Is it a catchy title, fancy SEO or what?
Anyone know where to order a website life jacket?
Do you know what an SEO is?
This writer hasn’t a clue!
Learning to market and use SEOs is just one of the many things writers are faced with everyday.
In fact the more I write, the more I discover writers need to wear many hats.
Writers need to market what we write, whether it’s a blog post, a children’s book or a 600 page novel. If we want people to buy it, we have to sell it. It seems writing is also a business of sorts.
Writers have to be editors, before we send it to a proper editor. Writers have to be illustrators before we hire someone who can draw. And the list goes on.
Neil Patel said, “Your content marketing campaign will fail unless you integrate SEO.”
Read more at Business2Business. At his blog, Kissmetrics.com, he explains that marketing your blog is like having a conversation between two people. SEO meets Content. Their conversation gets Google’s attention.
Nope, still don’t understand.
Hey, but the Cowboys still look just as hot.
Steve Masters lists 5 Ways To Come Up With Original Blog Post Ideas Over at the business 2 business community blog.
So SEO and Branding are two jobs I’m just going to let dust cover for now. These two things are just way over my head.
How about you guys? Any of you pros at this SEO and Branding stuff?
Did this help? Anyone? Anyone still there?
All this info made my head hurt. I need a glass of Merlot. I’m going to go find something to do now that will let my brain rest. Maybe watch Judge Judy.