4 myths about SEO that will help you understand it a bit more and lose your fear
SEO is complicated
SEO is not complicated at all. There are more than 200 factors that Google takes into account to position a page but only a small part requires modifying things on the server and in most cases you do not need to do anything. In the 95% of cases it is about knowing how to choose each title well and writing so that people feel comfortable and stick to the blog as much as possible. Nothing else. That is SEO.
You need to be computer-literate to practice SEO
SEO is for anyone who has a website, an ecommerce, a blog… It is based on small rules that are easy to apply based on making the user like your blog (user-friendly). Have an active presence in social networks, be influential, get a user back to your Blog, write content that interests and solve problems…
SEO takes years to work
Results are immediate if you have a basic knowledge and apply it. I have seen websites that had several h1 on the same page (the h1 is the label that identifies the unique title of each page or post by which Google primarily identifies the content) and changing the theme to one optimized for SEO they began to climb positions in the results of Google.
SEO is a day-to-day job and the results tend to be seen little by little. If any company guarantees results in less than a month, they are cheating. The common thing is that the results are seen in a period between 3 months to a year, multiplying the visits and getting constant visibility.
SEO is not for me
SEO is for all of us! We are the ones who create valuable content every day. Here are some tricks: Use lists, subtitles that separate content, use bold with the most important words and help reading, add links of interest, add videos and quality images related to the article and complement it, create epic posts…
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