Learn SEO the no-BS way.
Follow the exact processes and frameworks that I use to achieve results for my clients.
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Let me dispel common SEO concerns.
Search engines have no obligation to promote your website to their users. They set the rules and if you want to gain organic visitors from search engines, you will have to play by their rules.
Your site is probably not ranking because of the following reasons:
- You have failed to deliver valuable information that is better than the competitors.
- Or you have setup your website in such a way that you have made it difficult for search engines to crawl and render the information found on your webpages.
- Or your website simply lacks trust signals.
As a start, I recommend that you do a site audit to look for common technical SEO issues. I’ve dedicated an entire section where you can follow the exact steps I take to diagnose crawling, rendering and indexing issues.
Second, take a honest look at your website’s content. Is it mostly promotional content? Does most of webpages try to sell something to the user? Have you put effort into educating your audience as they look for a solution?
Lastly, use third-party link tools such as Semrush, Serpstat, Majestic of Ahrefs to see how much of a gap your site has in terms of backlinks compared to ranking competitors.
You will find the reason(s) why your site isn’t ranking in the details.
Yes! Yes you can!
You don’t need to know how to code to research and author useful information.
You don’t need to know how to code to perform a technical SEO audit on your site.
You’ll be fine. You’ve got this! I believe in you.
Search engines such as Google are constantly evolving to give their users a better experience on the SERPs.
SEO is one of those things that require hands-on experience. You will never truly know if something works for you until you try it and measure it across time.
As an SEO consultant, I’m still learning.
You will never know all the things. I certainly don’t!
But once you have a solid foundation on what search engines want and how you can give them what they want, SEO becomes less overwhelming.
You’re going to need real data for your website. You’ll get these from Google Search Console and Google Analytics.
To make sense of who is ranking and why, all you need is to look at the SERPs. There are some third-party tools such as Ahrefs, SurferSEO, Semrush and Chrome extensions that can make analysis quicker.
No. Google and other search engines do not use metrics generated by third-party tools. This includes Domain Rating (DR) and URL Rating (UR) from Ahrefs, Domain Authority (DA) and Page Authority (PA) from Moz, Trust Flow (TF) and Citation Flow (CF) from Majestic, and Authority Score (AS) from Semrush.
These tools try to mimic how Google ranks webpages based on a number of variables.
Use these metrics sparingly as an indicator, not as gospel.
SEO is not a sales channel. If you’re not making enough sales from your business, I suggest that you fix that as a priority.
If you’re afraid of losing money, then the learning modules and processes I provide here will help you gain enough understanding of what SEO is so that you can hire the right person.
Learn as much as you can so that you can hire the right person or agency.
By doing so, you will be able to filter out bad operators.