So you’ve worked on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your site for months, and you finally achieved some good rankings for your desired keywords. Congratulations!
Now you’re wondering:
- Can I stop doing SEO now?
- When to stop SEO?
- Should I stop investing in SEO?
- Are you telling me not to stop because you sell SEO services?
If you asked the last question –
you are right to say that shame on you for questioning my moral values *cough*.
On a serious note, the following points should help you decide if it is worth stopping SEO.
Here are 6 reasons why you should not stop SEO without a good reason
Continue reading “Should you stop doing SEO? What happens if you do?”
Hey people! It seems I’ve been spending way too much time on client work and have been leaving a number of articles unfinished. That doesn’t mean I’ve stopped dispensing SEO knowledge though; I’ve just been sharing them on Facebook and Quora.
This update post started as an idea – an idea borne from a busy (more like lazy) man. “How do I create a new article in a short time, while also providing something new to learn for the readers?”
The genius answer: Grab the nuggets of wisdom that I’ve been sharing elsewhere, and share them here. These are some mini knowledge bombs you may have missed if you aren’t following me on Quora or Facebook.
Continue reading “Updates! Some nuggets of SEO wisdom that you may have missed.”
The following is a guest contribution from Kevin Ng. This is not a sponsored post.
Kevin Ng is the founder of ThunderQuote, a B2B services marketplace and was invited recently to speak at the Youth Entrepreneurship Symposium 2016 organised by NTUC nEbO about start-up validation and digital marketing. He will be sharing more details about SEO exclusively on SEOGoodGuys and you can also find the rest of his digital marketing slides at the end of the post.
Continue reading “Guest Post: A Case Study on DIY SEO for Start-ups”
Due to client commitments and time spent on my own personal side ventures, it seems I have yet neglected to update my precious SEO blog. I’m currently working on a new article which is a case study for a recent client. As for client SEO, I currently limit myself to work on at most 2 clients a month. Limiting my clients to 2 gives me greater quality time I can spend on each of them.
Part of my time is being invested in building my own web properties. When they become more successful, I might use them for new case study articles.
The case study should be out within a week (fingers crossed). The idea for this case study came from a Facebook status I posted awhile ago. Spoiler: the client saw a 300% improvement to traffic within 6 months, and enjoyed historically high visitor numbers. Subscribe to my blog to get updates on when I publish the article.