I love copywriting.
Whilst I’m currently the Managing Director of GrowTraffic Ltd (I say ‘currently’ because who knows how long this will last?!? I might win the lottery next week, in which case I’m outta here!) I started off as an SEO Copywriter, so copywriting is kind of my bag.
In fact, if you gave me the option of doing something Managing Director-ish or something copywriter-ish, I’m going to do copywriter things. Hence this blog now.
But even I, as a loyal devotee of SEO copywriting, know that writing your content is only half the battle.
Once you’ve written it, if you want to give it the best chance of ranking (which you do, otherwise what was the point of writing it in the first place?!) then you have to optimise it as you’re uploading it. Forget to do that bit, and you might as well chuck half of your lovely blog post straight in the bin.
But don’t panic, because luckily for you, the fabulous GrowTraffic team (well, Hannah Weinhold) has put together this SEO crib sheet, which we’re going to share with you, because we’re nice like that.
So sit up and pay attention, because most folk have to pay for advice like this…
NB: This crib sheet has been created for uploading to WordPress websites, but the principles are relevant whatever platform you are using.
How To Optimise Your Blog Posts For SEO
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Obviously, now you’ve got this, you’re going to be a dab hand with the onsite search engine optimisation of your blog posts.
And the best bit is that, whilst a lot of people out there are writing content, few of them are optimising it well (which, to be fair, is why we still have a job!), but that means that, if you do just a little bit of SEO on your already-brilliant SEO Copy, you’ll be one step ahead of your competition in no time.
However, if you’re still feeling stuck, or would like a little bit more help or advice with making sure your blog posts are perfectly optimised, then just give us a shout. We’re very friendly and informal and are happy to help.
You can reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop us a bell on 0161 007 1200.