The list post is the second most used content format by bloggers. It is simple to create and easy to read, which is good for both bloggers and their readers. The problem is that for most list post topics, because of the mass adoption by bloggers, there is also plenty of competition. This makes it vitally important that you use the list post SEO tactics that are proven to work.
This is a must listen to episode, so get ready to take some notes.
Here's the link to my free masterclass webinar:
This is a post framework that is really easy to knock out and delivers big time income.
One of the most effective ways to build domain authority and boost all of your Google rankings is to publish pillar posts.
Here's the link to my latest masterclass:
In this episode, I will teach you how pro bloggers quickly recover lost rankings that occur from content decay.
Once you are on the first page of Google for a specific topic, sometimes it only takes a few adjustments to move from number 7 to the coveted top 3 positions in Google. In the latest stats, the number 7 position in Google search results receives 4% of the clicks. The number one spot receives 31% of the clicks. That means if you move from number 7 to number one, the traffic that your blog will receive will increase by almost 800%.
This week, Search Engine Journal shared John Mueller’s insights on how long it takes to recover from a core algorithm update. John Mueller is Google’s top webmaster trends analyst. John also discussed what bloggers should do when they lose rankings after a core update.
In case you are not familiar with People Also Ask, it is a type of featured snippet that shows up on the first page of Google for different keyword searches. This snippet actually shows up in 50 percent of desktop searches and 66 percent of mobile searches.
Here's the special 30-day free trial link to this week's tool of the week:
Here are this week's cool findings and breaking news that bloggers need to know about
Here are the five image types that produce the most first page Google rankings.
In this episode, I am going to reveal some incredible findings from three of the latest studies on keyword research and first page Google rankings. One of which revealed 25,000 pages and posts that were getting over 5000 monthly organic visitors.
Here's the link to sign up to my latest free masterclass:
Here's the link to this week's exclusive piece of Inner Circle content:
When it comes to blogging you need to know these. Here is the link to this week's special inner circle content:
I spent a month creating the content for this masterclass, and it is loaded with actionable growth hacks that will help take your blog to the next level. This masterclass is completely free, and I recommend that you take an hour out of your week to sit down in front of a computer to watch it. By the time the hour is up, you will know things that only a few of the most elite pro bloggers in the world understand. Go here to sign in to get instant access:
In this episode, I let you know the word count that has been proven to get the most engagement.
Backlinko recently conducted a research study that looked deeply at 11.8 million Google search results to determine which factors impact the first page of Google rankings. One of the areas they studied was if there was a correlation between URL length and Google rankings.
In this episode, I am going to teach you how I have been able to find quality writers on Fiverr for a fraction of the cost that most pro bloggers pay for content. Not every blogger needs to have a staff of writers, but it is always good to have at least one writer on call. The reason for this is that there are going to be occasional life events that prevent you from being able to write for weeks or months at a time. On those occasions, having a writer to help do the research along with the first draft will be a lifesaver.
Your blog name is very, very important. It will play a role in how many people will read it and share it. It can also impact how much money your blog will make. In the next 8 minutes, I will reveal a simple process that will help you come up with an amazing name for your blog.
I am going to teach my special growth hack for getting a single post to rank on the first page of Google for over a thousand different keywords.
Here's a link to the Ahrefs "Also Rank For" study:
This episode will break down the latest findings from Ahrefs that reveals a segment of pages and posts that take only 61 days to get to the first page of Google. In contrast, the average post takes 2 to 3 years to make it to the first page of Google search.
Here is the link to the research study:
By the time this episode is over, you will be an expert on featured snippets and be equipped with 7 simple tactics to get your posts to rank for hundreds of first page snippets.
Here is the link to ahrefs study on featured snippets:
You can go here to set up your ahrefs account:
In this episode, I will be teaching you 4 Title tag tactics that will move your posts up in the Google rankings.
These tactics come directly from the top SEO experts at ahrefs, via this amazing blog post:
To sign up to ahrefs, go here: