by Theodore Nwangene
Most bloggers and website owners dream of ranking in Google’s top 10 for their chosen keywords.
But only a few makes that dream a reality.
Worst of all, a lot of them are on the verge of quitting, because they’re sick and tired of not appearing even in the top 100 position in the SERPs even when they’ve done everything they could.
Tell me if this sounds familiar:
You think you’re doing everything right, yet, you’ve never gathered up to 1,000 unique per month, and only a few, or none of your posts are getting search traffic.
Here’s the thing…
…If none of your posts are getting anywhere from a little to a couple thousand search visits per month; then you’re absolutely doing something wrong.
The landscape of SEO has transformed dramatically in the last couple of years. Even as it transforms, a lot remains the same. So far, it has been quite challenging to see a lot of colleagues and friends approach me with their search engine optimization frustrations. Everyone keeps complaining about the same thing…
- I have a good looking blog
- I update my blog frequently
- I conduct keyword research before writing each post
- I add relevant images to my posts
- I added my primary keyword in the articles H1 tag
- blah blah blah.
After all these things, I don’t know why my content is never showing up in the search engines.
Unfortunately, this frustration often results in many people giving up on their quest to make money from the internet. The public sentiment of search engine optimization is never very positive. Everyone needs search traffic, but only a few understand how it works.
Now, if you’re among the people often complaining about not getting search traffic, bring your seat closer because I’ve got something interesting and helpful to share with you today. After reading this post, you’ll understand why your search traffic tanks, and what to do about it immediately to turn things around for the better.
If you’re ready…
…I’m ready too.