Demographics for search engine users from Pew Internet Project
In the Mequoda Daily last week we talked about how to increase visibility on Google by properly utilizing SEO. Yesterday, we talked about how to size up your SEO competition.
Yesterday's article detailed eight steps that are completely necessary to understand in the SEO process. There is very little chance to compete for high search engine rankings if you don't follow these eight steps.
However, there is always more to learn and practice associated with SEO.
For instance, making your content sound as natural as possible is also an ongoing task that SEO writers face.
Other times, search engine optimizers need to know what their content focus should be. In addition to keyword research, they look for information on people that consume their content and purchase their products.
If you fall into this category, I have included statistics below from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project that will help you get a better idea of who is using search engines.
Demographics of search engine users
This graph from Pew Internet Project has an array of informative data, including gender, ethnicity, age, education and household income.
In addition to the article components you must optimize, you need to understand the competition you face within search engines, keyword density and the process for developing "Blockbuster SEO Posts".
A Blockbuster SEO Post is heavily researched to find places in the market that you can immediately attack to rank well and gain more traffic. A true Blockbuster SEO Post will bring you thousands of unique visitors a year.
However, knowing the process of creating Blockbuster SEO Posts allows you the chance to focus on other relevant keyword phrases with lower traffic levels too. Either way you look at it, Blockbuster SEO Posts will help you bring a lot more traffic to your website over a course of a few months.
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