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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?"

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