It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: 4 Strategies for Lasting SEO Success

 

 

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SEO is a complicated practice, to say the least. 

With articles popping up left and right on various trends, it’s more important than ever to remind yourself of some of the best practices that will consistently lead to gains in traffic.

Rather than chasing low quality, “churn and burn” tactics that may show quick gains in the short term but eventually lead to penalties or de-indexing, it’s important to remember that SEO is all about the long haul. It’s a marathon, not a sprint.

Beginner’s Guide: How To Boost SEO Traffic With Useful and Practical Blog Posts

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Trust me, I know why you’re struggling…

to get visitors to your site.

to acquire qualified leads.

to increase your revenue.

to boost SEO performance.

You're lazy. Yes I just said it. cool

It’s obvious. Your content pages are not showing up in the organic search rankings. Perhaps it’s your fault, or the algorithm updates?

 

Whatever the cause might be, it’s not a good reason to ignore SEO. According to Outbrain, search is the #1 driver of traffic to content sites, beating social media by more than 300%

How to Get Quality Inbound Links to Your Site Every Day

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How do you get quality inbound links?

 

What would high-quality links do for your site?

 

Improve your rankings, yield more organic visitors and refer people from other sites.

Over the past years, Google has redefined the way links are built. But they didn’t bring anything new – but only moved towards building an information databank where search users can benefit from the search results. It’s always been their objective from day one.

 

Click Here: 7 Secrets To Befriend The Google Mobile Friendly Update

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Who says Google can't favor your site?

Well they can, if you follow the right process. A research statistics by Google revealed that, "72% of consumers want mobile-friendly sites and 67% of consumers are willing to buy a product or use a service on a mobile-friendly site." 

Forget about the penalty that you got (if any), and just focus on the rewards of the moment. And remember that most SEO advice no longer works.

Google mobile friendly update is almost 30 days old, and a lot of sites have lost their rankings. Some others benefitted from it. More so, what can you do right now to improve your search traffic and rankings? This update is for your good, see it that way.