The Newest and Best SEO Strategy Used by Nearly 100% of Todays Top Bloggers Explained
As a blogger, you will learn one thing very promptly...
There is a ton of friendly advice out there on the net from fellow bloggers. You can find cheap advice on every aspect of blogging and site development. One of the most popular topics to give advice for is SEO or Search Engine Optimization.
This post reveals and explains the best and newest SEO strategy.
As a new blogger, it may start to seem impossible to figure out who to listen to and what methods to use.
If this sounds like your experience then this post if for you. This post reveals the newest and best SEO strategy tip that has ever been published.
So what is it?
Anticipative Search User Perception and Intention Prospecting
What does that mean?
ASUPIP or Anticipative Search User Perception and Intention Prospecting is the name of the best working SEO strategy of all time.
The concept is simple. You simply provide content that fully satisfies the search user for the specific keyword at hand.
How it Works?
The idea is much simpler than it sounds. You simply determine the topics of your content by identifying ideas that are what Search Users are looking for when they are searching for your keywords. Sounds pretty simple and it is. But that's just part of it.
After you have your topic you need to come up with the content that satisfies the users need. to determine the search users need you need to put yourself in the searcher's shoes. You need to get in their head. You must know exactly what will satisfy their search inquiry. You also need to do this at least just as well as the best content that already ranks highly and preferably better.
Once you know what will satisfy your target search user you need to create this content in the best most effective style of writing voice and tone. It is best to write in a manner that is understood by the target searcher most effectively and efficiently.
It is also important that the user trusts the validity of the content. Your content must resonate with the user. The user needs to perceive your brand and content as having sufficient credibility. They need to trust you.
A good way to come up with the needed content is to ask yourself some key questions and answer them as if you were the user. These questions are listed below.
- If you were the user... "What am I looking for?"
- If you were the user.... "What issue, set back, or problem am I currently dealing with?"
- If you were the user... "What question am I asking, what advice do I need, or what am I trying to learn. And why?
- If you were the user.... "Do I want information or am I ready to make a purchase? Am I trying to decide what to buy and thus want consumer info to help me make a decision on what to buy?"
Typically Users of search engines have an "intention and or want" that falls into one of three or four categories. They are listed below.
Learn About Something or Answer a Question
- Many folks will use a search engine when researching a general topic such as the history of World War 2.
- Others simply are searching for a fact and or an answer to a straightforward question such as how far the Sun is from Earth.
- If your keyword is of this latter type then you simply need to write an article that quickly, simply, and accurately answers the question.
- If your keyword is of the former type then you should create a sort of general report which may have to be broken down into multiple pages as if it were its own mini website.
Find out How to do Something or How to Solve the Current Problem
- These keywords are searched by users who are seeking out a classic "How to..." or "DIY" article or video.
- Typically a well organized and detailed article that is simply a list of steps
To Find Some Place, Contact Info, or a Website
- These search engine users are looking for very specific business listing info or maybe even a persons contact info. The user expects a prompt in your face with the answer result from their search. The "directory" type content seem to do best with this inquiry.
- The other possibility is that they are simply looking for a website. Most people will often just type the name of the site into the search box rather than type in the exact URL. If the searcher is looking for your site then hopefully this is a give me.
- Brand searches also help your rankings in general because Google gives a boost to those websites that carry a popular and well-known brand. The exception is if your brand has an extremely poor reputation. In this case, Google will take away from your rank juice.
- You can catch traffic from brand searches that are not yours by simply optimizing for the site's URL, Title, and Topic. I've done this and you can quickly and suddenly have new, interested, and targeted traffic. But what do you provide them? I think the best thing to do is to offer some sort of helpful info and or review that has real value to it so that it is of use to the user.
To Purchase Something
- These users are ready to buy a specific product or service and just need to find the terminal to carry out the transaction.
- The other user in this category is similar to the first except they just need a bit more info on what type, brand, or price they should choose. For these guys, simple reviews and recommendations along with a link to a purchase terminal will be most effective.
Determining which intention or need your keyword user has is the ultimate key to creating content that will satify them and lead to a conversion.
High Conversion Rates
You need to create content that performs and delivers a high conversion rate consistently. Google will take notice of high conversion rates and will start to favor the content producing such a impresive performance.
What About Traditional SEO Tactics?
You may be saying to yourself that this new SEO strategy sounds great but what about the more traditional offsite SEO tactics such as link building and optimized onsite structured content?
I truly believe it is not necessary but having said that I do believe it is better to do the strictly white hat tactics such as clean natural link building and utilizing keywords in URL's, Header Tags, content, etc.
Traditional SEO Resources
Below I have listed some highly reccomended resources that explain how to optimize your site for maximum search engine traffic and exposure.
Big SEO Tips
SEO Checklist for Small Business Owners
Top Performing Articles - Content Marketing