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Will Blogging
Really Help My
SEO?
A Resonance FTQ
(Frequently Tweeted
Question)
@resonancecont
“I’ve heard that consistent
blogging can help my search
engine optimization (SEO).
Is that true?”
@resonancecont
Short Answer
@resonancecont
Yes!
Reason #1
@resonancecont
Reason #1
@resonancecont
Each blog post creates a
new page on your site …
Reason #1
@resonancecont
… and each page creates
fresh fodder for Google!
Reason #2
@resonancecont
Reason #2
@resonancecont
Internal links guide
readers to other blog
posts …
Reason #2
@resonancecont
… which means more page
hits on your site.
Reason #2
@resonancecont
More page hits =
more SEO mojo!
Reason #3
@resonancecont
Reason #3
@resonancecont
Blog posts are shareable.
Reason #3
@resonancecont
When’s the last time you
shared a link to a sales page?
Reason #3
@resonancecont
Thought so.
To Sum Up …
•  Each new blog post creates fresh fodder for
Google and other search engines.
•  Links to other, related blo...
Got a question
for our next
FTQ?
Hit me up at
@resonancecont
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Is Blogging Really Good for SEO?

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Continuing our Frequently Tweeted Question (FTQ) series with an answer to the question "Is blogging really good for my website's SEO?"

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  1. 1. Will Blogging Really Help My SEO? A Resonance FTQ (Frequently Tweeted Question) @resonancecont
  2. 2. “I’ve heard that consistent blogging can help my search engine optimization (SEO). Is that true?” @resonancecont
  3. 3. Short Answer @resonancecont Yes!
  4. 4. Reason #1 @resonancecont
  5. 5. Reason #1 @resonancecont Each blog post creates a new page on your site …
  6. 6. Reason #1 @resonancecont … and each page creates fresh fodder for Google!
  7. 7. Reason #2 @resonancecont
  8. 8. Reason #2 @resonancecont Internal links guide readers to other blog posts …
  9. 9. Reason #2 @resonancecont … which means more page hits on your site.
  10. 10. Reason #2 @resonancecont More page hits = more SEO mojo!
  11. 11. Reason #3 @resonancecont
  12. 12. Reason #3 @resonancecont Blog posts are shareable.
  13. 13. Reason #3 @resonancecont When’s the last time you shared a link to a sales page?
  14. 14. Reason #3 @resonancecont Thought so.
  15. 15. To Sum Up … •  Each new blog post creates fresh fodder for Google and other search engines. •  Links to other, related blog posts mean more time and more page hits on your site, which boosts your SEO mojo. •  Publish good posts and people will want to share them. More hits, more mojo. @resonancecont
  16. 16. Got a question for our next FTQ? Hit me up at @resonancecont
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