SEO content often gets a bad rep for being keyword-stuffed and written for search engines only. Well, we’re here to show you there’s much more to it than keywords. Read on to find out in detail what SEO-friendly content really is, what us SEO content writers are really after, and how to write good SEO content step by step.
The myth among some marketers that perfect content doesn’t need SEO is, simply, a myth. Creating original, thought-provoking and engaging content is the basis of optimization, and likewise, SEO is strategized around Content Marketing.
Creating a content calendar is one of those things you procrastinate on doing and when you finally do, you see it wasn’t as complicated as you thought it’d be.
You can spend hours browsing the internet or reviewing your existing content just to find an idea on what to write, OR you can have it planned already neatly in your content calendar. What’s left is only to start writing.
So, I finished my studies, had my share of traveling, exploring, and living a life with little to no responsibilities. Being 22, it was now time for me to start adulting. And that meant finding a place decent enough to deserve eight hours of my day, where I could be useful in, challenged by, and appreciated in. (One might say I have high standards, but I think when it comes to things you invest time on – friendships, love, work – you should never settle.) Simply said, I had to find a job.