SEO Startup Tips
A startup website needs to distinguish itself from its competitors while also promoting its value to its potential customers. Most WordPress themes nowadays are built with busy sliders on the homepage, but the truth is an enticing homepage with attention to detail isn’t as important as a clear message about what your website is about. A user-friendly interface is sure to boost engagement, but when you’re in a rush to launch, crucial components can be easily overlooked. SEO for example. The new face of the Internet requires at least a basic SEO strategy when it comes to developing your business. Being relevant in search is important and can’t be overlooked.
SEO for example. The new face of the Internet requires at least a basic SEO strategy when it comes to developing your business. Being relevant in search is important and can’t be overlooked.
The new face of the Internet requires at least a basic SEO strategy when it comes to developing your business. Being relevant in search is important and can’t be overlooked.
The problem is too many Startups cut corners with getting links. You can easily find the scum of the internet by searching for affordable SEO deals in Google. A lot these companies use Fiverr as the primary resource for a lot of these packages. A company will take your money and then hire shady link blast from Fiverr for cheap. They are essentially upselling an inferior product at ten times it’s value to you. So you’re not only paying for useless SEO work, you’re getting ripped off in the process. The worst part is that even if you do see some early benefits from link blasts, the lasting effect will hurt the chances of your website in the long haul.
Rather than spending 10 minutes on outsourcing your website’s SEO, why don’t you invest in content marketing?
Before I jump into these tips on how to get better links for your website, I understand that not all businesses have time to invest in content marketing. For that, I would highly recommend getting a blog management service to help you with creating weekly content for your business.
1. Don’t Write Another Blog Post Until YoU Know Your Keywords
Get to the root of your business. Find out what people are coming to your website for and create content that will bring them in. Don’t just cover the basics either, if your company is a for let’s say hiking boots, write content for hiking tips, things to know, offer tips, suggested trails, times of the day when it’s best to go… cover all things related to your business.
2. Find Lower Competition Keywords For The Best Shot at Ranking Quickly
This means instead of trying to rank for Hiking Boots, try “Hiking Boots for kids”, or “Affordable hiking boots. Create long-tailed keywords.
3. Find Out Which Keywords Are Driving Your Competitor’s Search
There are tons of tools out there, SEM Rush or Aherfs can help you with these SEO research.
4. Find Questions that Need Answering
Quora is a perfect place to flex your muscles. They are an answer base website to popular questions. Quora’s mission is to share and grow the world’s knowledge. A vast amount of the knowledge that would be valuable to many people is currently only available to a few — either locked in people’s heads, or only accessible to select groups.