Google 1st page rankings and traffic through search engine optimization

Welcome to your SEO learning complete guide!

If your desire to learn Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is outweighed only by your willingness to execute and test concepts, you will get the most out of this guide.

This guide is designed to describe all the major aspects of SEO, from finding terms and phrases (keywords) that can generate qualified traffic for your website, to making your website friendly to search engines, to building links and marketing your website’s unique value.

The world of SEO is complex and ever-changing, but you can easily understand the basics and even a small amount of SEO knowledge can make a big difference. Free SEO education is also widely available around the web, including guides like this one! (Wow!)

Combine this information with some practice and you can become a savvy SEO.

Learn basics of search engine optimization

Have you ever heard of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs? It is a theory of psychology that prioritizes the most fundamental human needs (such as air, water, and physical security) over more advanced needs (such as respect and social belonging). The theory is that you cannot satisfy the higher needs without first meeting the more fundamental needs. Love doesn’t matter if you don’t have food.

Our founder, Rand Fishkin, built a similar pyramid to explain how people should do SEO, and we affectionately call it the “Moselow SEO Needs Hierarchy.”

Here’s How SEO Optimized Rank works:

As you can see, the foundation of good SEO starts with ensuring crawl discriminatory aspects and moves up from there.

Using this beginner’s guide, we can follow this powerful MUST Needed seven steps to a successful SEO:

  • Crawl accessibility so engines can read your site
  • Engaging content that answers searcher queries
  • Optimizing keywords to attract searchers and engines
  • Great user experience, including fast loading speed and compelling user experience
  • Get links, citations, and amplification for shareable content
  • Title, URL and description attract high CTR in rankings
  • Snippet/pattern tags stand out in SERPs

In this guide, we’ll spend time on each of these areas, but we wanted to cover it here because it provides a look at how we’re building the entire guide.

Let’s discuss in details & explore Chapters:

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