For me, SEO is not just about the content of a website but the way it is presented, the way it is ranked. I write about a lot of the issues that are currently going on in the SEO industry.
SEO also includes the way that you are positioned in the minds of people who search your site or pages. We use a lot of tools in order to make sure that our websites are viewed (and liked) by the right people. And the SEO industry has a whole industry of different tools and services. But one of the most important aspects is the way the websites are positioned in the minds of people who search your website or pages.
You might think that SEO is about optimizing content. But this is a false assumption because SEO isn’t just about content. It’s about how your website is positioned in people’s minds. If you have a small blog that gets a lot of hits and has a very few readers, you might not rank in the top ten of the search results.
If you have a small blog, you have a very small number of readers (not readers who are interested in your blog) and if you have a large blog, you have a very large number of readers and you are likely to rank in the top ten. So if you have a small blog, there is a good chance you won’t rank in the top ten.
You are not likely to rank in the top ten if you have a small blog. You are most likely to rank in the top dozen if you have a large blog.
But what if you have a large blog? Well, it turns out that ranking can be a bit different if you have a large blog. The reason is that, the more readers a blog has, the higher the rank. So if you have a small blog, you have a very small number of readers and therefore are unlikely to rank in the top ten. If you have a large blog, you likely have some readers who might be interested enough to rank in the top ten.
For a large blog you should aim to have as many readers as possible, which is why we’re ranking you number 8. But for a small blog, we are going to rank you number 1.
This is kind of a tricky thing to do, so let’s break it down. The number of readers on a blog is not that important. What is important is how many people are actually reading your blog (which is a number that is far from random). To get top ranking you should have as few readers as you can get. Of course there is no guarantee that readers will actually be interested in your blog posts, but at least you should aim to have as many readers as possible.
As it turns out, seo yoon jeong and jyp is a very small blog. At only 3,000 words in length, and with a tiny following, seo yoon jeong and jyp is indeed a very small blog. Nonetheless, it ranked #1 in Google results. The reason why is that seo yoon jeong and jyp has a very unique and impressive website.