What’s SEO content?

So, what’s SEO Content? Let’s get right to it. Over the last several years, search engines continue to change their algorithms so they can provide the most relevant content to the end user searching. Search marketing firms have had all types of tactics to get better results in the search engines for organic results or natural listings. Some have worked well and others have failed. Some have in a way tricked search engines to rank pages higher in the search engines. This is referred to black hat SEO. White hat SEO is following all the criteria for search engines.

Today, most SEO campaigns consist of SEO content. Let’s say you are targeting 40 keywords. You must have relevant content pages on your site that relate to these target keywords. These pages will not always be your general website pages such as about, FAQ, or contact. If your optimizing a site for vintage cars, for example, than you would need to have content that is relevant to this topic. You might have an articles section on your site that touches on your 40 keywords.

Now, it’s important not go overboard on the times you mention your target keywords on these SEO content pages. In some cases this can actually hurt your results in the search engines. When SEO first started being done for websites you could just take your keyword and mention it hundreds of times on a page and that page would come up high in the rankings. That is not the case today.

So, what if you’re not a writer? You can hire a freelance writer and assign them your SEO content or you can hire a company to write these articles for you. We at emarketed offer this service.  Prices can range from $75 to $200 a page. Remember though that these do not have to be your main pages on your site and can be kept out of view for the most part if your concerned about that. The goal of these pages is to get found for your target words which will drive you traffic to your website. Once someone has gotten to your site they will be able to click through to your main pages if they’re interested in what you have to offer.