Here are this week’s Search Scoop articles:
|The SEO Keyword Research Master Guide — This might be rudimentary to tried and true SEOs, but man, if you’re just getting started this is a great primer for people doing amateur SEO. It all starts with knowing which keywords to target, and this is an excellent guide.
|Brave Search is a new alternative to Google built on its own index — Many digital companies are pushing harder for online privacy–Apple is a notable example. You may not have heard of Brave, however. They have produced a new browser and are currently developing their own privacy-focused search engine. I’m sure they’re still working out all the kinks but, if you’re interested in an integrated end-to-end privacy solution the Brave browser + Brave search engine is worth looking at. Read up to learn more.
|How retailers can stand out this holiday season — From the official blog, a few good tips on preparing for the holiday shopping season. Although be wary of point 4, it is focused on automation. Always tread carefully when it comes to automation and Google Ads…
|How to Promote Your Blog: 21 NEW Strategies — If you are regularly producing content, but getting very little traffic, this blog post is for you. It is filled with plenty of ideas you likely haven’t thought of to help you start getting traffic to your blog.
|How to Write a Blog Post That Attracts Backlinks (Case Study) — Part 1 of a very interesting 3 part series on how ahrefs worked to create linkable content from start to finish. It’s a great series that highlights many of the challenges that link builders face when determining what linkable content to create, how to create the content, and how to get the page links.