Writing Search Engine Optimized posts isn’t really that difficult.
I must confess, there are a lot of SEO tricks …
… but you can’t go wrong if you use the following 3 Simple SEO Rules.
Header Tags for Search Engine Optimized Posts
All of your blog posts should be written based on a “keyword”.
This is a topic in itself, but the keyword should have enough demand and not too much competition in order to rank well on Google.
Use Header Tags every time you write a posts (H1, H2 and H3).
Place your keyword in each header.
On this post your reading, I used “Search Engine Optimized” as my focus keyword. The first header tag I used was the H1 Tag.
Emphasized Keywords for Search Engine Optimized Posts
In order to create search engine optimized posts, you should always bold, italicize and underline your keyword one time.
A rule of thumb is to place a Bold Keyword in your first opening sentence, and Italic Keyword in the center of the body and an Underlined Keyword in the last sentence of your blog post.
Keyword Density for Search Engine Optimized Posts
If you’ve agreed to getting paid 100% Commissions with Empower Network, then SEOPressor comes installed as part of your blog.
SEOPressor is probably the best WordPress Plugin I’ve seen that automatically calculates your blog posts keyword density.
It assigns you a score. Rule of thumb is to aim for a keyword density between 1 – 2 percent.
If you’ve got a self hosted WordPress Blog, this plugin will cost you around $100.
Lets review quickly what we just learned:
1. We learned that all your blog posts should contain H1, H2 and H3 Header Tags with your Keyword.
2. We learned that you should Blog, Italicize, and Underline your Keyword in that order.
3. We learned that you should aim for a Keyword Density Score between 1 – 2 percent (SEOPressor).
There you have it, you now know how to create Search Engine Optimized posts
To Your Success,
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Sam Rivera, Team Unleashed
“I Blog before Breakfast”