What is the point of spending a lot of hours on your site and your content if then nobody will see them?
Isn’t it better to create less here and spread more work that you have already created?
Second, if you can afford it economically, you can consider delegating this task to Naples SEO company, a professional SEO service provider.
However, SEO services are not cheap and it is easy to screw up, I would say even likely, if you have no idea of SEO.
And with “screw up” I do not necessarily mean that you end up hiring a few non-professionals, but that you do not know how to manage the relationship with the team you have hired and this one pursues objectives that are not really those that interest you.
Therefore, I think that any website owner must have SEO knowledge, at least some basic knowledge.
Things such as, for example, the analysis of keywords (and the consequent decisions on content to be developed) involve tactical and strategic decisions where you should always maintain supervision and singing voice.
On the other hand, following the references I give you in this post, you have practically everything you need to acquire this knowledge.
With a few hours of reading and putting what has been learned into practice, about 10 specific contents and a few months of follow-up should be enough to start taking the trick of basic SEO.
What I strongly recommend is that you hire an SEO professional to review with him the work you have done, your successes and your mistakes. Here you will be able to make a great leap in your mastery of matter.
And from there, you can delegate with much more peace of mind because you will understand what they are doing to you.
Ryan Myers is a business blog author and writer. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009 with a degree in Political Science. His favorite topics to write about are blogging for small businesses and becoming an entrepreneur.