

    If they write you back and like it, then you can ask in the reply email. Just do that to the contact person at as many of the sites you found on MOZ as you can. Not all of them are going to respond, not all of them will link to you but if you getting, say, 10% of them to link out to you, you're going to see a big boost in your post's and site's) rankings.

    Also, while you're waiting to hear back from these people, start posting your link(s) in facebook groups, Twitter and all of the forums and message boards you know related to your niche.

    What you should also do is share it in some Google+ communities. Some of those groups have 10s of 1,000s of members and many of them will link to your article without even asking. Just be sure to introduce yourself and vote up other people's posts a couple weeks beforehand.

    It's not easy to write a 3,000+ word post and hustle for links but that's what it usually takes for a first position result.

    Oh, and make sure your site is loading quickly by signing up for Cloudflare, using a caching service or plugin and compressing your images.

    Best,
    Matt

    P.S. If you're writing 2,000+ word posts, you don't need to post that often.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by MattXL View Post

      It's not easy to write a 3,000+ word post and hustle for links but that's what it usually takes for a first position result.

      Oh, and make sure your site is loading quickly by signing up for Cloudflare, using a caching service or plugin and compressing your images.

      Best,
      Matt

      P.S. If you're writing 2,000+ word posts, you don't need to post that often.
      Totally ignorant.
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  • Profile picture of the author alopicatso
    your sharing is very useful for me, thank you very much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Tmill
    You don't need a long articles, you need useful content. In most cases, you aren't going to get many links from your competitors also. Also sharing on your social sites isn't going to do much for your SEO.

    The best thing you can do is outreach to other sites in your niche and try to get a guest post. In most cases sites are willing to give you a guest post for the right price. It's good to know how to research their site quality though, so you can determine how much the guest post is worth. Lots of sites want to charge much more for a guest post than it's worth.

    Also posting blog comments and in forums of niche related sites is going to drive you some traffic and help with your backlink profile, but the quality links that are going to boost you the most in SERP is a guest post link from a REAL niche related site.
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