Have you ever wondered whether more content is better than less? Keep reading. This infographic will address your concern. It will help you understand what Google takes into consideration as far the length of the content is concerned.
Take your time to read through and share this with fellow bloggers as I try to help demystify SEO and hopefully clear the air.
I know there are many more mistakes and misconceptions, but demystifying these eight will get you a head start.
Please let us know in the comments if you have any other myths or counter-agreements to share. Our readers would love to read what you have to say.
Infographic by StructuredSEO
SEO is the most talked about term by web entrepreneurs.
It holds the key to business success if you are able to use it properly. A powerful medium that you can use to bring your business to the world. It provides a perfect opportunity for your customers to find you.
Mastering SEO is more of an art than a science. It’s proven to have a higher return on market investment (ROI) than many other marketing strategies.
Your business is more strategically placed in front of targeted and informed users, and it takes less to convince them that they require the services or products you are offering.
The more your business ranks highly on the search engines, the more credible it becomes in the eyes of the customers.
The sad thing, however, is that SEO is highly misunderstood. Everybody has their own opinion when it comes to the techniques that help optimize your blog.
Google already does an excellent job in keeping the webmasters on their toes.
On top of that there are many ‘SEO experts’ who just love to spread myths that have made many would be successful businesses confused, and therefore disregard the use of SEO and lose faith in it.