Use SEO To Get Your Blog Noticed Among the Millions

If you are a blogger you know that in order to gain traction you need to optimize your brand’s visibility. You may need to use SEO to get your blog noticed today. Increasing brand awareness is integral to continued blogging success. Part of that awareness comes in the form of search engine results.

SEO or search engine optimization is a critical buzzword in terms of visibility. It involves bringing more traffic from a search engine query directly to your website.

The intent is to make your website a top-of-the-page result for anyone searching – instead of burying your site on page 2 of the search results, or beyond.

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Using SEO can help your blog get more organic traffic.

Use SEO To Get Your Blog Noticed

A high-quality SEO Company provides SEO services to help boost your company’s chances of getting noticed online. An SEO Company will provide the following services to increase your visibility.

  • They will evaluate your competition to determine where they are successful in practice and hone in on those aspects that your business can improve on. Areas, where competitors are lacking in terms of optimization, will be noted.  Hence, you can jump in and corner those opportunities with your keywords to achieve a higher ranking.
  • Timely keywords are optimized and used by those making a query in the search engines.
  • They will designate specific locations on your website where keywords will be searchable. This will optimize your site so that it ranks higher on a search engine query, specifically on Google.
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Researching for the right keywords will help your blog be found more in search.

SEO Services for Your Blog

Working with a digital marketing agency that provides SEO Services is a worthy investment. After your content marketing strategies are in place, it will be time to work on SEO. It does not happen overnight or even in one month.

  • They will work on synthesizing data points to hone in on high-performing keywords.
  • If you do not already have a website or if you are looking to upgrade your current site, these fall under the umbrella of SEO Services. Keywords are seamlessly shown in strategic locations throughout the website.
  • They will monitor metrics to determine whether the keywords are producing results. Then, specific actions will modify optimization as needed.

Enhance Your Blog:  Use SEO To Get Your Blog Noticed

Google provides a guidebook on how to make a more rank-enhanced website. While you can take on this task yourself, it is unlikely that you have time to do so. After all, you are running your business, creating your product, or providing a unique service.

You are doing all of this while courting investors, maintaining employee positivity and productivity, and keeping your customers happy. It will be helpful to review Google’s guidebook so that you have a greater understanding of what an SEO Agency provides.

Even if you have neither the time nor the expertise to handle the SEO tasks.

Contact the best professional Digital Marketing Agency to get the results you want and the traffic you need. Ensure you engage with the experts who will help you achieve search engine optimization for a high rate of return every time.

Meta Descriptions Matter

In the world of search engine optimization, meta descriptions are a crucial component to ensuring your website ranks higher in search results. But what exactly are meta descriptions and how do they work to boost your SEO?

Essentially, a meta description is a short snippet of text that appears beneath your website’s URL on search engine results pages. It provides a brief summary of your webpage’s content and its relevance to the user’s search query.

By writing clear and concise meta descriptions that incorporate relevant keywords, you can entice users to click on your website and improve your overall search engine ranking.

So, if you’re looking to optimize your website for better visibility in search results, don’t underestimate the power of a well-crafted meta description.

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Be sure to write good meta descriptions for your blog’s SEO.

Work With Your SEO Team

Once you do hire someone to help you with SEO for your blog, be sure to work with them! If you are going to make changes in your products or services you should let them know. They can provide you with keyword research and much more.

Analyze the different things you are doing to increase the traffic of your blog. When they are sudden drops or increases in traffic have them tell you why.

Learn from both these changes in your blog’s SEO.

Once you do hire someone to help you with SEO for your blog, be sure to work with them! #bloggingtips Click To Tweet

SEO For Your Blog Conclusion

How are you using SEO for your blog today to grow its reach? I’d love to know more in the comments below!

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  • […] Google’s Matt Cutts: Black Hat & Link Spammers Less Likely To Show Up In Search Results After Summer What to expect in SEO in the coming months Penguin 2.0 and Other Changes That Lie Ahead For SEO in 2013 Friday Finds for Weekend Reading – Google Penguin 2.0 Updates Are You Ready For The Next SEO Penguin At Your Blog? […]

  • Raheel Mushtaq says:

    you should not worry about any update if you are building credibility of your blog and authority of yourself, It’s more important for a person to be successful who is blogging rather than the blog now for which google authorship will play a vital role.

