PostHeaderIcon 10 Tips For Writing SEO Friendly Content (Part 2)

How To Create SEO Friendly Content

A few days ago I wrote about some tips for writing SEO friendly content. Just in case if you have not read the article yet, I recommend you to read it first because this article is the continuation of the previous article.

And as promised, I will resume the tips today. Prepare your coffee and start reading the article that will make your content useful for readers and favored by the search engines.

Tip #4: Start Writing Your SEO Friendly Content

Based on the previous article, now you should already have your keywords and post titles that have been optimized. I think it’s more than enough to create a good SEO friendly content.

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All you have to do next is start writing your article. There is no such thing as perfect length in writing SEO friendly content.

You may write an article with 700 words, 1000 words or 1500 words, it’s really up to you. The most important thing is the content has the added value that you can provide to your readers.

So, don’t focus on the length of the article, you need to focus on useful things that you can provide to your readers. If all the messages in your article can be conveyed in 400-500 words, that’s your SEO friendly content for you!

Do spelling and grammar matter when evaluating content and site quality?

I believe such a question ever arises in your mind during your blogging journey, and especially if English is not your native language. But don’t worry, I will give you the interesting facts about spelling and grammar based on a video from Matt Cutts.

The good news is spelling and grammar doesn’t have a significant impact on the SEO campaign. So, if your spelling and grammar is not quite good, you can still be happy because your website can survive in the online world.

The bad news is spelling and grammar has considerable influence on the experience of your audiences. So, your website may be survived, but you will lose your readership slowly, and it’s a serious problem!

Well written content draws more traffic’s attention and more traffic juice leads the Page rank higher.

You can watch the Matt Cutts’s video below that I have provided for you so that you get a better understanding about this matter.

Once up here, I know your next question.

What should I do to improve my English writing skills?

In order to improve your English writing skills, Sylviane Nuccio will help you in that matter. Some time ago, she wrote an insightful article about how to improve your English writing skills. It’s a worth reading article. 🙂

If you feel that your English writing skills have improved in some ways, you should not be complacent in advance. You need to improve the quality of your content and learn about how to write good blog posts. That way, SEO friendly content for you is not a dream anymore. You can create it one in no time.

You can try this interesting method when writing:

  • Try think of a specific person you know.
  • Write something that will benefit him or her personally.
  • Think about how you can make your content more compelling and more digestible for that person.

Tip #5: Optimize Your Blog Post Introduction

Optimize Your Blog Post Introduction

Optimize means you have to write great introductions of your blog post. I will reveal the benefits available if you have a good introduction, both from search engines as well as your readers.

  • For search engines: The search engines will crawl into the web page to see whether content is the content they need or not for their search results. All you have to do is to ease them by making an introduction paragraph that has been optimized with your keywords.
  • For your readers: Well, you must realize that there is no obligation for your readers to visit your website. They can go anywhere they want. So, to get their attention, you must create an interesting blog post introduction.
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No matter how good your content if you give your readers a boring blog post introduction, there is a possibility they will not read your whole content. Don’t let this happen to you and try to write great blog post introductions for your own good.

A good intro can make or break your blog post. Learning to write great introductions for your articles is a good skill to develop. You will get better at writing them with time goes.

Now, we have discussed this matter half way. I hope you have found some important points and you can use it to create your own SEO friendly content.

I will resume these tips in my next post. In the mean time, please let me know what you think about SEO friendly content in the comment box.

 

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12 Responses to “10 Tips For Writing SEO Friendly Content (Part 2)”

  • Emebu says:

    Hi Nanda,
    Your tips are well understood, if i may add, Blogging is a great way to get the attention of Google and other search engines – if done correctly.

    Here are some tips for writing searching engine friendly blog posts or news stories that every website should use. Not all of your blog posts have to be directed at search engines, but to rank on specific keyword phrases you should write at least one blog post per keyword phrase.
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  • Ravi Chahar says:

    Hi Nanda,

    As i have mentioned earlier that SEO matters a lot for bloggers.

    Writing SEO friendly post is really important. But many bloggers don’t focus at their spelling mistakes. They have specific place in your blog post. You may not think from SEO point of view but at least you must think about your readers.
    How will they react when they find mistakes in your blog posts?

    Making human bonds is always important and thinking only about SEO is not enough.
    Length of the blog post doesn’t matter a lot. it’s just the matter of choice.

    Nice post indeed.;)

    Have a great week ahead.

    ~Ravi
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    • Hi Ravi,

      Yes, I agree with you. If we only think about SEO, we will lose something important from a blog, and it’s your readership. Getting more number of readers is an important goal. If the opposite happens, it’s very serious.

      Thanks for stopping by and adding your voice in here, Ravi.
      Thanks for your nice words as well. 😉

      Have a great week ahead for you too.

      Regards,
      Nanda
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  • Hi Nanda,

    When it comes to spelling and grammar is pretty interesting. Funny how this is calculated by Google. I enjoyed Mat’s video. Yes, it may be important, but what about people using say English as a second language?

    As for search engines, I’m not really concerned with them. But as a reader, if I know English is their second language, and it may be a little rough, I don’t care…in fact I admire the person. Why? Because I can only speak one language.

    I wouldn’t worry about it because your followers won’t care very much if they know that!

    That’s my opinion!

    -Donna
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    • Hi Donna,

      So glad to see you here 🙂

      Hahaha..
      I love your words. As expected from a mentor, your words are very wise. 😉

      I remember with an interesting story.
      When an old homeless buy an expensive cake at a fancy store. The cashier quickly wrap that old man cake, because he was embarrassed if other buyers to see the old man to buy cakes at their store. That would lower the prestige, he said.

      But, the store manager was very moved to see the old man and wrapped his cakes very well and provide the highest honor to the old man homeless.

      When the cashier asked the manager, why he acted like that to a homeless. The manager replied, usually people who buy our cakes are rich. If a homeless buy our cakes, it means he will have to save a lot of money before. And you can be sure he was really liked our cakes.

      It’s beautiful story, isn’t it? 😀

      Regards,
      Nanda
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    • Paul says:

      Hey Donna,

      Your not first person that I have heard this information from, but there are two sides of the park, and depending on what side your on makes a difference.

      I am on the side of just free flowing with your writing checking your writing, but not over due it because you think google going knock your down for it.

      The issue its about the readers and not the search engines thank you for your opinion.

  • Paul says:

    Hello Nanda,

    It’s been awhile since I stopped by and sorry about that. I remember awhile back asking this question about how long should the writing be on a blog.

    Well, this does answer that question, but already defined that through my own writing. I usually write about 700-1000 words normally. Matt cutts videos are always informative since he is the official person that talks for google.

    Yes introduction is pretty important, and again with Donna that you don’t need to fix every error for Google it’s about your audience.

    Thank you for sharing…

    Paul S.

    ~USMC~
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    • Hi Paul,

      Glad to see you here 🙂

      Indeed, the Matt’s video is very interesting to watch, he always seemed to give new knowledge for us, at least so I thought. 😀

      I agree with you. Your audiences are your writing goals. So, we need to focus to be able to give the best to our audiences.

      Thanks for sharing you thoughts with us, Paul.
      It’s valuable one! 😉

      Regards,
      Nanda
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  • Rosa says:

    Great tips! I’m new to SEO, so your articles have invaluable information for me. Thanks!
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  • Areesha Noor says:

    Hi Nanda,

    In your previous post, Part 1, You shared great points about on-page seo and here you also have covered all great points. and I so happy to read out because I always follow these rules to optimized my blog post.

    Thanks Nanda for sharing such great tips with us.
    Regards:
    Areesha Noor!
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