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The Three SEO Bosses

While search marketers might get bogged down worrying about high-quality content,

Successful link-building tactics, and technically sound sites,

In order to achieve results from SEO, we need to take a step back and look at the what and why.

All of your SEO methods feed into their needs, but they each require something different.

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Creating high-quality content, ensuring a good link-building strategy,

and ensuring your site is technically sound are all excellent SEO practices.

However, none of these would be as successful if you didn’t look at things from a strategic, broader perspective.

To put it simply, it implies that you must take a step back and examine

What you’re doing and why you’re doing it to get the desired results.

So, when it comes to SEO, there are three key pillars to consider.

They are known as the three SEO bosses.

So it’s your customers’ and search engines’ problem.

Each of these bosses has a unique set of requirements.

Boss #1: Your business

So let’s get down to business.

So these are the company’s requirements.

This is by no means an exhaustive list.

I’m sure there are things I’m overlooking.

So, if there are any items that you believe should be included, please leave a comment

and we can have a conversation so that we can all learn from one another.

But the point of this is to start you thinking about things from a

larger perspective before diving into techniques.

Key metrics and goals

So the first is the main measurements and objectives.

Any activity performed without a specific purpose is simply a pastime, which is acceptable.

If you want to conduct real SEO work, you must have a goal in mind.

I suppose you should look at your business goals to figure out what your aims are.

Then your marketing goals are determined, which in turn determines your SEO goals.

So, understand your KPIs, understand your priorities,

and that will tell you what your next actions should be.

So, for example, if your objective is to increase visitors,

you should focus more

on top-of-funnel content, such as an ultimate guide.

If you want to obtain more leads, you should look at your product comparison sites.

If your objective is to increase sales,

it may be time to start optimizing your product pages, for example.

So, always start with your core KPIs and goals and work your way up from there.

Competitors

As a result, you should think about your competitors as well.

Many individuals are well aware of who their

immediate rivals are in terms of product or service.

However, when it comes to SEO,

there are also informational rivals,

Which are individuals who are not doing

the same thing as you but give knowledge to your target audience.

So keep an eye on your competition as well.

Resources

The available resources

So consider your available resources in terms of time, cash, and staff.

If you don’t have time to handle SEO,

you might be able to outsource it.

If you don’t have the proper talent for link building,

you could choose to collaborate with a link-building agency.

So, before you decide what to do, always take stock of your resources.

Brand identity + recognition

The sorts of material you pursue are also determined by your brand’s identity and notoriety.

It makes no difference if the material has a lot of volumes or is fashionable.

It’s not a smart use of your time if it doesn’t connect with your brand in the long term.

Area of expertise

This is also closely connected to my area of expertise.

So, what do you know a lot about?

Try to rely on your knowledge.

If you lack the knowledge but want to give that information to your audience,

You may want to work with others who are more suited to that task so

that you may still meet your company and audience’s objectives.

Strengths

Strengths are closely connected to expertise

but in terms of what abilities and skills you have.

Are you better at conducting research and producing long-form material,

or are you better at producing items that go viral and resemble listicles?

Lean into your abilities and, when required,

work with individuals who can assist you with your weaknesses.

Time in business

The time in business is also the time you take for SEO.

A brand-new website is entirely different from a firm

That has been established for a long time, has a fantastic website,

but is only attempting to refresh, which is also different from a business

that has been there for a long time but doesn’t have a very good online presence.

All of these will have an impact on how you approach to content, link development, and ranking for difficult material.
So that’s your problem.
As I previously stated, I’m sure there are things I’m overlooking.
So I’m extremely interested in hearing what additional ideas you could have.

Boss #2: Searchers

So let’s have a peek at the searchers next.

So these are the individuals you serve as a business.

When it comes to searches,

the first thing to do is look at your persona.

So, what sorts of visitors are you hoping to attract to your website?

There is no purpose in generating any kind of material

if you don’t know who you’re attempting to attract with it.

Begin with the persona.

Search intent and relevance

After you’ve identified the persona,

you can examine the search intent and relevancy.

So, what exactly are they looking for?

The good news is that the solution is already available on your search engine results pages.

Do a fast search for your ideal term and you’ll get the results that the search engines

Judged to be the most relevant to what your audience is looking for, which fits the search intent.

After that, you’ll want to develop the appropriate material to fulfil the searcher’s purpose.