    • Lisa says:

      Raheel – good point but a blogger would like to be found organically in search too, no? Welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Thanks for coming by and for your input.

  • Paul Masterson says:

    Thanks.Nice and informative..

    On my blogwebsites I am changing all my guest author profiles to include their Google+ url, thats if they have one and if they dont well I will be encouraging them to get one asap.

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Paul. Good idea, Google+ is really up and coming for SEO from all the things I’ve read up on it. Thanks for coming by and welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

  • I. C. Daniel says:

    I get at least 5 spam comments every day. What plugin stop them for good anyway? Now I’m using Akismet.

    Best regards from I. C. Daniel

    • Lisa says:

      IC, I love using the Comment Luv premium You can set it up so it only approves commenters that you have already approved and it will be approve new ones but you can check them out first and then approve or NOT. It’s great for bloggers as they will more likely leave comments on your blog with this plugin. The developer Andy is awesome with any help you may need too.

  • I read somewhere that Google will produce (or perhaps they already have, sorry, I don’t know) a tool which will allow you to stop spammy links from external websites from affecting your own website. Of course, right now those links may be helping you with SERP rankings, but after Penguin 2.0 they will actually hurt you, so you can use the tool to try and remove them.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi James, I’ve been cleaning up old posts and getting rid of spammy comments from my old Blogger posts. So much work the Penguin gives us. I heard it started yesterday. Good luck to us all with it.

  • Disha says:

    Hi Lisa,
    next penguin update means. It’s again time to be be aware about penguin update 🙁

    • Lisa says:

      Yes Disha. I know it changes all the time now doesn’t it? So much to read up on. Thanks for coming by and have a great week ahead!

  • This is good to know Lisa. I can remember that last panda update which I didn’t know anything about until I saw my rankings go down. This is why the title of this blog post caught my attention LOL …. I was definitely taking notes. Can’t let this happen again. Thanks for sharing!

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Sherman, yes I’m glad we have a little time prior to this time around. You are welcome and I hope you make out okay this time around. Have a great week ahead too.

  • Robert G says:

    Hello Lisa, I never gave this much thought because I feel my blog is ready for any change they make. You know Google is always trying to improve the way they do things.

    Thanks so much for sharing the info.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Robert, yes they are always trying to improve, sometimes we like the improvements and other times we don’t. You are welcome. Have a great new week coming up Robert.

  • Missy says:

    Hi, Lisa:

    Nice summation on steps to take to possibly conquer Penguin or Panda. It’s surprising to hear that someone like (Adrienne above) would get caught in the cross fire as I know she is very relationship minded and probably not too dependent on Google.

    So this is a revelation to me and am sorry to hear. That’s one thing I keep hearing and reading about over and over, how those who are not violating any guidelines are still getting hit.

    Your tips above were quite useful – thanks for sharing.

    p.s. I’ve been meaning to get more active with comments, so expect to see me around a lot more. Hope ya don’t mind another active commenter. He he. Thanks.

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Missy and welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Yes, I can attest to that. It can be quite frustrating when you follow the rules and still your site gets lost on Google. I hope the next one is much better than the last few. Active commenters are great Missy, look forward to seeing more from you. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

  • Not again! Just concentrate on clean blogging. Be honest don’t apply back-door policy, you will appreciated by all type of penguins.

    • Lisa says:

      Majhaurl – yes again. I hope you are right – that’s the way it should be. I liked thet Matt mentioned small business this time. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.

  • anis says:

    This is my first visit to this awesome blog, I’m glad to be here 🙂
    Google is doing a great job in making the web more useful and informative
    Thanks for sharing this awesome post!

  • Keral Patel says:

    It is quite frustrating for me because I do own one forum which gets lots of forum posts everyday. Now sometimes there are some questions that are asked on multiple forums even if the user is genuine user. I cannot make up my mind if that would be considered as spam or not and it is good news that entire site is not being penalized just because of some pages.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Keral. Geez, even that could be considered spam? I was happy to learn of that too, why penalize an entire site for one small thing? I can’t wait to see how it will work out Keral. Thanks for coming by and for your input on this one.

