When I first started this blog, my intention was to use it to give some tutorials and promote my SEO expertise. However the more and more I post and more and more my readers grow, I find myself under a little pressure to come up with new and innovative topics of discussion. I also find myself under pressure to create results on this site, now!
The truth is SEO is not a quick process and if you start the SEO game hoping for a quick hit you are going to be extremely disappointed, especially if you are in a competitive niche.
There are many ways you can do this, I have spoken to many people on this subject who all have different ways of measuring their progress along the path to greatness. You may wish to make inbound link goals, I don’t know say around 100 a month? You may want to track your rankings on keywords, starting with low competition and working your way up to the big guns.
These are the kind of things you need to be asking your self about the site as these are the sites you are going to attempt to beat. The less competitive the keywords the easier the sites will be to beat. You need to trump the competition on every aspect, structure, keyword prominence and linking. When you have beat the less competitive sites start making your way up the list.
This one way to keep yourself motivated during an SEO campaign but use your imagination, SEO is a hard long road to take but the results at the end of it will make it all worthwhile. Even the best SEO’s in the world get tired and bored and impatient, so while they are flagging you push through and make some ground up.
Let me know how you keep yourself motivated!
Author: Tim (254 Articles)
Tim Grice is the owner and editor of SEO wizz and has been involved in the search engine marketing industry for over 9 years. He has worked with multiple businesses across many verticals, creating and implementing search marketing strategies for companies in the UK, US and across Europe. Tim is also the Director of Search at Branded3, a Digital Marketing & SEO Agency based in the UK.