Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Original videos look here. You can also download the material from this lesson. pdf.

Choosing a platform

In the previous post, I mentioned the free platform Rticlz. com. Something seems to me that Google disliked her, because by the request of rticlz the main page is not clear where, and some of my blogs have disappeared altogether. So back to the classic 🙂

Updated: With Rticlz everything is ok. I hurried with the conclusions.

For example, consider the WordPress platform.

Registration

First register on the site itself. The registration form is standard. Problems should not arise. Then go directly to creating a blog.

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

(By the way, in WordPress you can register a blog not only in English, but also in Russian.)

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

In the “Blog Domain” and “Blog Title” fields, drive in your phrase “umbrella.” For “free speed reading”, it will look like this:

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Done? Now click the “Create Blog” button.

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

All. The blog is ready.

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Login and start filling it with content.

A little optimization

In order for Google not only to index your page, but also raise it to the highest possible level, you must take some action on it optimization.

A good example is the blog of Rob Sommerville, which he created at the end of July, even before the start of the original Marathon in order to test the effectiveness of the entire “marathon” process.

How to Become a Wedding Planner

At the time of filming, Rob's video blog was ranked 5th in a Google search by exact request. The number of competitors was 9570 pages.

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

As you can see the key phrase “how to become a wedding planner” is present in:

  • the title of the blog;
  • the page description ; and
  • blog address.

These are the basic steps to optimize your blog, which you should also take. This will allow you to bypass many sites that will be optimized for more generalized keywords (or not optimized in general).

Look at the output for this phrase:

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

As you can see, the above combination is not found on any of the sites that are located in Top Google. This is exactly what will allow our narrow bloc I’ve come out in the top ten.

Here’s Rob’s blog itself (although it’s not there anymore, so all the screenshots are from the video).

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

None frills - everything is as simple as possible.

Name and description

Both the title and description contain the specified keyword, which allows the potential visitor to find out , what this blog is about before it clicks on a link in Google.

Placement of the keyword

In the blog title:

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

In the title of the first post :

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

In the first paragraph of the text:

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Here the keyword also needs to be bold in font, so that the search bot considers this phrase as the most important on the page.

And at the end of the message:

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Here the key phrase should be italicized .

Affiliate Links

At Rob, they are located at the top of the post (in WordPress, this seems to be impossible).

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

and at the bottom of the page in the second message.

Day 16 - Part 2 - Making a Blog - Profit Hunter

Both links lead to a mini-site that sells certain information about the planning of the wedding. This could be an e-book, or a hardcover book from Amazon, or some product from eBay.

That's all. Start creating a site.

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