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Lately, we've been discussing SEO copywriting. We've discovered that our readers should be our first priority, seen what readers are looking for in our content, and learned how to optimize our content to make sure it's found. But let's be honest—that's a lot to keep track of. So to simplify the process, here's a list … Continue reading SEO Copywriting: 13 Questions to Ask Before You Publish Your Content
Last week, we discussed what SEO copywriting is and why you should write for your readers first, not search engines. Patterning your writing after the reader-focused methods we discussed is a big part of SEO copywriting, but it doesn't quite take your SEO efforts far enough. This week, we'll look at the final steps for optimizing your … Continue reading SEO Copywriting: What to Do After You Write
Yes, you read that right. You need to optimize your content for your readers before you optimize it for search engines. Keyword-stuffed copy that's backed with no reader-friendly strategy will just give your site a high bounce rate. You can't just focus on getting people to your site; you must also focus on converting them once … Continue reading SEO Copywriting: Why Your Readers Should Come First