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How To Increase Organic Traffic From Google To Your Blog

Traffic is one of the most common issue every internet marketer and website owner concern about. If you are an website owner then you definitely want people easily find your website or blog on google rather than your competitors. And when they find and land on your website, depending on the traffic source we called it Direct, Organic, Paid and Referral Traffic.

What is Organic Traffic? "Organic traffic" is traffic that comes to your blog as a result of search engine natural/free/unpaid search results. When a search engine like google returns its search results, it usually gives us two type results: organic and paid.


Organic search results are the webpage listings that most closely match the user’s search query based on relevance, also called “natural” search results. Paid results are basically advertisements — the Web site owners have paid to have their Website display for certain keywords, so these listings show up when someone runs a search query containing those keywords…

SEO Tips for One Page Websites

When it comes to One Page Websites SEO, make sure you're matching Strategy Appropriately. It's very hard to win with single page, and there's often a lot of domain authority value (if the site/page earns lots of links) that goes unspent, meaning you could have more pages/content that could rank well if you added them to the site.

Here are a few SEO Tips for One Page Websites you can use to increase your One Page Website organic ranking and attracting more organic traffic.

Single Page Website Content Don't be scared of website size. Have as much content in there as needed to inform and provide regular call to action throughout. Make sure your One Page Website build with semantic markup and structures, Good semantic structure will help search engine like Google understand what your website really about.

Don't stuff your title and description with many keywords - I am guessing you're about a single product or service. Often people try to put too much in key areas…

The State of Search Marketing in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are over 100 billion global internet searches being conducted each month. Where is all the search traffic coming from, and where is it going? How does desktop traffic measure up to mobile? What’s working better, PPC or SEO?

To get answer of all these questions, check out following infographic created by JBH and Smartinsights.



So, I hope you agree that the infographic presents a compelling case for investing more in Search Marketing in 2015 given how competitive it has become.