SEO Is So Easy A Baby Could Do It

2 weeks ago I was blessed with the arrival of my first child, Eliara Lily.

About 10 months ago I bought the domain for Ellie to use as a cyber-diary of sorts (yes, my first instinct after we got the positive pregnancy test was to run out and create a website for my unborn child).

Today, I am proud to say that my baby girl has achieved the #1 rank on Google for the keyword “Eliara Goldman” and #5 (still above the fold) for the term “Eliara.”

So what did little Ellie do to leapfrog to the top of the index?

5 easy steps (dare I say “baby steps?”):
1. Bought a Good URL that was keyword-rich
2. Created keyword-dense content
3. Used keywords in alt tags
4. Generated backlinks using targeted keywords in the anchor text
5. Created a keyword-rich page title and meta description

Now I won’t pretend that SEO for all websites is this easy (after all, as far as I know, there’s only 1 Eliara Goldman in the world) but it does go to show that, with some basic planning, strong natural rankings are within a (baby’s) arms’ reach.

Posted by: Aaron Goldman, VP Marketing & Strategic Partnerships


Bryson said...

It's true, the basics are child's play. It's a good thing her dad knows how to get authority links. May be just a matter of time before she's on Twitter.

Dave McAnally said...

Congrats man! Your parental instincts will serve your daughter well :-)

CJeffCampbell said...

Cavemen overjoyed to see themselves left out of title.

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