Multan SEO Strategy is another term that guides the way to optimize, structure, and promote any niche blog. This strategy is based on a reverse silo structure.
Let me explain it,
The common type of website is a niche blog which is the most understandable layout and behaviour of a website. There are many ways to rank this type of website. I have my own strategy to rank any niche blog which is mostly similar to Affiliate Blog Strategy known as Islamabad SEO Strategy.
By experimenting on my personal and clients dozen niche blogs I came out with this strategy which works for all.
Like other strategies, this one is also not a quick ranking method of the blog but trying worth it. The key is consistency, regular uploading new content and updates old content with the time (recommended monthly). It builds a relationship with influencers for long term benefit that will help to rank higher.
Like others, Multan SEO Strategy also has two part of working like on-site SEO based structure and Off-Site SEO structure.
On-Site SEO Structure Guideline
When we build a blog, the layout is well known to have recent posts. Let me go through step by step to clear the understandings. By following the niche blog structure, we will cross interlink every resource of the blog.
Homepage: The landing page either has categories or a list of recent articles, and some bloggers add content related to their core topics (pillar content) to interlink informational articles to pass through the link juice from the homepage.
Category page: This page has a list of informational articles—the Core part of a niche blog.
Resource Pages: These resource pages may include, about, contact, privacy, terms, discloser, and DMCA.
Articles: Articles are the primary resource on the Niche Blog. There are a dozen types of niche blogs in the market. Every type needs a unique SEO Strategy to rank the blog. I will guide you here as a core way to rank a niche blog that will apply for any kind; the difference will be tackle by your personal research that I will explain later blow.
Niche blogs normally contain informational articles, that can be health, finance, education, technology, fashion, travel, sports, entertainment or news, etc. All these niches are now highly competitive due to the huge investment of time and money by already captured the market space.
Another range of niche blog-type may be, quotes, wishes, status, images, videos, apk, software, recipes, pdf, audio, poetry and tools etc.
Let me ask you one thing?
Do you want to create a blog to rank these niche topics mentioned above? You are kidding me.
There is no space left to rank a new niche blog for the above topics until you have a huge bank balance between spending on a team of expert to handle the project and create wealth out of it.
You may disagree with me, but I will not demotivate you about this.
If you are thinking about a non-English topic for related country audience, you still need investment by hiring content writer, an optimizer of that specific language/country to get started.
Are you sure about keyword research that has been done for other languages? Is non-English language is your mother language? Are you expert in that language to tackle the audience, and improve the information that has been written your articles time by time? A big job.
The question is, why I am sharing this strategy anyway?
You catch me now, let me explain.
I have a case study.
A few weeks ago, I will reverse engineering of my competitors to grab some long-tail keywords. I have found a competitor was ranking high in SERP with deficient authority blog with his big fish competitors.
I was conscious of it and started analyzing his blog.
What I have found, he was publishing the article on average of each second day. He was not targeting any keywords but was writing articles on all possible topics that can be written in his niche. His blog has 450+ article that time. That blog was old enough. His focus was only content, valuable content on many topics that can be searched.
He started getting natural backlinks from other good authority blogs without asking.
The shocking thing was, he has thousands of traffic on his blog with no audience or any other ads medium.
He was getting ranked by publishing regularly and close to each topic and doing well interlinking as well as on-site SEO. This was his success in a niche blog.
Well, if you want to go crazy like that, I am here to guide you on what to do now.
I will explain another crazy niche blog case study soon. (stay tuned)
Back to the main topic:
In this Multan SEO Strategy, I am explaining which type of article needs to target for backlink and what kind of backlinks it will require to rank it.
Interlinking between article goes reversely.
According to the above infographic, You need to create a “Content Asset” that attracts backlink naturally. You will also build backlinks to this content asset as mentioned above but,
Let me explain the Content Asset once again.
“The Content Asset is a resource where you explain a group of information based on micro topics with content; the content must include almost every possible element/sub-topic to explain the topic widely. The content article length should be equal to or more than 3000 words.”
Example: Biography, Recipe, Operating System, Study Abroad etc.
By this example, you need a content asset for each topic, where you explain all subtopics as a summary.
First Step: The Linkable Asset/Content Asset should interlink to relevant informational articles with exact match anchor text.
Second Step: Other single topic informational articles will individually be linked to the relevant category articles. You can also cross interlinking with similar articles. Also, to the homepage if it makes sense, as explained in the above infographic.
Third Step: The homepage already has categories of articles. So, if you also put a content summary at the homepage, then you can interlink to the related categories, informational articles, or resource page if necessary.
Off-Page SEO Structure Guideline
Backlinks are calculated as votes.
If you can build a niche relevant backlinks profile, it will increase the trust in Google’s eye, and, in this way, you have applicable votes to your website.
So you have chances to get ranked higher in Google SERP.
There are three primary problems when we talk about off-page SEO practice.
- What kind of backlinks we need; to rank an affiliate blog, and how much?
- Which article do we need to target when creating backlinks?
- The most critical question is how to create backlinks for your website?
But I will answer these questions later upon my opinion.
What will be the anchor text strategy for a linkable asset?
It would help if you used the exact keyword anchor text when building guest posts backlink. Because these types of backlinks are costly in terms of money and time investment efforts.
For other kinds of backlinks like profile, comment backlinks, web 2.0, forums backlinks you need to use LSI and branded anchor text.
Multan SEO Strategy for Backlinks
First of all, we need niche relevant Guest Posts‘ backlinks to Linkable assets to transfer the link juice and authority safely toward all relevant articles in a category.
You can acquire resource backlinks, niche relevant no-follow comment backlinks, web 2.0, and high value and clean forums backlinks to boost the authority of linkable assets.
The next step will be branding SEO.
To get protected and make a brand, you need to get backlinks at the homepage as a branding and generic anchor text.
For this purpose, you need to create profiles, forums, and web 2.0 backlinks (in some cases comment backlinks).
What will be the anchor text strategy for branding SEO?
Anchor text strategy will be the same as the Karachi SEO Strategy.
I am sharing my personal experience here about Niche Blog SEO. This method works for me; this is what I have learned so for. I named this technique to get easier to remember the strategy by the name Multan SEO Strategy for a niche blog. I will continuously update the article and will add more value here with time.
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