SEO For Blogs Part 5 – On Page Optimization Continued – Some More GEMS!

It’s another GEM!

Again, David Jenyns does not disappoint and provides you with the nitty gritty details of how to actually do the on-page SEO optimization for your blog.

To watch the previous 4 videos, go here:

You can watch the previous 3 videos here:

Inside today’s video, you’ll learn:

  • Why it’s important to optimize your pages for usability first, and then for search engines…
  • 3 key things you MUST optimize for each of your blog pages or posts…
  • Where exactly to place your keywords for best SEO results…
  • What plugin to use that will make Google love you a whole lot more
  • The mystery about “no-follow” links debunked!

So, as you can see… it’s a beauty :)

Only two more videos to go in this series. Inside the next video, you’ll learn all about off page optimization. Exciting stuff!

Gideon Shalwick

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About Gideon Shalwick

Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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6 Responses to SEO For Blogs Part 5 – On Page Optimization Continued – Some More GEMS!

  1. [..YouTube..] Awesome stuff Gideon. David really broke down the basics of SEO and I’m sure going to change the way I structure my blog and content now. Thanks for the great info!

  2. Thu Nguyen

    Awesome stuff Gideon. David really broke down the basics of SEO and I’m sure going to change the way I structure my blog and content now. Thanks for the great info!

  3. Great video and love this series of posts.
    Was wondering what plugin you use to reveal the transcript with a click!

    Thanks again, and I’ll be back!

  4. Joe

    Hi Gideon and David,

    I’ve read directly at wordpress.org as well as in blogs devoted to blogging in wordpress to avoid beginning the custom permalink structure with /%postname%/ (as well as the /%category%/). There is a bug/issue with this that over time, especially with sites adding new posts frequently, that a reference table that WP uses internally to track the permalinks becomes gigantic and will slow the site down to a crawl.

    The workaround suggested was to begin with /%year%/%postname%/, as well as a couple other suggestions as this circumvents the problem somehow. This info comes with “RED ALERT” type status, and it’s recent, so I think the problem still exists.

    I don’t have a link to the articles I read. I’m sure you can find it easy enough!

    Thanks for these videos. I’m leaning a lot.

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