Don’t get me wrong: I’m not advising you to do anything in terms of SEO. On the contrary, by applying these four strategies, you’ll be sure to rank much higher in the search engines and be much more effective. I’ve already demonstrated how effective they are.

However, most marketers, in my experience, don’t do any of these things. Instead, they do nothing, believing that they will automatically rank high if they have a large number of backlinks.

They’re wrong. They’re sitting on a $70 million golden goose. The reason? They’re not doing ANY of it.

For example, I’ve seen many websites with less than 100 backlinks reach the top of Google within three months. That’s unbelievable. The reason they did it? They didn’t do any of the things that I’ve just described. They didn’t submit any videos, didn’t create any Squidoo pages, didn’t engage in any social media (Twitter or otherwise), and didn’t do ANY of the other things I’ve outlined above. Instead, they just sat back and watched their site rise to the top. The same can be said for your site if you don’t do these things.

What is the Search Engine Optimization Strategies?

The SEO strategies focus on ensuring that your content is high quality, relevant, and highly optimized. Again, this is very important. You don’t want to get in the position where your competitors have an edge in the search engines simply because they had better content. You want to be in the position where you’re offering a superior product. How do you do that?

Here are the strategies:

  1. Create only one page of content: If you have more than one page, focus on the front page. If you have more than one front page, then focus on that.
  2. Create unique and relevant content: Don’t duplicate your content. Don’t use stock photos, just use them on your homepage. Don’t use the same old stuff – don’t create the same old page. Instead, make your pages with relevant content, using the proper keywords and relevant tags.
  3. Get your keywords right: Get your keywords in the page titles, the page titles, and font color. You don’t want a huge color palette. Keep your colors simple and to the point. Stick to only black and white in your graphics. Keep your text in a bare minimum of seven or eight words and use bold and italic when needed.
  4. Optimize your content: The keywords need to be at the front and center of the page. You don’t want any duplicated content. Create text that’s relevant to your keywords. Create text that’s optimized with the keywords and keyword phrases you want to target. You don’t want to have keywords used more than once in the text.

The first few steps are easy. But the rest of the things will take you time. But the time investment will pay off with massive profits. Now it’s time to learn how to do all the above.

The first thing you’ll need to learn is how to optimize your content. As simple as it may seem, SEO is an art form, and you need to learn how to do it right.

You might be asking what the difference is between the two, and the answer is simple. Science is a science, while art is an art. Art is based on emotions, while science is based on facts. You might be thinking about how emotions and facts will mix with SEO and art.

You can now use your emotions to impact search engine results. If you want to convince someone to buy anything, write persuasively and use your emotions to convince them. The key is to control your emotions and focus on a single item.

Now it’s time to learn how to make the most of your facts to get the best possible listing. Your articles should be written around the keywords you want to target. Keywords can be based on the product you’re selling, the category it belongs to, or the service you offer. Make sure your keywords appear in both the title and the summary of your article. Make sure your keywords are included in the first paragraph of your article. Don’t go overboard. Use your keywords in the resource box as well. In fact, the title of your article will impact whether or not it will show in search engines. Don’t bother submitting it if it doesn’t appear in the search engines. However, if it does, resubmit it.