Ep8: SEO for Startups Part 1

In this episode, I look at the SEO options for three founders’ websites. I cover, links, domains, duplicate content, linked building, keyword selection and website engagement.

 

The first website I reviewed the SEO for is Quaintrelle Consulting which I look at for Nicole Jensen

The second site is Fair and Square which is done for Anissa Farrell

and finally, I check out myPresences for Paul Gordan

 

A few quotes from the show.

  • If you pick a generic word for your brand, you’re not going to be able to rank #1 in Google straight away
  • You have to own your own brand in the SERPs
  • If you’re targeting a specific country and have a .com domain, then tell Google via Search Console
  • if you ever want to hide a body, the best place is the second page of Google results
  • 301 redirects are as permanent as a marriage
  • If SEO was a car, on-page would be the aerodynamics and links would be the engine
  • Use Google Adwords to work out your search demand for SEO
  • Wix isn’t actually a bad thing for SEO, they get most stuff right
  • Once you’re in the game, backlinks are going to make a difference
  • The number of backlinks is a good indicator of SEO power, the number of domains is better
  • You need to start thinking about links as being like money
  • Google prefers https to http

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