Well the great thing about blogs is that they do well in Google, IF you think about how you’re blogging.
You may already know the keyphrases you’re aiming to get good results for on your website, so let’s translate that info into your blogs.
Today, instead of writing a blog, pop over to the Google Keyword Tool and type in your keyphrases to see what other variations come up.
Pick a few of these variations and start thinking how you can incorporate them into your blog titles and copy.
In the 30 Day Blogging Challenge Ebook I talk about the structure of a blog that is written to do well in the search engines, but for that you’ll need to buy the book
Now, don’t just choose generic phrases that have lots of searches – think carefully about this – you want targeted relevant traffic to your blog, right? So think targeted and niche, not generic and widespread.
plumbers in berkshire
advice from accountants
last minute tax returns
mothers’ day gifts 2011
low cost hotels in bristol
designer kids clothes
local business advice and help
You can get some great traffic and quick wins on search engines by using less generic phrases.
I cover this in depth in 299 Steps to Blogging Heaven.
Also consider downloading my free 67 Tips on Blogging for SEO.
Your challenge today is to find a handful of useful phrases you could use in your blogging.
This is an extract from the latest Nikki Pilkington ebook The 30 Day Blog Challenge – kickstarting your blogging in just 30 days – get it now while it’s still only a fiver!