It is time to check for the results of SEO activities of my blogs. Probably you were curious, why I chose the almost misleading title How to Ruin Someone’s Life or Business for one of my blogs. The reason for it was, some considerations about the search engine optimization (SEO) for this blog. First I was checking the most frequently used keywords in my initial text. I found out that

  • business,
  • competition, and
  • damage

were the most frequently used ones. So I put them in Google Adds keyword planner and played around with some phrases that contained these words.

results of SEO activities

One suggested phase was: “How to Ruin Someone’s Life”. It is getting searched between 1.000 and 10.000 times a month and has a low competition. Further, I considered this issue as controversial enough, that it has the chance to go viral. And many people will read it. And – hopefully – benefit from it. So without doing anything bad to the competition, I implemented both of my ideas from my thinking time in this blog.

Results of SEO Activities

Three months after publishing this blog, I analyzed with Google Webmaster Tools the results of SEO activities. So I can find out, which of my pages and blogs are appearing the most frequently in the google search results.

results of SEO activities

And in the results of SEO activities it turned out, that the blog How to Ruin Someone’s Life or Business appeared most frequently! It also had a relatively high click rate of more than 5%.

results of SEO activities

Then I switched to Google Analytics to dig some deeper into the results of SEO activities. Plus I learned, that the visitors of this blog stayed about 6 minutes in average. This is about 78% above the average time of the entire webpage. This easily lasts, to read all of it.

results of SEO activities

But Google Analytics also shows, that almost all visitors left my blog after reading it, without referring to any other page. This means, I am loosing nearly all of the traffic, this blog creates. So, I learned that I need to make the text more appealing to make them curious and keep on reading. And that I need to offer more value for the visitors of the blog, by adding links to other related issues on my webpage. Learn more about Search Engine Optimization. This describes the steps need to be done, before you can analyze the results of SEO activities.

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4 thoughts on “Analyzing Results of SEO Activities

  1. Jenny says:

    I believe this is true because I found that title controversial enough but I read all your posts anyway.
    Maybe add links and a quizes that get people’s attention and make them not only stay for longer but also come back and share your posts😉

    1. 4ster says:

      Thank You Jenny,
      That’s an excellent idea and recommendation!

  2. fuck google says:

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  3. Saint Louis says:

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