A Blog Article Ranked First on Top Search Engines
Blogging in 2020 just can’t get better. The reading culture of the world’s population is slowly mutating from hard cover books to a global village of e-book and blog lovers. Mobile gadget ownership is skyrocketing every year, and you would notice if you checked the rate of up-take in most emerging market economies. Of course a section of mobile gadget owners concentrate on vlogging, besides conventional texting and calling. For those that read, ask yourself, what do people really want online? Well, obviously e-books, politics, celebrity gossips, academic journals, and what have you. But here is something else readers really need, rather than want — what they can find. That’s right. People won’t read what they can’t get.
Therefore, as a blogger, you want your material read. But as much as you do, that just won’t happen yet, not unless your blog post can be found. I will explain how I got my article ranked first in the best six search engines, as well as give you some tips to make yours even better. First, you should be familiar with the article we are referring to. I will provided the link below, but don’t open it just yet, because we want to first understand why it ranked #1.
In summary, there are three main categories of factors that bolstered the visibility, and why many people read my article. These are: Article specific anatomy such as the article’s word length, read time in minutes, the niche or topic area it covered, and the distribution date. The second category is SEO optimization descriptors. These are: alt text on all images, title and sub-title, tags, and first word. Third, is for lack of a better term Others, such as: views and reads to date, average views per week, fans, number of claps so far, and the medium publication in which the article is hosted.
The reason why I am breaking down these categories into sub-items, is for your benefit. So you can see the examples, and maybe try to apply some of these strategies next time when writing your…