We started with a content audit, looking for pages that were performing poorly in terms of: Seen pages. Organic sessions. Followed links. This gave us insight on which pages needed Banner Design improvement in terms of content updates, as well as link building efforts (I'll get to that in a minute). After cleaning up the old content, we took the time to focus on the “new” content creation process. Advertising Continue reading below First, we ran a content gap analysis to see what competitors were ranking, but where our client didn't. This gave important keyword areas we were missing and what new content should be produced. As Telerepair offers many repair products, we have created descriptions Banner Design for each product and category page.
Here you see what the exact product page looks like with content: iphone se repair content Additionally, we made sure to use internal links from Banner Design category pages to the exact templates to help users and bots find important information. iphone repair category page content But like everything in SEO, we will only see results if we show some consistency in our approach to content – especially if the number of links is expected to increase. Advertising Continue reading Banner Design below We have therefore created a blog universe in order to create quality content based on industry news and analysis each month. Here we used blog posts to get links. From there, we added internal links to the “money pages” we wanted to rank. Here's what it looks like. iphone repair blog content The Banner Design results Using these consistent tactics, our client went from ranking on 1,938 different keywords to now ranking on 5,405 keywords. overall organic keywords for tv-pair Link building What we have done The last part of the roadmap focused on increasing domain authority (or domain rating).
Advertising Continue reading below The approach we used was link building – whether the site was American or Danish. We started with a link audit, which Banner Design included comparing competitors' links to our own and checking for any toxic links. From there, it was all about using the lowest fruits in a market with a small number of prospects. Because when building links in a small market like Denmark, the grand tactics of international industry experts may not work as well. For example, the well-known broken link building approach for our client showed only two relevant Banner Design opportunities. If we had been in the US market and researched US competitors in the iPhone repair niche, I bet we would have found a lot more leads to target. Therefore, we had to use tactics that could actually work. We used the following three approaches: