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What to do If I can't hire a SEO Specialist or a Webmaster for your SEO needs?
Any tips or tricks?
There is Google to help you out always and also there are free courses and videos available on Google and YouTube to learn the basics of SEO. You can always rely on YouTube for some good video lessons and try to grasp the basics of what might be necessary to having a great website.
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You could find a website where you can complete small tasks for points, then you can pay the audience to do traffic search for you on Google. That's how I promoted my blog once.
Nowadays, YouTube is a go to go website to know anything under the sun. Aside from that, you may go ahead and browse Google for the information you need. Google Trends, BrowSeo and a lot more are just around the corner for your disposal.
I agree with you. Though, I cannot answer the question directly, I can only say that there are answers online. All you have to do is search them.
Just go search online. You'll see many different websites that will teach you basic SEO and how to maximize your SEO potential. There are also tutorials on Youtube on how to SEO-optimize your website.
There are a lot of guides and tutorials that you can easily find online about SEO. You might want to do more research about it before starting out and trying it for yourself, after all, it's better to be prepared rather than start something without knowing anything about it. Here's a sample link click me. Good luck!
I think some of the simple steps can show you on page SEO can be done for free without anyones help. For example meta tags, title and description and keywords can be added easily for free on your website. You can also add the other elements like sitemap and robots.txt. Those files can be easily added to your website and it does not require any money. This type of simple on page seo can be done for free.
Research is the first step. Look at the top competitors and mirror what they are doing as a basis point. After you do this let things settle down with the search engines, then tweak what you did to try and beat the competition. Note, every time you do a change it is important to wait to see what results occurred. Take a scientific approach and test every thing that you do.
Start with quality backlinks from high page rank and high domain authority and also drive traffic from social media and other quality websites. A nice little secret to get good traffic from real people interested in your products or services is to do multiple press releases with key words that are not the best of the best. The reason here is that a press release with a secondary key word will keep your release on the first page of Google for a long time. I personally have done this and have had my press release stay on the first page of Google, because of the second tier key word for well over 8 months. The cheap cost of a press release paid for itself many time over. You will have to write a quality PR that doesn't sound to sales orientated. A good way to do this is write and article that offers readers comparison of top 10. You can also write in the third person so it reads and sounds like a reporter wrote the article.
I hope this give you a quick jump start.
Almost everything I've had to learn has been on google or youtube. Youtube is a great resource and I believe you can learn and rely only on your skills rather than hiring other people. You won't get it right at first but with practice, you will become confident and better at it and you might even end up listing it as a skill and have other people hire you to help them.
There are lots of ways you can learn this by using Youtube and Google. For example, the other day I learned that copywriting also affects SEO, and I was surprised at the different ways you can influence your promotion. The specter is really broad, I think from a single image to a single word... It could be tiring and discouraging sometimes to think about all the variables, so I'd recommend focusing on one at a time, you'll be able to implement more stuff as you learn.
You don't necessarily need money to do SEO. However, if you don't hire anyone to do some of the tasks for you, then you'll have to spend your own time optimizing your website, which can sometimes get tedious.
There are plenty of free resources that explain how SEO works and what you can do to get started. You can do on-site SEO, such as improving your site's internal linking structure, ensuring that all pages load properly and so on.
You'll also have to work on improving your site's content by regularly adding information that is highly relevant to your niche and useful to the reader.
Use a free SEO audit tool for your website. It's a good start.
I am with the comments above. It is true that there are a lot of answers online with YouTube and Google.
If you mean you are the one to do the SEO methods for your website then go for it. The first step is to make a list of articles for your contents because you need to upload new contents at least twice a week. When uploading the new content you have to add relative keywords that will be a description of the content. Next is the promotion which you can post in social media. Don’t forget to include the link of the web page for the new content. That will do for now.