President & Founder, Digital Elevator
What We'll CoverThis list won’t contain links to general “intro to SEO” blogs (you’re past that) or “how to write a title tag” posts (although there is a post on how to improve your title tag CTR 20%). It will provide links to actual articles and resources that provide highly actionable advice – stuff you can use to help your SEO – that you can use right now or when you need it. Here’s a preview of the contents that will be covered (click on any of them to jump to the specific section):
- Crawling, Indexing and Algorithms
- Content Marketing
- SEO and Social Media
- Email Marketing
- User Experience / Conversion Rate Optimization
Crawling, Indexing and Algorithms
Google’s 200 Ranking Factors: The Complete List: According to the aforementioned link, Google uses about 200 rankings signals. This post outlines them.
CONTENT MARKETING STRATEGY
How to Write Blog Posts That Generate Leads: Neil Patel shares his vast experience on blog writing and lets you know why how-to articles and lists posts don’t convert and the types of posts that do. These strategies are catered directly towards agencies and consulting businesses.
Link Building Case Study: How I Increased My Search Traffic by 110% in 14 Days: Yes, I know the title says “link building” but this article is really about content marketing for link builders (and it kicks butt).
16 Actionable SEO Copywriting Secrets That Will Drive More Traffic To Your Site: These 16 copywriting tips are amongst the most actionable on the web. From stalking forums to finding keywords to using Udemy to help structure your posts, you’ll learn something new.
6 Turnkey Tools for Content Distribution: When you write or create that really great piece of content and need some extra help getting it to the masses this list will help.
Everything You Need To Know About Sponsored Content: Banner blindness has forced content marketers to rethink the way they promote content. This posts shows you how sponsored content can be a win.
English Style Guide: When you’ve decided it’s time to stop sucking at writing only an English Style Guide will do.
How to Structure A Story: The Eight-Point Arc: Every good brand needs a story. Here’s how to write one that resonates with your consumers.
Content Idea Generator: When you have a little bit of writer’s block and all of your titles stink use this tool to come up with something funny or entertaining that is sure to get clicks.