Does the mere thought of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) make you cringe? Well, when you find out how easily you can implement SEO into your blog posts – and how much free traffic it could bring your way – you might start to feel a little differently.
That’s right…FREE traffic!
I’m sharing the exact steps to take to implement effective SEO into your blog posts!
- Why consistency is key
- How to structure your posts
- How to decide on your keywords and where to include them
- What you don’t want to forget to do with your blog post image
If you want an easy and legitimate way to bring more traffic to your website…..you’re going to love this video!
Amber, those few minutes of your video were worth thousands of dollars. Great tips, and I will be subscribing for more 4-min Fast Track tips. Great job!!”
– Tommy Maloney, Professional CRM Software Trainer, Consultant, Coach
Very helpful tips, Amber! I definitely did now know about naming the jpeg file in alignment with the blog post title. Thanks for your insight!”
– Matthew R. Harris, Chief Promotional Officer at Relentless Forward Momentum
Bethany Grace and I appreciate this post!”
– Ellie Kay, CEO of Ellie Kay and Company, LLC & Bethany Grace, Communications Director of Ellie Kay and Company, LLC
Brilliant! Thank you for this great tip!”
– Nicole Holland, Master Coach and Marketing Strategist
– Christine Galante-Cress, Director, Learning and Organization Effectiveness
Great post. Great content. Thanks. Keep rockin!”
– Chasen Chess, Executive Business Coach / Marketing Strategist
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