Topics, not keywords

When generating the content, concentrate on themes rather than keywords.

So gone are the days when you could just construct a page and fill it with as

Many keywords as you could and start ranking and making money.

It’s no longer as effective.

You simply want to look at each page on your site

that covers a topic on which you have a strong opinion.

While you’re at it, make sure you have the most

complete page that addresses that searcher’s purpose.

As a result, be the most complete page

that fulfils the searcher’s purpose based on a subject rather than keywords.

Psychological and socioeconomic factors

So, while generating content or developing a content strategy,

Keep in mind the emotional, psychological, social, and economic variables

That impact your audience.

It’s tempting to concentrate on data about your site’s traffic and wonder

What went wrong in terms of your rivals or other things.

But you might also want to take a step back and consider

What’s going on in your audience’s life,

such as what they’re dealing with right now.

So, over the last 18 months, every one of us has been affected by the epidemic.

As a result, people’s search habits have shifted.

Searches for terms like remote, things like delivery,

have increased in

The last few months, and this is due to societal issues impacting individuals.

It means they can’t do things they used to be able to do, so they’re having to adjust in new ways.

Always keep an eye on what’s going on with your audience and then respond properly.

Brand affinity and trust

People’s interactions with your site are also influenced by their brand affinity and trust.

People who are familiar with a brand are more inclined to trust it and interact with it.

So, if you’re a newer website or business, it may be a good idea to let
The content speak for itself rather than attempting to make your brand the centre of attention.

In contrast, for a larger brand, it may be a smart idea to do the reverse.

So, for example, a site like Amazon would benefit from having their brand name in
The title tag since people know their brand and can trust them and click on the site,

But for a brand-new website, it may be a good idea to not make it the focus of attention.

Trends and seasonality

Trends and seasonality are also important considerations.

If you see a drop in your SEO statistics, you might not be doing anything wrong.

It may be just the nature of the season.

So I’m sure some phrases, such as electronics, video games, and so on, would see an increase during the holiday season.

Then, maybe, by February or March, those searches will have subsided.

It does not imply that you are doing anything incorrectly.

It’s merely the change of seasons.

Boss #3: Search engines

Last but not least, there are search engines.

To win at SEO, you must first realize that search engines are companies as well.

Business model

So, for them to rank your site, it must be relevant to their business.

If you want to understand Google’s business strategy, there is a video on YouTube
That you should see.

It is titled “A Trillion Searches, No Simple Answers.”
It’s a fascinating film that takes you behind the scenes to see how

They think about things, what problems they face, and where they’re going in the future.

This would then allow you to predict where they may go next and respond accordingly.

For Google, I mean, ultimately, they are simply trying to give useful information to
Their searchers, which is from index-able sites, that provides a Pleasant experience, and, of course, that is relevant stuff.

 

Natural language processing

They place a high value on the relevant material.
That brings us to the next topic: NLP.

So every extra adjustment that Google has made in the last several years has been aimed toward
That objective of helping people find answers to things they search for naturally, essentially making search more human.

This enables them to assist users in finding relevant information by utilizing further advances in machine learning.

So, to do well in SEO, you must grasp what they are doing with these changes.

Examine the release notes.

Try to grasp what each change implies, and then tailor your material to that objective.

E-A-T

E-A-T stands for expertise, authority, and trust.

When it comes to sites about money or your life, Google is quite rigorous about this.

So there’s health, finance, and exercise, and so on.

As a result, ensure that your website is showing the signals that they require for this authority.

There are several materials available.

I wish I had more time to explain this, but we only have so much.

Links

I won’t go into too much detail about the links.
This is something that almost everyone in the SEO industry is aware of.

However, links are essentially digital word of mouth.
Obtaining backlinks is something that many people are aware of.

But, just as crucial as obtaining backlinks, you need also ensure that you are disseminating internal links.
So, in addition to connecting to pages on your site that are receiving a lot of traffic,

Make sure you’re also linking to pages on your site that aren’t getting as much traffic but are just as essential to you.

Conclusion

Last but not least, there will be continuing updates.
SEO is not dormant.

It is always changing.

It’s a moving target, and things are shifting.

Every day, dozens of changes are pushed out by the search engines.

So, as I mentioned, keep an eye on their business strategy, try to understand where they’re going, and attempt to forecast where they’re going.

Keep up with the updates and modify as needed.

But, sure, these are the three SEO bosses, and these are all that they require.

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