What’s the difference between SEO Copywriting and Copywriting?
Is there a difference in Content Strategy?
A difference in the style of writing?
And ultimately, what makes each one significant?
Search intent is one of the most important factors to consider when you’re trying to rank for any keyword on Google. Besides learning how to utilize search intent for keyword research, you should also know how to develop your articles around it. Take note that the more relevant your content is to a user’s search intent, the higher you can rank on the SERPs. To help you do just that, today I will be showing you how to make search intent optimized blog content.
It’s all too easy to ignore long-form content. With services like Twitter and Vine attracting millions of users every day, with GIFs and memes running rampant across the internet, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the art of long-form writing is dying out. I’ve been working as an SEO copywriter for a couple of years now, and when I first started I was told that all pieces that I produced, whether a blog post, and article or a press release, needed to be at least 500 words but never any more than 800.
When you’re writing a story or an article, you make sure to give your users a great read. You make sure that the story’s great. The grammar is impeccable. The facts are all sorted out. In SEO Copywriting, you take all that and mix it with a great user experience – making sure that User Activity within that page sends a positive signal to Google.
Writing is one of the things I love doing in life. I discovered this just shortly after I discovered how much I love singing. When I was a kid, I’d write out stories and short-novels of superheroes and fantasies I’ve always dreamed of being in. Some people say writing is a gift, some say writing is a skill. How different can SEO Copywriting be?
Content is becoming a solid, sure-win strategy approach to SEO. Cornerstone content is becoming a vital necessity to attract word of mouth links. Value in content is becoming more and more competitive. Writing style matters in user experience. So how exactly should you structure your content strategy to leverage your site’s SEO?
So many published content in the web today – it is an infinite sea of words. Do we need another SEO article published from SEO Hacker when there are so many SEO articles to choose from already? Why don’t you just sit back and relax Sean – we have more than enough publishers choking out content about SEO.
Content, content, content – aren’t you ever contented? The web today is a place where content is vast, and many, to an almost infinite degree. Even in SEO we argue that content is the way to go – and it is. If you want to keep it clean and strong for the long run.
People always think that SEO is all about being a suck-up for search engines in order for them to rank you well in the search engine results page. Well it doesn’t work that way. At least not anymore.
Search engines are machines. They’re a set of codes created and piloted by search engineers. In the end, they only follow the logic and reasoning of human beings. And in the end, human beings only consider what is human to be a win.