Keyword Research for SEO: The Easy Guide (2018 Update)
When Tim Berners launched his website in August 1991, he had no idea what keyword research meant.
You can’t blame Tim because he actually invented the first website.
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Recently, I read a comment from a web design company on the MOZ blog where they confidently stated that SEO was really, finally, dead.
Well, when you create a website with great content and user experience (UX), it makes people just convert naturally on your website and you don’t need to do ongoing SEO…
SEO can do amazing things to your bottom line, however, one of the most overlooked areas of optimizing your website is on page SEO. On page SEO accounts for about 70% of the reason why you rank well, while backlink signals account for about 30%. Having a perfectly optimized page will impact your rankings in a big way.
While Internet Marketing dominated the early years of online business, Inbound Marketing has risen to popularity over the last 10 years and is fast becoming the dominant marketing strategy online. Nonetheless, the debate over the two marketing systems continues, and for those who are unsure about which strategy to utilize in their business it is often difficult to determine which camp has the upper hand.