For more about SEO for new websites:
Here is a link to my full SEO course:
Additionally here is a popular blog post of mine about SEO for new websites:
In this tutorial I explain how SEO is different for new websites, and what should be the first set of things you do when you initially create your website.
If you don’t have a website yet, here is my tutorial about making a new website easily and inexpensively:
Once you get your new website up and running, what you should try to do is install some SEO plugins if you used WordPress to create your website. I definitely recommend using WordPress to build your website. The WordPress plugin I use and recommend is the Yoast SEO plugin. It is free and very helpful.
Another thing I recommend in terms of SEO for new websites is to start doing social media marketing. The increased social media sharing of your website will give you a small SEO boost.
Another thing I recommend is to do proper keyword research and keyword targeting. Then create a publishing schedule which will be reasonable, and will be something you will be able to stick to long term. A consistent content publishing schedule can help your SEO in a big way. For each new page you create, make sure it has well formed title and description meta tags. Also make sure that you have good original content which includes rich content. Rich content can be photos, videos, audio files, or even slideshare slide shows.
Check out a full list of my business and marketing books for many more tutorials on many topics regarding how to grow your business:
And here is a full list of my business and marketing courses:
Best way to create your website: WordPress vs. Squarespace vs. Weebly:
Inbound marketing tutorial:
SEO and social media:
On page SEO tutorial:
Off page SEO tutorial:
How to get Google traffic:
How to start a successful YouTube channel:
Blog commenting for SEO:
SEO social signals and engagement signals:
Introduction to SEO:
Marketing strategies course:
Marketing strategy book to reach 1,000,000 people:
Blogging, SEO & social media – how to use your blog as a part of your social media marketing strategy:
SEO keyword research comparing long tail keywords and short tail keywords