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“I’m lovin’ it.” “Just do it.” “Because you’re worth it.” – without even mentioning the names of these brands, you already know which brand these taglines belong to. That is the power of impactful, memorable branding. Of course, these big companies have spent millions on their marketing to achieve these kinds of results by playing their message over and over again through different channels, but if there’s one thing to take away from these giants, it’s that one of the keys to staying top of mind with your consumers is consistency.
Welcome back to our three-part series on best practices for on-page SEO. If you’re just joining us, we’ve already covered the importance of good content and how to find and implement keywords. And in part three of our series, we’re going to cover seven of the HTML elements you need to consider in your on-page SEO strategy. First and foremost, is your title tag.
If you’re just getting started in search engine optimization (SEO), you likely associate SEO with one thing: keywords. Researching and incorporating keywords into content and copy has long been an on-page SEO best practice though the strategies and emphasis on keywords have evolved over the years. In part one of our three-part series covering on-page SEO best practices for financial advisors, we talked about creating well-written, informative content. Now it’s time to learn how to optimize that content with keywords.