Search engine optimization is incredibly important for marketers. When you optimize your web pages — including your blog posts — you’re making your website more visible to people who are looking for keywords associated with your brand, product, or service via search engines like Google.

But it can be a pretty tricky tactic to master with Google’s copious algorithm updates.

How do you know what matters and what doesn’t? What are today’s blog SEO best practices, and what’s considered “old-school”? How on earth can you keep it all straight? Is your head spinning too? I have a few tips on how SEO can help boost your blog traffic as well as learning a few tricks from the SEO master, Daniel Anton.

Learning all this can be overwhelming, but for someone like Daniel Anton, it can come with ease. He began tinkering with computers when he was 15 and after leaving the US army, he became a digital marketer and has made fortunes from this. He developed various programs with search engine optimization intent and BacklinkdIndexer which helps bloggers and website owners to index their pages in searches like Google, Bing and Yahoo.

How SEO Boosts Your Blog + Tips From Expert Daniel Anton

He really transformed an idea into reality and services and that involves a lot of creativity, determination and stamina. BacklinkIndexer not only helps index these links but also in building your links to your pages from websites to improve your sites ranking. For example, thinking of the headline or title of your blog post will be a search engine’s and reader’s first step to determining if your content is relevant and able to include key words. It’s vital to put them within your title, as in within the first 65 characters of your headline, where Google cuts off on search engine result pages.

Long title? When you have a lengthy headline, it’s a good idea to get your keyword in the beginning since it might be cut off in SERPs towards the end, which can take a toll on your post’s perceived relevancy. In the example below, we had a long title that went over 65 characters, so we front-loaded it with the keyword we were trying to rank for: “on-page SEO.”

Another way to boost your traffic is using topic clusters. This is the way more blogs are currently structured, including our own blogs, until recently but bloggers and SEOs have worked to create individual blog posts that rank for specific keywords. They can become disorganized and hard for the user to find the exact information he or she needs to locate. It also results in your own URL competing against one another in search engine rankings when you have multiple blog post about similar topics.

If you’re unsure about these tips, why not try looking into RankCrew, Daniel Anton’s amazing website that offers quality link building services at extremely affordable rates. It focuses as a wholesaler, supporting web designers and SEO marketing agencies who resell these RankCrew services to their own clients.

If you want to learn more about Daniel follow him on his social media channels; Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

What tips do you have to help boost your blog?