A couple of days ago, I received a query from an intern at an internet marketing firm. It was for high school graduates interested in computer science. She/he (the name was unisex, so I don’t know if it was a male or female who wrote to me) was interning with about a dozen high school graduates interested in computer science.
One of the things she wanted to know is if I could dispense some advice/tips about what they should know about SEO (search engine optimization for the uninitiated). Now you know, when you’re talking to students, that means you’re in the “teacher chair,” so you really put on your thinking hat.
I was going to only dispense one tip, which came pretty easily enough. Then, I came up with another one that — in my opinion — was equally important.
After I sent them off, I thought to myself, “Really, this is all you need to know about SEO. If you do these two things, you’ll never have to worry so much about what Google is doing because you’ll always be in the loop.”
The Only 2 Things Online Writers Need to Know about SEO
FYI, if you have any SEO tips to share, feel free to do so in the comments section below.
I’ve made my living as an online (SEO) content writer since 2007. Some benefits of starting this type of home-based business:
**You can never be laid off;
**You determine how much you earn; and
**You can work from anywhere (as long as there’s an internet connection).
Since 2009, via my online SEO copywriting course, I’ve trained many others how to start this type of freelance business. Are you next?