WordPress Part I: How to Write an SEO Friendly Blog Post

How to Write an SEO Friendly Blog Post
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The founder of Attwood Digital, Mark is a digital marketing veteran having been working online since before the dotcom boom. He created the world's first online skip hire service in 2003, has created multiple online courses, lectured on digital marketing and even written a book on the subject. He is also an ICO advisor and crypto-enthusiast.
  1. Great stuff Mark, I’ve benn running a WordPress blog for a while now. The use of the keywords as tags is a cool idea.
    Many thanks for that.
    Ps – where do we find the zero to hero stuff ‘cos that sounds great.

    1. Zero to Hero first video will be up in a couple of days. I’m already enjoying this one 🙂

  2. Mark your bit on the tags is invaluable and I have now noticed all the tags that you are putting on your blog posts! The thing I have been worrying about though is your commment on ‘spammy blogs’ and whether my main blog for my business would be classified as spammy. So what do you classify a spammy blog as? Sorry the text was rather small on your video on my laptop at home.

  3. I’ve just checked your blog Graham, and it is certainly not spammy because it appears to be full of unique, original, quality content.
    My only concerns about your blog are that it is not actually integrated into your site – it is on typepads server (http://ovencleaning.typepad.com/ovengleam/) and that some of the blog posts do have excessive links to other sites like wikipedia.
    I mean, do people really need a wikipedia explanation of where England and Wales are?
    My key tip for that blog is shorter posts written around keywords with occasional anchor text links to relevent pages on your money site.
    PS I need my Aga cleaning. Can you recommend anyone?

  4. Thanks Susan 🙂

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