Your SEO Sucks.
Let’s zoom out 500,000 feet and get back to the basics. SEO is about killer, authoritative content that turns your website into a cash machine. It’s not about ranking. It’s not about traffic. It’s not about getting 10,000 spammy backlinks (oh God help me…). None of that.
You’ve been spending money (and time, which is money) on a bunch of deliverables that really add up to a whole lot of nothing. Blogging… editing your meta descriptions… and so on. Sound familiar? We call these random acts of SEO. And they don’t do sh*t when there’s not a strategy driving them. Here are more random acts of SEO, in order of uselessness:
- Writing weekly blog posts
- Increasing your website’s speed
- Adding alt tags to every single image
- The list goes on…
No More Random SEO.
First of all… quit it with the random acts of SEO. Writing 45 meta descriptions takes way too much time and keeps you from taking care of the bigger things on your plate – like making your clients happy and building your team. Writing a blog for your website? Put that on the back-burner (like way back) and keep reading.