In this episode of The Private Practice Elevation podcast, you’re going to learn about the 4 Mountains of Successful SEO for private practice websites.
“What do you mean by ‘the 4 mountains of SEO’”, you ask?
The 4 Mountains are the main pillars or categories that make up a holistic SEO (search engine optimization) strategy for your website.
Most people, when they think about “doing SEO”, focus solely on making sure they have some keywords in a few places on a page.
Or they may put keywords in page titles and meta descriptions and hope that may move the needle of their ranking results.
But there’s actually much more that can and should be done in order to make sure your SEO efforts are truly effective.
It’s when all 4 Mountains are working together that we see exponential growth in organic traffic, bringing more of your ideal clients to your website.
So let’s break down these 4 Mountains of Successful SEO and what goes into each of them.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- The four main pillars that need to be in place to have a greater impact on your SEO efforts
- The tasks that you’ll focus on within each of the 4 mountains to help you rank your website better for keywords
- How to think holistically about your search engine optimization strategy so that you can grow your website traffic month after month
Coming Soon: Live SEO Class with Daniel
We’ve been refining our SEO process over the last couple of years and we’re super excited with the results our clients are getting. For some time now I’ve wanted to share that process with a small group of private practice owners so that they can learn how to implement their own SEO strategy. So we’re putting together an SEO mastermind group/training program. It will consist of live classes, content templates, an SEO workbook, and private online community to give you a step by step process to create and implement a holistic SEO strategy for your business.
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