  • Sonia says:

    Good advice because I never keep on all that stuff, but I will now. I delete spam all the time, but what I noticed is that they tend to pop up on our blogs late at night when everyone is supposed to be sleeping. Once I noticed it I put the comment moderation back on my blog to combat that crap.

    In regards to hacking, I can’t believe people actually still use “admin” as their login. I never did that thankfully, but didn’t realize later when I got serious about blogging how lucky I really was. I change my password every 3 months to make sure that my investment doesn’t get screwed up. I had one blog friend lose everything from some idiot and they NEVER backed up their website at all. They couldn’t afford the usual back up systems, but I told them, they could do it via their WordPress panel (that’s a blog post Lisa) with Hostgator. Not sure how all that works if it was needed, but if they can restore my site with the content already there, I am good.

    I appreciate these tips because I don’t think I am ever ready for these penguin updates. Thanks Lisa!

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Sonia, it’s not easy always keeping up on it with so many changes either. I get spammers anytime of day or night. I know – admin? Geez, that should be the first thing WordPress tells them as they are signing up – to change it! I love how the backup works with Hostgator and I also use the c-panel now to back mine up too. I almost lost mine in the beginning and am always backing up after each new post. Have a great weekend Sonia and thanks for popping by and commenting.

  • Tonya Stephens says:

    Hi Lisa,
    Love your blog!
    Thanks for the heads up about the pending Penguin update. Don’t you just love Google 😕
    I appreciate the check list you provided.
    I am going to take care of this today!
    Thanks and enjoy your weekend.

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Tonya and welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I hope everything goes smooth with the checklist for you. Have a great weekend too.

  • Mayura says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Excellent Lisa 🙂 Keeping everyone up-to-date about upcoming SEO changes before their sites being penalized.

    I truly believe if we never touch on blackhat SEO, Google shouldn’t be rude enough. But still Google algorithm is not perfect enough and keep all good sites away and get the bad once. So it’s always good to double check and see if something wrong with our blogs or websites.

    Recently I’ve read Google taking down thousands of linksellers too 🙂 They should have done that before all the SEO updates. Anyway we can predict more good with SEO updates in future 🙂 Well, still we don’t know what will happen though. Google is unpredictable, isn’t it Lisa? 🙂

    I think I’m safe here and so far Penguin and Panda wasn’t irritating for me as I heard from others Lisa 🙂

    Thanks once again for sharing about what about to come and keep us up-to-date 🙂

    Hope you havin’ a wonderful day there dear 🙂


    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Mayura. I know first hand it’s not perfect 🙂 I hope the next one is truly a good one. Very unpredictable for sure. Thanks for coming by Mayura and have a great weekend there.

  • Carolyn says:

    Hi Lisa, I run a squeaky clean ship but every so often my traffic from Google drops off unexpectedly without reason. It always crawls back up but the variance can be frustrating. Google is my biggest source of traffic, but the percentage of traffic I get from them has been dropping. I figure that’s a good thing because it’s risky to be too dependent on any one traffic source.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Carolyn, I have found that too and I get more from Pinterest now than ever before. I wonder if that will change with the upcoming Penguin. It will be interesting to see how it pans out. Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a great weekend.

  • Lauren says:

    Thanks for the heads up.

    I better delete the spam in my spam folder. I didn’t realize that spam in the spam folder was just as bad as live spam. I removed broken links with a broken link plugin I use. I think it’s called BrokenLinkChecker. I can’t remember. I do have some problems with picture attachments. Way back when, I accidentally deleted some picture file attachments. I know enough about website tech stuff to be dangerous.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Lauren, yes. I have to delete old comments from when my site was a blogger one. That’s my tidy up project this a.m. LOL, I bet you know more now than you realize on tech stuff. I hope you have a great weekend Lauren.

  • Jennifer Cunningham says:

    The post was right on point. I hope the update moves me up in rank. There are no spammy links that I know of. And I try to stay lovable to all my readers. This will be my first penguin update so I’m a deer looking into the headlights. Thanks for your suggestions.

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Jennifer. What do you think they mean by lovable? I hope the suggestions will help you and thanks for coming by. Have a great day and weekend ahead Jennifer.

  • Tim Bonner says:

    Hey Lisa

    I appreciate the mention :-)!

    I hope I’m loveable so I’m almost there with preparations for Penguin.

    I do have some ads on my site and I have disclosure on my Terms page and my Resources page. I just don’t know if that’s going to be enough. Do you think the disclosure needs to be on every page that you show an ad? I think that would be a step too far.

    Thanks for the heads up Lisa. I really wish Matt Cutts would be a little bit more specific sometimes.

    • Lisa says:

      You are welcome Tim, everyone is loving the WordFence you suggested. LOL, your site is lovable. I think the disclosure should be enough Tim. I think what he meant is it will not pass pagerank because of where the ads link to. I wish he would be more specific too Tim. It sure would help! Have a great day and a nice weekend ahead there Tim.

  • Carol Lynn says:

    These Google updates kill me! You probably know how I feel about that whole thing 🙂

    It seems to be getting easier to do something wrong and punishable by Google-death and harder to get things right so you’ll actually have some search success. I think Google is tightening up little too much and in their attempts to squeeze out spam they’re wrecking search for small biz.

    I guess we’ll have to see what happens next. And until Bing cranks it up, we’re stuck with penguins@

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Carol, yes, you and I both. I think this one will be better as they will not punish an entire site over something and will try to be more helpful for small businesses. At least that’s what the man says. I sure hope so! Yes, we musn’t forget about Bing. Thanks for coming by Carol and have a great day and weekend ahead.

  • sally brown says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Great article and thanks for the update. I uploaded the ‘wordfence’ to my site and liked it: ” No problems” Yeah! 😛 How do you get reviews of your site? I have done reviews for people on Alexa. Is that what you mean? Loved it! Sally

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Sally, I’m glad you uploaded that one to protect your blog. I mean by doing a post as a review. I did one for a content for Dukeo. I thought it was a great idea. Bloggers give his site a review and he is giving away $100-$1000.00 A great way to get some feedback on your blog. Have a great day and weekend ahead Sally.

  • Praveen Rajarao says:

    Lisa – These are some awesome points you have mentioned, thanks for the early update on this.

    I did read Tim’s article on Wordfence and I have it installed in all my websites. It does help to keep tab on what is breaking, which plugin needs an update etc.

    Rest all are fine, but I still have some paid links in some of the articles. I have mentioned that in my disclosure, hopefully that will help keep those “penguins at bay”.

    Thanks once again.

  • Ryan Biddulph says:

    Hi Lisa,

    I love the emphasis on being social! If you share, and engage, and connect, you gain the trust of your target market and Google.

    The Big G realizes how giving freely and connecting with people influences the entire net. We literally lift the collective vibe of the web with each share and engagement, because we all help one another, and all benefit.

    Thanks for sharing!


    • Lisa says:

      Hi Ryan, yes sharing is becoming king too like content 🙂 You are welcome and thanks for coming by and your input on this one too Ryan. I hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead.

  • Adrienne says:

    Thanks for the heads up Lisa!

    If I said I didn’t care I’d probably be lying. I mean I’m not going to let Google’s updates affect how I blog and who I build relationships with. It hurts when I get slapped and I don’t understand why. That’s what really gets me upset but for the most part I totally understand why they have to continue doing this. I just wish they were more specific on how people like me can get hit in the crossfires with these updates when I KNOW I’m doing what Google considers correct.

    I appreciate you sharing what to look out for and this video of Matt explaining it a little more. I guess I’m about as ready as I can be.


    • Lisa says:

      You are welcome Adrienne. I hope this new one is better this time for us, and I have a feeling it may be 🙂 I still hae to tidy up some old stuff and hope to by weekend’s end. Have a great time this weekend Adrienne 🙂

  • Barry Wells says:

    Hi Lisa,

    You’ve given some great tips here.

