SEO for Beginners

Introduction of SEO

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It sounds very complicated, but it’s not really that complicated. When I started to learn it, I thought it was too complicated and scary. But now I’m not afraid of it. In this post, I will try to explain the basics of SEO to you very easily.

I will not only discuss SEO but also discuss why it is needed, why it should be done, how it should be done. At the same time, I will show how you can apply this knowledge to your website and blog.

I will never tell you that it is a simple and cheap process, nor will I tell you that you will become an expert in a few days. If anyone says this is a simple process, he is lying or he doesn’t know much about it.

I have seen in many places they say “it will be learned very easily and in a short time”, in fact, such words are nothing but lies. It is a joint activity of the part of art, part of science, and part of the motivation. All I can say is that anyone can learn and do it. With patience, concentration, virtually anyone can master it. So I think how to learn is not as important as trying to learn is more important here. If you really want to learn then I will say that the ways I have shown in this post will be very useful to you.

SEO Basics

It is a process by which website traffic can be generated from FREE of ORGANIC search results in search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc. Most search engines rank those sites that the user searches more about. It is an activity that helps search engines do their job.

SEO Factors

This is a guide that explains why a website will rank in search engines. There is no single way to rank. It is a combined concerted effort of research, planning, and optimization within the website and outside of the website to achieve results. This factor is not specific, and no one will ever be able to tell when this factor may change. I will not discuss and cover all the factors here because Google has over 200+ SEO factors and over 10,000+ sub-signals for ranking. I will not suggest you remember all the factors. All you need to know is why it’s important and what happens when you do it.

Why SEO is Vital

If you have a website, you need to know if it is needed for your website. I would say it is needed. Most of the traffic comes from search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc. Also, traffic from social media comes to your site. Targeted traffic provided by search engines, that’s why it very powerful. Search engine brings traffic that is searching by users what is your offers and contents. Targeted traffic gives you revenue that no other marketing gives.


Organic SEO means drove natural and that is not paid. The results are long-term.


It is a paid version of SEO. Statistics show this drives an average of 10% of traffic.

I will cover and prefer organic SEO.

SEO for Sustainable Growth and Long-Term Results

Since you build a website or blog then you practice SEO at the full website, you will face two things. You make sure your site is usable to a search engine and your site visitors. Usable means that real people are searching for your content, finding your website, learning from it, etc. Search Engine will do this because they understand your content, they will also know what terms would be the best match for page and post.

Since you generate SEO on your site, it’s like to plant a seed and attendance, it grows over time to time. That strategy produces quality results and continues to produce results from year to year. It is an ongoing process.

Some many companies and individuals spend a lot of money to make their website beautiful but do not pay attention to it. As a result, building a beautiful website for months does not yield the expected results.

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