I’m writing an updated SEO guide tentatively called, “SEO Now: What Works In 2014?“.
It’s really interesting to see the changes to SEO since I was trying to rank high at Infoseek way back in 1997! Back then it was a simple job of sticking the keywords you wanted to rank for in the Title and several times in the body of the webpage, preferably inside a lot of header tags.
Wow, SEO has changed dramatically over the years!
Here are some topics I’ll be addressing in the new book…
- How often should I add content?
Are social signals important? How can I easily get more?
Is “page load time” important?
How do I organise my site best?
Should I claim my content?
Is being mobile-friendly important?
What’s bounce rate all about? What other metrics should I know?
What are “guideline” pages, and do I need them?
What can kill my site’s trust?
Should I be building links in 2014? How?
Is a “mention” worth anything?
What’s this I hear about “semantics“?
I’d like to make sure I answer everyone’s concerns about what it takes to get free traffic from Google and other search engines.
Do you have any other areas you’d like me to tackle regarding SEO?
If so, please let me know by leaving a comment below…