Why a Strong SEO Foundation Really Pays Off

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Why a Strong SEO Foundation Really Pays Off


I recently had the pleasure of writing about a 14,000 square-foot home in a cozy little community near Houston. It’s a gorgeous house (the pool… unbelievable!) and it was a lot of fun to write about.

My SEO Experiment

The broker who found me to ask me to write her luxury real estate listing description typed hire a real estate writer into Google. If you’ve been reading this blog, you know that I wrote “What Animal Eats Begonias?” to show in real-time how SEO works (and why it works). The follow ups, SEO Experiment Update (VIDEO) and SEO Experiment Update: Still #1 and Still Branching Out can give you a little more insight on how SEO is a developmental process that keeps paying off over time.

The bottom line: When you start an SEO project, stick with it. Let it grow. Continue to build on it.

It’s going to pay off for a long, long time.

By |2017-02-21T02:44:18+00:00February 21st, 2017|Blog, SEO|Comments Off on Why a Strong SEO Foundation Really Pays Off

About the Author:

Angie Papple Johnston, author of the best-selling ASVAB For Dummies, ASVAB AFQT For Dummies, and 1,001 ASVAB AFQT Practice Questions For Dummies was formally trained as a journalist by the U.S. Army. She's now a copywriter and SEO expert who writes engaging and informative B2B and B2C sales copy, website content, press releases and more. Angie works with some of the biggest names in retail, law and real estate to create world-class, compelling content. You can view Angie Papple Johnston's portfolio, find out how much it costs to hire a freelance writer or find a blog post package that works for your company. Need a quote? Contact Angie today. Connect with Angie on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.