Quickly learn SEO for real estate investor websites. This is my attempt to teach you everything I know about SEO in the most straightforward and concise way.
Step 1 – Sign Up & Launch A Carrot website.
Trust me when I say that they are already optimized. It would take you a solid week of work to create all the content, internal links, and the structure of the website. Nevermind all the features and tools built into the software.
Step 2 – Create/Finalize Your SEO Strategy
SEO takes time and effort. You don’t want to shoot from the hip and discover 6 months later that your strategy wasn’t going to get you to the finish line.
Read this post about my SEO strategy.
Step 3 – Choose 1 Keyword To Rank For
Why only one? Because it’s important to stay focused. You can follow this process as many times as you need to rank for more keywords (rinse and repeat).
Read this blog post about keyword research.
As a bonus, I share a few real estate investor keywords here.
Step 4 – Optimize Your On-Page SEO For EVERY Single Page On Your Website
This is where a good strategy comes into play. Don’t make the mistake I see so many investors make and optimize multiple pages for the same keyword.
EACH PAGE SHOULD BE OPTIMIZE FOR A UNIQUE KEYWORD
Read this post about how real estate investors can use on-page SEO for their Carrot websites.
Step 4a – Use Carrot’s SEO Tool
Part of on-page SEO will involve using Carrot’s SEO tool.
Read this blog post about how to optimize and rank your Carrot content.
Step 5 – Drive Backlinks To Your Website
Backlinks are the final piece of the puzzle. They really push your rankings up in the search. But I wouldn’t start working on my backlinks until I was confident my on-page SEO was dialed.
Related Carrot blog posts about how to drive backlinks
Step 6 – Track Your Effort & Results
So many investors make the changes to their content but don’t take the time to figure out what is working. Put your target keywords in your Carrot ranking tool. I strongly recommend the Advanced Marketer plan so you can get 20 keywords to track.