we are going to describe 3 ways to avoid using bad Content in SEO
Search engine marketing and content marketing – like smiles and straw or bitter enemies?
When I was asked that when you work more about SEO and optimize your blog a lot on search engines, then do you not waste your content?
Search engine optimization vs content spontaneous reaction was not just “No”,
but “No for a thousand – SEO does not harm your content”.
This was his view on the fact that I was constantly working on the new algorithm of SEO
But then I started thinking. And think a little more.
Soon, my so grounded attitude began to lean more towards “Hmm… sometimes maybe it does in some circumstances…”.
Unfortunately, flies around a lot of nonsense when it comes to search engine marketing out there,
and here are three situations where I think the big naughty
SEO monster is raping itself on the poor content that has not harm:
An Inexperienced SEO Copywriter is Behind the Poor Content
When content is written by an inexperienced copywriter, the first situation arises.
Most of the keyword-packed content
I read comes from article writers who equate keyword-optimized texts with a bunch of keywords separated by commas.
The author’s requirements specification states that The article must be 500 words and that the keywords
must appear in the text at least 30 times – so that is exactly what he or she delivers.
In these cases,
The copywriter does not have enough knowledge to be able to train his client in the SEO’s ABC,
so therefore the person’s contribution to our common web sadly becomes keyword-packed lubrication.
The Content Has Written Only For The Search Engines
The position number split occurs when the article/blog post/FAQ page is written for search engines only, and the website owner doesn’t care whether anyone is reading it or not.
This technique is often used by companies that want to be seen for a competitive search phrase and everyone is willing to write articles focused on this search phrase.
Unlike an article written by an inexperienced SEO copywriter,
which in any case makes sense to read, these texts are often full of grammatical errors and often completely incoherent.
Sometimes you may even have Google Translate do the work. You see this kind of pointless junk articles all over the web, but you’ve probably never read any, have you? Because why would you waste time on it?
Keyword Usage Goes Wrong
The final situation is when the person behind the article goes astray and decides to put each keyword in italics or bold.
And then crowns his work by including a nice little list of “related keywords” at the end of the article.
In this way, drowning your texts in various – and sometimes random,
bold and italicized keywords makes the page in principle impossible – or at least very difficult – to read.
So after dealing with these three breaches of search engine optimization commandments,
It’s worth adding, Smart SEO does not ruin your content.
Smart SEO enhances this and makes it easier for your content to be found in search engines and shared on social media, So if you are a fan of the art of creating content that attracts both search engines and people.
you are sitting on a real wealth that you can greatly benefit from.
But on the other hand, stupid SEO can harm your content. And also your conversions.
Less is more, as they say, and constantly repeating a keyword will not suddenly turn your text into “quality content”. And I do not think you ever thought so either.
In this context, it is also possible to draw a parallel to copy that people consider being too “salable”.
There are ways to subtly include a call to action
It is in a friendly manner that leads the visitor to the next step in the buying process. And then there’s a (less good) way where you almost knock buy messages into visitors’ heads with hypocritical language and exaggerated promises.