How to Write SEO Optimized Content For Google?- November 05, 2020 - [hit_count]
Before you begin to write content there are certain fundamentals that you needs to understand. Content is no longer just stuffing keywords and instead there are a lot of intricacies one needs to take care of.
Without wasting much time on a fancy introduction, lets jump right in and see what actionable changes can help you write SEO optimized content for Google.
Identify Your Audience
Obviously one doesn’t write content on web pages or blogs for self reference. Therefore, it is important to understand the point of view of the reader. Only when the writer has a clear picture of who would be reading the content, he can write specifically according to what the reader wants to read.
For example, if I write about SEO using some technical terms, a layman wouldn’t understand the whole piece of content properly. He would need some references to understand the concept fully which wastes time of the reader.
Identify and Fulfil User-Intent
As a content writer, it becomes tough to understand about the intent when you are given nothing more than a topic and or a keyword. In this case, the writer needs to fulfil all kinds of intent. Let’s first have a look at what are the kinds of intent that a writer needs to fulfil unless specified.
When a user already knows where exactly he wants to reach, like, a particular website or a brand, then his intent is considered as navigational.
When a user is searching for some sort of information through a search term that is mostly a question, the user’s intent is specified as informational.
When a user is looking to buy a particular service or a product, the user intent is said to be transactional. Usually the transactional search queries include terms such as “buy
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