WordPress for Blogging is Fast and Easy
As a business owner, a WordPress website makes it easier and faster for you to add fresh blog content regularly. That’s because you don’t need to know any coding or how to use special software to add new pages. Google and other search engines like sites that have new content and, if it is optimized well, you are rewarded with relevant and targeted traffic to grow your business.
WordPress is a free blogging tool and publishing platform and is often categorized as a content management system (CMS). WordPress has many features including a plug-in architecture, a template system and, as of August 2011, it is the platform for 22% of all new websites, making it the most popular CMS in use on the Internet.
For an example of a WordPress website, visit my blog: www.lizajlee.com/blog/
To attract the right traffic and convert sales leads on your website or WordPress blog, you’ll need to incorporate SEO and copywriting into your selected webpages or blog posts. SEO is the active practice of optimizing your site by improving internal and external aspects to increase the traffic that your site receives from search engines. This report outlines various simple SEO tips, which will help you reach your online goals effectively by optimizing your website with SEO copywriting. Without the right keywords with integrated SEO copywriting, you will not attract the right traffic to your website or WordPress blog. All that effort into a well-designed site will go to waste.
After reading this, you should be able to write copy with the correct keyword strategies. As well, you will be able to optimize those keywords and create benefit-driven titles for your website or WordPress blog to increase your visitor traffic and customer base.
First you’ll need to choose the right keywords for organic or free search traffic. So make sure you have your main keywords on your chosen webpages. Each page should be around 300 words. You should place your page’s main keywords in the first and last 25 words on that page. To find what other keywords Google has associated with your main keywords, here are two methods:
Use the tilde “~” command to find associated phrases in Google. Just type into Google search: ~keywords. Variations will be highlighted in bold print.
Once you have your right set of keywords, you’ll need to select your best 10 webpages or blog posts to optimize to attract relevant and targeted traffic to grow your business. And each page or blog post should contain only one set of keywords for good results from search engines!
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