Find Out How Your Blog’s SEO Is Doing
Search engine optimization can be daunting at first.
And if you’re a beginner to SEO or a new website owner, it can seem like you’re doing a lot of work for not much reward.
So today, I want to share some tools that can help you to analyze how your SEO is doing.
Each of these is important for its own reasons. And I talk about that in today’s video.
Now before we get into it, I want to warn you…
One of these tools may seem pretty advanced.
But I honestly think it’s one of the better tools out there when it comes to your SEO because it covers a lot of areas within your website!
So don’t let your fear of SEO hold you back.
There is a lot that you can learn.
Let’s get into it!
TOOLS TO ANALYZE YOUR SEO
To make it easy for ya, here are the 4 tools I talk about:
This is the basics of SEO. And if you don’t have Google Search Console set up yet, you need to get on that!
This website is great to confirm that your website is mobile friendly. And to figure out the speed of your site on a mobile device.
This is the more advanced one that I was talking about!
But this report is so SO good! You only have 1 search a day so make sure you type your URL correctly the first time.
And watch the video to find out what areas you need to focus on and what ones you can actually fix.
4. Yoast SEO
I’ve talked about Yoast SEO before. But this is only for WordPress website!
Take a look at some of my other SEO resources that contain more information about the Yoast SEO plugin and other SEO strategies for beginners:
- 5 SEO Mistakes You’re Probably Making With Your Blog
- How I Improved My Site Speed By 2 Seconds In 1 Hour
- Why Your Blog Posts Aren’t Cutting It
- Website SEO For Beginners: Everything You Need To Know
- How To SEO A Blog Post
- Blogger’s Guide To Google Analytics
And make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel!
Cathrin (Cath) creates content that encourages bloggers & online entrepreneurs to be themselves, chase their passion, and create their success online. 1 year after started her blog (TheContentBug.com), Cath left her full-time position working in the digital marketing industry to pursue her dreams of being her own boss. In weekly blog posts, sporadic YouTube videos, and constant talking on Instagram stories, Cath hopes to spread her story and be an inspiration to others who desperately want to change their lives.