Blog SEO Tutorial 1 – Introduction to SEO

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Blog SEO Tutorial starting with the Introduction to SEOWelcome to the Introduction to SEO Blog SEO Tutorial

Introduction to SEO is where every webmaster needs to start.

SEO is the most important aspect of any website. Don’t know where to start with blog SEO? That’s why I’ve created an introduction to SEO course for free.  SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which Wikipedia defines as “the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results.”   To beat a dead horse, blog SEO is the process of getting your blog more traffic, which means more viewers.  More viewers generally means more money, and money is a pretty good reason to focus on blog SEO.  In this tutorial we won’t get into the techniques of SEO (we’ll save that for the next blog SEO tutorial) but we will talk about what SEO is.


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What is SEO and how do I start Blog SEO?

Blog SEO is the process of using tricks and tactics to rank high in the search engines.

A high ranking within a search engine will direct more people to  your website.  In this blog SEO we will learn how to find keywords, craft titles, optimize blog post, use social media, outbound and inbound links, and some other awesome SEO techniques.  Essentially, we want Google to be our best friend and in order to do that we have to treat Google very nicely, and do things that it likes.  You will learn all of this and more in the posts that follow this Introduction to SEO tutorial.


Introduction to SEO Outro

This post is weak, but there isn’t much to say in an intro.

but, we will get into some very awesome things very soon… so make sure you navigate to the next tutorial.


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