SEO and the ability to get to the top of internet searches is constantly changing. Whether you are selling jewelry, or you are a legal services provider, knowing how to optimize your website for search engine traffic is essential.
As a blogger, you put a lot of energy into ensuring that your content is great and will keep people’s attention. But how much time do you spend making sure your posts are optimized for search engines?
Key Action Takeaways
- Current marketing psychology suggests the primary goal of a website is to establish relationships with users, by increasing the time users stay on site and the frequency that they return.
- The “stickiness” of blogs and websites has resurfaced as the key to creating loyal visitors who eventual migrate to purchasing your product or services.
- Superior content in large quantity and variety sticks to users, slowing traffic down and maximizing time spent on your pages.
- Bloggers and marketers use psychology with Internet marketing tools to create sticky content and establish strong relationships.
Features of Blogs That Create Sticky Sites
What comes to mind when you hear the word “sticky?”
Last night, we were honored to have Joe Pulizzi, founder of Content Marketing Institute, featured on our #AtomicChat. Based on one of his most recent articles, we wanted to learn more about mid-year content marketing checklists and resolutions.
If you've been around the internet long enough, you probably heard about something called SEO. Advocates of SEO go on about how it does wonders for your website, but it becomes so shrouded in mystery with all the tech jargon they use. It ends up feeling like there’s an SEO club and the first rule of SEO club is not really explaining it well enough to the rest of us.