How to Setup a Content Posting Schedule for DIY SEO #DIYSEO
Now that all you have selected your targeted keywords and ordered your content, it’s time to organize the incoming dynamic and static content. First you need to organize your dynamic content that you will be using for your blog posts. Next step is the organization and posting of the static pages. Static pages should be posted in congruent with the related blog post (more on posting static pages in Month #3 of DIY SEO by Nine0Media).
Setting up Your Dynamic Content Posting Schedule, Blog Posts:
- First, setup your dynamic content or blog post categories. Use keywords within the categories when possible.
- Use 1 category per blog post. Use the category that best represents the posted content.
- Make sure to post your dynamic content or blog posts at least 2 times a week minimum. Once a day is recommended.
- Spread out your content, never over saturate your blog posts by over posting to 1 Category.
- Never post duplicate content from another source. If you must quote from anther source make sure to provide a reference or link.
- Try to avoid over posting. Over posting can be posting content just to strengthen a keyword or keyword phrase. Post relative content that is current and something to capture your readers attention.
- Be creative with your post titles, make sure to use a title that incorporates a keyword as well as attracts the readers attention.
For more information on how to setup metadata for blog posts view DIY SEO Knowledge Base by Nine0Media.
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* More information on posting static content will be provided in Month #3 of DIY SEO by Nine0Media.
Article is written by Brandyn Garske of Nine0Media