10 Tips for Great SEO Copywriting in 2013 [Infographic]

We’ve come full circle with publishing content on the Internet. In the very beginning, it was all about the quality of the content. It didn’t take long for people to begin to tweak and modify their websites in order for the search engines to like them and feature them prominently in search results. And the Search Engine Optimization industry was born.

Today, we’re back to the point where the quality of content is what counts. SEO today is really quite simple and the arcane tactics that used to game the search engines are regularly and quickly dispatched. The team at ContentVerve.com have put together the following infographic that lists the common sense guidelines that will help you improve the quality of your content.

One of my favorite recommendations to businesses that are blogging is number 7: Answer your prospects’ questions. If you’re stuck for ideas, here are 10 suggestions for things to blog about.

Check out these 10 SEO Copywriting tips:

ContentVerve.com

 

  • http://problogreviews.com/write-great-content-with-the-copywriting-scorecard-for-bloggers/ Mark

    Hi, that’s a really nifty infographic! I just wouldn’t be so sure on the future role of Google+ – it is still pretty stale in comparison with Facebook.

    • http://marionjacobson.com Marion Jacobson

      The way things have developed with Google+ joining the social network scene with Facebook, it looks like people are using the two platforms in very different ways. The recently launched new dashboard for Google+ is a nice upgrade for businesses who use Google products.

  • http://www.marketingbyweb.com Chris Mayhew

    Great infographic Marion. So pleased to see that writing for humans is right up there at number 1. So many people totally forget a bit this when they start doing this for SEO purposes. Got to agree with your comment about Google+ too; it’s only going to get bigger.

    • http://marionjacobson.com Marion Jacobson

      Thanks Chris, I couldn’t agree more!

  • JoelB

    FYI the Tilde operator is being canned by Google.

    • http://marionjacobson.com Marion Jacobson

      Yeah, that was one I never remembered to use, but it was a cool way to search for synonyms. Here’s what Seach Engine Land recently said about it.