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SEO Tips for Beginners: 6 Quick, Easy and Basic Wins

SEO, also known as Search Engine Optimization, can be a difficult subject to wrap your mind around. A Google search for “SEO” returns almost 500 million search results. This is more information than any one person could attempt to read in their lifetime. Problem is, a lot of that information on SEO tips for beginners is out-of-date or just not relevant to the needs of a beginner trying to get some quick and easy wins. I’m going to outline the absolute best SEO tips for beginners by focusing on SEO basics for 2018. This will give you actionable SEO strategies that you can use right now to improve, or even begin getting, precious website traffic by getting your site discovered and to rank higher in Google’s search results. For those of you hungry after reading this we also have a more comprehensive set of SEO tips for small businesses along with a buyers guide to SEO packages to help you effectively outsource your SEO. Here are six super simple SEO tips for beginners to help you optimi…

Add or Claim Your Business on Google My Business

Google My Business (GMB) is a free business directly listing website that was created and maintained by Google that businesses small and large use to manage their company’s information across Google Search and Google Maps. Huge importance is place on maintaining your business’ information — specifically your Name, Address and Phone Number (NAP) — accurate and up-to-date is a way for potential consumers to discover your company and gives Google the correct information to display to users searching for your type of business or for your business specifically. In addition, claiming and optimizing your Google My Business listing can also increase your odds to appear in the much sought after Google Local 3-Pack:
It’s super important that you know and understand that if you just set up a basic Google My Business (GMB) listing for your business won’t guarantee that you’ll appear in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages), but it will help Google know the correct information to show regarding y…