    I wrote a review of Marketing mini classes and checked its ranking a few days later only to find that I couldn’t find it on Google but it was first page on Bing. This got me wondering what I may have done to offend Google 🙁

    After having so long away from work I thought I’d break myself in gently and do some spring cleaning. I deleted over 200 comments, removed links from loads more and corrected any and all broken links on my site.

    I also followed Mayura’s guide on webmaster tools and made sure everything was in place.

    I’ve now left it a week and after reading this post I popped back to Google and done another search for my review…. Yay 1st page 😉

    I never allow spammy comments although I did when I first started, without realising they were spam… another lesson learnt.

    Your tips are spot on and if people go and apply them they’ll be safe when the new slap takes place.

    Thanks for the reminder to set up webmaster tools on Bing as well, I need to get that done ASAP.

    Great post Lisa, thanks very much,

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Barry, I know huh? I should probably delete more old comments that may be spam here as well. I’m still fixing up old posts too. Great that yours now moved onto 1st page Barry. Glad to know things changed. You are welcome and you will like Bing tools as well. Have a great weekend Barry and thanks for your input here.

  • Evan says:

    Thanks for the update. i was looking for Punguin 2.0/ it is going to be something really great!!!

    • Lisa says:

      Evan, I hope so. It looks to have potential. Glad he mentioned small business. Thanks for coming by.

  • Hi Lisa,

    Yes, I’m ready! My site is clean.

    I did post regarding SPAM awhile back and said that Google can blacklisted your site if its spammy. They’re looking for sites that has real commentators. But then some of the spammers have gotten smart and even have a gravatar now. But if you examine their site closely it is bogus! So these spammers gets blacklisted on my site as well and absolutely not welcome either.


    • Lisa says:

      Great Angela, it can be hard sometimes to tell and I’ve been getting stricter with them as time goes on. Thanks for commenting today and enjoy the rest of your week.

  • Corina Ramos says:

    Thanks for telling us about the things we can do to get our sites ready for this next update.

    I’ll be putting this at the top of my to-do list today. I didn’t know there were plugins like WordFence to protect our sites, I’ll be getting that plugin installed myself 🙂

    I never used paid link and I’m always on top of my spam folder so I hope I got those taken care of. I love being social, I’ll admit I was a little shy at first but once I came out of my shell it was on LOL 🙂

    Thank goodness Mayura put those tutorials together for Google, I wonder if he’ll do one for BING 😉

    Thanks again for sharing these tips, hope you’ve had a great week!

    • Lisa says:

      You are welcome Corina. Yes we must keep those nasty hackers and spammers out. I will check with Mayura if not I will do one. I really like Bing Webmaster tools.
      I hope you enjoy the rest of your day and are not near those tornados there Corina. Thanks for your input 🙂

  • Cynthia says:

    I have been trying to go back and clean up everything on my site. Just when you think your ship is running smoothly, you find out there might be rough seas ahead of you.

  • Ellen M. Gregg says:

    Ready! As far as I’m concerned, at least. I run a tight ship on my sites, which apparently serves me well. 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Ellen, you have kept up to date and all, excellent! Thanks for coming by and enjoy the rest of the week.

  • Bren says:

    I don’t worry about these things. My site is clean and good to go as far as I’m concerned. Btw, I don’t care for penguins. Are you ready Lisa?

    • Lisa says:

      Good for you Bren. I just need to work on broken links and old posts. I may use Fivver for some of it since I have so many sites to work on. Thanks for coming by Bren and commenting.

      • Bren says:

        Oh yeah, those broken links are doozies. Sorry for any that are mine 🙁 Good luck my friend.

  • Hi Lisa,

    Ready to take it on 😉

    Ah…just joking! I really wouldn’t bother much about these updates because I know I’ve already taken those steps mentioned, or shall I say it’s a pretty clean slate for me right from the start. I did see this video yesterday and though Matt does say a lot, yet he doesn’t really say much directly if you noticed – just his way I guess so that we all remain geared up on our toes 🙂

    Looking forwards to the update – guess it should come and go as fast as possible so that everyone is a little normal again. Thanks for sharing this with us 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Harleena, yes he always says a lot but more in terms not specifics. Always gets me! I look forward to the update too. Thanks for coming by and for your input Harleena, have a great day or evening I should say ahead.

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