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How to SEO your articles or website: part-2

Updated on January 21, 2014

One of the things that many writers worry about, is if they are concentrating enough on making their articles SEO friendly. SEO or search engine optimization is a way to not only help a website or article get more traffic, but get indexed on search engines faster.

There are many writer that work hard on a few articles every week. This is mostly because writers want to make sure that their articles get indexed in Google faster. SEO is not a hard concept to follow at all, it is really only about choosing the right keywords for the specific article and driving hard traffic into it.

Many writers think that they will get a lot of traffic to their articles because they write on several writing sites. This can perhaps be true, but the reason why people are not earning as much money from Adsense is not because they are not getting clicks, but because they are not getting traffic to their website/blog or articles.

Here's a few things that can be done:

  • When you are working on an article make sure you take your time and write out everything you want on that single piece. SEO is all about information and rich content. It really does not matter if you have several articles on a single subject, if none of the articles are getting enough traffic.
  • SEO is all about filling articles or websites with information so that it is easy for other people to read it and find it. The best thing to do is to work on the website or article and marketing it or promoting it in as many social bookmarking sites as possible!
  • The great thing about SEO is how much traffic it helps you get. This is the reason so many writers find success in content mills such as Hubpages, Triond and Helium. You can write about any topic and get paid in two ways. The thing about SEO is that sometimes writing just doesn't help an article get as much traffic because there are so many other articles out there. If you want to get traffic, you have to focus on topics that provide the most amount of high paying keywords on google adsense.

Submitting your articles and your websites to your google search engine is also an excellent way to promote your articles seeing as how hundreds of people log on every day and check out the latest news. Make sure that you work on your writing every day and to constantly talk about topics that are interesting to others!


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    • Jessi10 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jessica Rangel 

      6 years ago from Lancaster, CA

      Thank you for your comment! I am working on fixing a few Hubs to make them easier to get to!

      Thank you for the suggestion!

    • alocsin profile image


      6 years ago from Orange County, CA

      Excellent tips, although I'd suggest putting a link to part 1, so readers can read that part as well. Voting this Up and Useful.

    • reg5566 profile image


      7 years ago from Santa Clarita, Ca.

      Great information Jessi. I never though of it that way, I just looked for keywords not the highess paying ones



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