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What I'm Seeing Working Right NOW for New Blogs
I always have a lot of new sites in process, and I’m constantly changing up how I approach SEO based on what’s working the best. The sheer number of sites that I work on means that I can experiment and also have lots of points of reference.
Today I’m going to share with you what I am seeing working when it comes to new blogs.
In this tutorial, I’m sharing what I’m seeing working specifically when it comes to goals and Google E-A-T. I’m also going to discuss how focusing on a narrower niche can help and how relevancy in blogging is absolutely key.
Intrigued? Watch the video below where I’ll share the results of what I’m seeing across a multitude of new sites, in a variety of niches and the approaches that I’m taking that are working the best.
In the video above, you’re going to hear me talk about expertise, authority, relevancy and a whole lot more.
In this DNW Mini Lesson you will learn:
- What Google E-A-T is and how you can use it to have the most success with blogging
- What Google E-A-T means if you’re thinking about a new site or niche
- The benefits that you will see BEYOND SEO
- Why I’ve started a destination blog and how I intend to make this a success
- How I can help you to have success in blogging
I’m covering a lot of concepts in this lesson – and they’re wide-ranging topics – but these are great ways to improve your SEO, your blogging business and your future income.
I teach the important tasks to focus on and what you need to do – and more importantly what you DON’T NEED TO DO – to get your blog up, running and getting traffic.
I do this in my SEO Fast Track. Read about the success of my current and previous students and see if its right for you.
Come on over and join us in SEO Fast Track, we’d love to have you in the team!
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