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May
4

Whitehat SEO tips for bloggers

Harith, I’m comfortable with SEO being whitehat/blackhat; I don’t think you’d get many blackhats to say “I don’t do SEO; I do spam!”

Colin Colehour, thanks for asking. Right now I’m in bed with a pack of frozen peas again. I start to get a little better and stress da back too much. I’m hoping to get some lie-down-for-long-stretches-of-time cycles soon.

Barry, I didn’t want to copy the photos without permission, but also wanted people to see the photos first. But your link will cause people to see it.

Anjanesh, you’d have to check with John; he uploaded it, not me. If I did it, I would have put it up on Google Video. 🙂

Barry, I use WordPress (that’s part of why I was speaking at WordCamp) I think using the “blockquote” tag is the way to quote in a box.

Steve Hill, Danny always teases gently. And in

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Apr
14

10 Blog SEO Strategies (Get 584,958 Readers): SEO for Bloggers 2020

Blog SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is more important than ever when it comes to getting your blog posts noticed on search engines like Google.

Today, that makes SEO for bloggers one of the primary concerns worth dedicating a lot of time & effort to learning and implementing during your content creation process.

Now that we’re in 2020, a whopping 93% of online experiences start with a search engine, and for 92.04% of those users, Google is their search engine of choice.

For many content creators, blog SEO sounds incredibly complex. It’s easy to think no list of blog SEO strategies could ever make a meaningful difference. Others make Google out to be a grim reaper that hand-picks which blogs to let live, and which ones to deprive of precious organic search traffic.

Six years ago when I first started learning how to start a blog, I felt like that too—completely

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