3 Surprising SEO Hacks for Writers Who Hate SEO

3 Surprising SEO Hacks for Writers Who Hate SEO

Reader Comments (8)

  1. I’m not sure I have the words to tell how much this article has impacted on me. I’ve already started implementing some of these tips, but I’ll keep this post handy as I tick off the others. Thank you!

  2. Branding your name is one of the best practices I tell all marketers. And when it comes to SEO, it’s best if you have yourname.com as that will help you a lot with branding and ranking on Google when someone searches your name. Thank you for the article.

  3. I use a pen name when I write but I am not on the first page of Google when I search my pen name. I can see my pen name identity on the second page of Google though.

    With your advice hopefully I can move up to the first page. Thank you for this article.
    R.G. Ramsey

  4. I like to focus on my brand name, and make my pen name a secondary aspect of my blogs.

    My mind gets yanked in different directions so I have to work on multiple blogs at once.

    I use different names and writing styles on each one.

    Maybe it is just ADHD, but it works for me.
    Khun Greg

  5. Thanks for the great tips! I wasn’t into SEO either when I first got into content marketing, but now I genuinely enjoy doing keyword research. Who would have guessed?

  6. When I start a new blog, it will definitely be with my own name as my brand name. Never thought of that option before, because I thought no one would be interested in me as a person, just as the brand I’ve created. Turns out I was wrong. Thanks for sharing this!

  7. Very insightful tips as I start my blogging journey through my digital storytelling site. I understand the importance of SEO and following the process for greater results. I also try to use wordpress SEO plugins to automate and save time.

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