1. Give a kick
Albert Einstein quote: “Weakness of attitude becomes a weakness of character”
Great SEO is actually about giving a big kick.
Below are some tips that are helpful for a good SEO:
- Decent content creation
- Upgrade New version of WordPress
- Earning links from high recommended sites
- Add more features markup
Google wants you to give a big kick because of
1) Good websites attracts everyone
2) Their job will be easier
So don’t have a weak attitude and don’t be a weak character.
2. Make a difference
Albert Einstein words “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried new “
In SEO, the goal posts don’t just move in same path – they always change; vibrant, appearance, form and colors. Always shifting is a good idea, we need to anticipate and stay ahead of curve. Making a difference, willing to try new things and experimenting is the way to succeed.
3. Get Ready and Start
Einstein quoted “The only thing that interferes with learning is my education”
Reading blogs are great to learn about SEO and gain theoretical knowledge. If you want actually learn about SEO then you must start doing.
4. Correct Yourself
Great Einstein words “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them”.
The point is, every once in a while, we all need to look up and assess what is actually going on and where we are heading. There’s nothing wrong with chipping away each month to move towards the eventual goals of the campaign but mindless drudging without a thought for the impact your actions are having is quite frankly insane.
5. Visualize the Big Picture
Nice words from Einstein “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts”.
Don’t count these things
Rather, you must count on these important things:
- Number of links
- PageRank/MozRank/[insert metric here]
- Potential traffic from a link (is it relevant traffic?)
Our Search engine optimization packages can really help you to attain a higher authority and better search engine results.
- The ‘quality’ of a link
- The ‘relevance’ of a link
- Transferred social proof