SEO Tips For The Work At Home Mom

5 years ago
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I have to be honest with you all, I just found out what SEO stood for earlier this year! It stands for Search Enging Optimization (SEO).  I never understood the importance of a few key things to put into place every time I publish a blog post. The internet is an ever changing space and a few things have changed when it comes to getting found online. Now that you work at home and have a website/blog, how do you drive traffic to your site?

 Here are a few SEO Tips To Follow

1. Write intriguing content.

The biggest turn off is when you go to a blog and its boring. Your content should be intriguing, informative AND show cases your personality. For example, if you are a food blogger and you never take pictures of your food and our post is very dry with just the recipe included. Chances are people will skim right over it and never come back to your site. Take pictures of your wonderful creations, talk about how delicious it is AND show off your personality and how much fun you are having in the kitchen! Your audience will be drooling at the mouth to make your recipe. Then you have a follower for life!

2. Choose Creative Headlines

This is so important because the title will be one of the first things to draw in an audience. They will... READ MORE HERE!

Stephanie Person ~ Rockin Mompreneur

www.StephPerson.com

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