You probably keep hearing that you need to optimize your posts for Google. Or maybe you’ve been blogging for a while and learned a bit about SEO, but you’re still not sure if you’re doing it right. Well, then you’ve come to the right place.
I’ve been learning, implementing and teaching SEO since 2010. It has worked very well for me as I typically generate more than 500,000 page views per month on my site.
I’ve helped thousands of bloggers. And, one of the most common fears is that Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is hard. I’m here to tell you it’s not!
SEO is pretty logical once you “get it.” After that, it becomes rinse & repeat. My goal is to demystify the process and show you how simple it is to learn SEO.
I’ve coached more than 100 bloggers on SEO. Some have been brand new bloggers and some have been blogging for more than a decade but they all said to me, “Now I get this. It wasn’t as bad as I thought. You make it so straight forward, I wish I had learned this much sooner.”
That is a conservative estimate. And, if I had higher earning affiliates (I get a lot from Amazon), I could easily see that figure doubling. And, let me state for the record that I love Pinterest traffic. But, I absolutely adore SEO traffic!
Debbie Gartner’s SEO course is very informative and super easy to follow. Her insight and suggestions are sure to attract more traffic to my site and help me achieve my goals. Of the many courses I’ve taken in the last year, this should have been my course of action! Actually, it's the easiest course to follow that I have done to date.
Tori Watson, Essence of Your Health
Debbie's Easy on Page SEO made it SO clear to me exactly what I needed to be doing to get my site "seen" by Google. I hadn't thought about it before, but the way I naturally write was NOT google friendly. My site is only a few months old but it's already starting to see a few page-views here and there from google and I know it's because I'm doing SEO right from the start!
C.J. Richard, fairygardendiy.com
I’m not going to promise you a get rich quick solution. Slow and steady wins the race because SEO takes time. Once you have it though, it’s long lasting and fairly passive.
It won’t take you that much time to do the work (I just incorporate this method into the blog posts I’m doing…so maybe it takes an extra 30 minutes of work), but it can take a while before the search engines start to pay attention to your site.
If you get started now, it means that you will get closer to your end goal sooner. AND, it will save rework later.
Last year, I invested in learning Debbie’s SEO techniques and worked hard implementing them on my various websites. I had been doing it ALL wrong! Within a few months I started to see dramatic increases in traffic to my various sites. Some of my websites achieved 10X - 20X Google search traffic increases just from implementing SEO tactics that I learned from Debbie. The quality of the traffic coming to my sites from Google search is so much higher quality it has skyrocketed my income from the sites from $5,000 to $50,000+ a month! I could not be more grateful to Debbie for her excellent teachings. In my opinion, the books and courses that Debbie offers are the BEST investment that you can make for your blog or website traffic. - Russell Barbour, UnconventionalProsperity.com
Three and a half years ago, I found myself $238,000 in debt without a means of income. I had to turn my life around and figure out how to keep my home.
I decided to adapt and monetize my existing home décor blog. SEO has been the key to my success and I was able to couple this with affiliate marketing to generate over $20,000 a month in a bit over 2 years.
Over 80% of my affiliate income comes from SEO traffic. I have been consistently making over $20K per month for the last 15 months. Now, I’m down to just $18,000 in debt (yes, I’ve paid off $220,000 in debt…and I’m almost there).
SEO has been the key. SEO traffic is much easier to monetize (and to grow an email list) and it has a compounding effect over time. It is much more stable (and profitable) vs Pinterest and other social media (although a combo is ideal).
I started my blog on a shoe string budget (as all of my money was going to pay my mortgage and my debt), so I had to be clever about how to grow, and SEO has been the ticket.
Included in the ebook are two checklists:
These will help you optimize all of your posts going forward. Plus, use them to update older posts too!