Ua hoʻonui aʻe kāu mea loea SEO i ke kaolaolaola 84%?

ʻO Search Engine Optimization SEO

I kēia pule ua hoʻoikaika wau e hana i kahi noiʻi ke ʻike wau i kahi SEO loea being promoted on another company's web site. The SEO kumu in question has a blog that's been around for more years than mine – so I was curious to compare our stats. I consult with many customers on search engine optimization, but I've never called myself an i makaukau.

A hiki i kēia wā.

I am changing my title based on the comparison to this guy… who has a SEO and Web Marketing blog that's been around longer than mine, combined with a nice company who has a fantastic array of large clients who are probably spending a lot of money with him.

ʻO ka Heluhelu Kūmole

  • ka KANAKA doesn't rank #1 for a single competitive keyword.
  • ka Martech Zone kūlana kiʻekiʻe # 1 no 31 mau huaʻōlelo hoʻokūkū.
  • ka KANAKA kūlana no nā huaʻōlelo 19 he nui.
  • ka Martech Zone pae i nā huaʻōlelo 741.
  • ka SEO Expert's Hoʻonohonoho ʻia ʻo blog ma kahi o 87,000 na Alexa.
  • ka Martech Zone kūlana 47,000 na Alexa.

Martech Zone hoʻomau ʻia e loaʻa i ka luna he 100 blog blog on the Internet. The SEO Expert's Web Marketing blog isn't even on the list.

I ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, mai ka hoʻomaka ʻana i kaʻu ʻoihana ponoʻī, kaʻu ʻenekini huli ʻokanika i Martech Zone ua hoʻonui ʻia e 84%:
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Blogs are naturally attractive to search engines because they provide a platform where you can write content frequently and present it in such a way that's optimized for search engines to find and index. None of the techniques that I utilize are a secret… in fact I've written all of them in my eBook, Blogging no SEO a e hoʻonui ia mea me kahi puke e paʻi ʻia ana i ke kauwela e hiki mai ana.

Inā makemake kāu ʻoihana i kōkua me kāu Search Engine Optimization, hiki iā ʻoe ke kāhea i kekahi o ia mau mea SEO poʻe loea… A i ʻole hiki iā ʻoe ke hāʻawi DK New Media he kāhea ... ka ʻoihana nāna ua hoʻonui i kāna iho Search Engine Traffic e 84% over the last 7 months. It's your choice!

The lesson, of course, is to ‘trust but verify'. Just because a self-proclaimed expert has a blog, a company or even a book, does not make them an expert. Results make them an expert!

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    ʻO wau kekahi 'kula kahiko' e like me Douglas a ua hōʻole wau i kēia manawa e kāhea iaʻu iho he loea ... a hiki i ka hoʻohālikelike ʻana i kaʻu hana a me nā hopena i kēlā poʻe i kapa ʻia he loea a like me Douglas i pūʻiwa e nā hopena. Maʻemaʻe aia he PR a laila loaʻa nā hopena… a ʻaʻole hele pū lāua ʻelua.

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    Mahalo nui loa Ben! Ua hoʻohui maoli nā mea kākau hou i kahi tone i ke kamaʻilio ʻana ma The Marketing Technology Blog.

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    Kupaianaha ka nui o ka poʻe ma laila e kāhea iā lākou iho he poʻe loea SEO a laila ke hōʻiliʻili ʻoe i ka ʻikepili e pili ana i kā lākou pūnaewele ponoʻī, pono ʻoe e nīnau i nā nīnau no hea kāu hōʻike he loea SEO ʻoe?

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    Doug,

    KA PONO!

    A manaʻo:

    Pehea e pili ana i ka hōʻike ʻana i kahi mea hana a ʻelua paha i kahi mea kūʻai aku hiki ke hoʻohana aka Google Insights a i ʻole Alexa a me nā kiʻi paʻi ʻelua e hōʻoia i kāu mau helu i hiki iā lākou ke hana like ke nānā lākou e "hoʻolimalima" i kā lākou loea SEO aʻe, hoʻomohala waihona, etc.

    E aʻo aku iā lākou e pili ana i ka lawaiʻa ʻana e ʻike i kahi hopu maikaʻi e like me ʻoe.

    ʻO PR vs ʻepekema ʻoiaʻiʻo kahi mea maikaʻi e hāʻawi aku i nā mea kūʻai aku.

    Ke aloha!

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