Post navigation

Blog, SEO

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.

About Angie Papple Johnston

Angie Papple Johnston was formally trained as a journalist by the U.S. Army and now makes her living writing engaging and informative B2B and B2C sales copy, website content, press releases and more. Connect with Angie on Google+, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.