One of the simplest and yet most effective ways to increase traffic to your sex blog is to understand the search terms people are using to find you. By understanding what your audience is looking for, you can effectively give your readers what they want. This means more clicks, more loyal fans, and if you’re monetizing your blog, more income. I am starting this post with the assumption that you already understand the basics of Google Search Console and have it set up for your blog. If you don’t, here’s a useful guide to help you get started. Once you’ve...
Category: SEO Series
One of the most important ways to build traffic to a sex blog, erotic author site, or sex/kink education site is to be found in a search engine. To increase your chances of that, you want to understand and practice good SEO techniques. SEO stands for search engine optimization and it’s something that can seem more complicated than it really is.
In the Smutlancer SEO series, we’re going to break down different parts of SEO from tools to techniques to help you grow your audience while also making SEO more accessible and less intimidating.
We do not consider ourselves SEO experts, but we have had to learn how to do a few things as sex bloggers. That’s what we’ll share with you in these posts — what we’ve done, used, and learned about SEO over the past 10+ years.
It’s not enough to use the “right” keywords in your content. You’ve got to know how to figure out which keywords are the ones that are more likely to help you rank well in Google. Girl on the Net (she/her) shares her tips, tricks, tools, and techniques for picking good keywords.
Following every SEO tip, trick, or best practice you can find and still not ranking? A lot goes into search ranking but one of the most important factors is E-A-T. What is it? How do you do it? And how can it help your smutlancer site? Here’s what you need to know.
Want your site to rank in Google search? Don’t we all?? The number one recommended tool for any smutlancer to help make this a reality is the Yoast SEO plugin. It’s free, doesn’t care if your site is smutty or not, and is relatively easy to use — once you know a few tricks.
In the first post in an entire series on SEO, let’s talk about a few free tools you can use to help you navigate search engine optimization and build traffic to your website.