SEO Blog Site Structure for Enhanced UEO
Now that title may make absolutely no sense what so ever to people who haven’t been following this Blog recently and who haven’t heard about what we are doing here on the website. You may not have had the opportunity to learn about the changes to enhance both User Experience Optimization (UEO) and to Search Engine Optimize my blog or (SEO Blog). So it all may be sounding a little alien to you.
If you had been following the SEO Blog updates you would know that yesterday we rolled out the first of several new changes coming to the site to enhance user friendliness and to optimize everything for a better user experience.
It is ultimately what Google is after with the Panda updates and the more I continue to learn the more I see the light in how to provide for customers and to optimize for search engine ranking as well.
That has basically been the undertaking for the site this week. Yesterday we rolled out the new SEO Blog resource page which is an awesome SEO user station for anyone who needs a great one stop destination for their standard SEO needs.
The best part of it is it’s a totally free resource for everyone. It’s the first resource I recommend you utilize before surfing all over the web for hours and days, or the weeks it could take you to assemble such a simple, logical, and useable repository of information.
I hope that everyone on the team and people just stopping in will get into it, and that they will mine it deeply for all the juicy morsels it contains that are designed to enhance your SEO Blog marketing experience.
Naturally of course the best option is to come closer to the core training and advanced strategies that will only be available by opting in for some deeper level training on Success, Online MLM Marketing, SEO, etc. that you will be exposed to by filling out the form on this website. Might I encourage you to do so? Use the Web Form available at the top of any page on the site.
But back to what I was saying… When you have worked through all the information on the new SEO Guide Resource page you will start getting all kinds of new ideas on how to utilize the information better. You’ll begin to understand and structure you site in ways that take advantage of the principles that drive ranking factors in the post Panda world.
To top it off the updates we are making to the site just make sense.
So if I can coach you here for a minute it goes something like this… How can you find ways to create greater user interaction at your website, get people to stay longer and view more content, and have that content readily accessible at their fingertips when they need it before they even know they wanted it?
How can you better target you keywords for your content and then provide the best content and user oriented experience possible for your user so they stay on your page longer getting to know you. How can you naturally encourage, going deep and viewing the pages and content deep in your site, rather than bouncing somewhere else on the net or worse yet to a competitor site?
Then on top of it all how do you make the experience interactive, simple, easy, and fun for them to share it, save it, bookmark it, and syndicate the awesome experience they just had at your site across the web?
It may sound elementary to someone very advanced at this game, but how do you do it better is a question for every one of every size and experience level.
Those are just some of the questions you need to be asking yourself, not only because it is good business and makes sense like I said earlier, but also because the data your visitors browsing experiences convey to Google about your site and the user experience encountered there are going to be extremely valuable to you in the long run.
Take that to mind as you evaluate your own web presence, and as you glean over the information and valuable resources on the new “SEO Online” page on this SEO Blog Site.