SEO is important because 90% of people using search don’t click beyond the first results page. But SEO also has a lot of nuance that can make it frustrating for marketers whether they’re new or experienced. A question that often comes up when discussing SEO best practices is where to use keywords for an SEO campaign. There are a lot of places where keywords are important, for both search engines and readers. But just like any other part of an SEO strategy, how often you use keywords and where you place them can be a little tricky.
The world of content marketing, building brand awareness, and engaging with prospects is complicated enough without adding more complex topics on top of it, like search engine optimization. But that doesn’t mean those other complex topics aren’t important to learn and understand. That’s why we’ve developed this SEO made simple guide.
We are delighted to present today’s post, which was written by Randall-Reilly’s SEO Manager Tye Odom, in conjunction with legendary linking luminary Eric Ward. Search Engine Optimization is a notoriously knotty, complex topic, yet developing a winning SEO strategy is absolutely vital for success in today’s business world. That’s why we’re grateful to Tye and […]