Nothing wrong with reading all that stuff, but I don't. The thing about search engines such as google,
they change what they do and how they do it, all the time.
What I discovered many years ago that still works fine for me, is to ignore everything you read about seo.
I think the best thing anyone can do is firstly to never let a site go.
In other words, if you have a blog or a specific website, never take it down.
The first website I ever put online, is still online today. It's been online for 12 years or more.
It's a terrible domain name too. So the first thing is to choose a good domain name and good title for your site
Longevity seems to be a big key in most everything online.
The second thing is to make sure your keywords really do match up with the content.
If you are focusing a lot on ClixSense, make sure you put 'clixsense' in your meta tags.
The third thing is to in fact have a lot of solid content.
The fourth I believe is to use a lot of extras but don't over do it and make sure what you do makes
sense that you do it. What I mean is bold
, and so on,
specific words and sentences. Use examples when possible.
The bottom-line is to just think of it like you would a paper you have to write in school....only more
Then, everything else you create, put your main link on those pages.