Search engine optimization (SEO) is teamwork. Now I am going to share with you why SEO is teamwork. I am Moshiour Rahaman Shizan, and I have more than five years of experience in the SEO field. Today I will break down why teamwork is essential for the best SEO result. Let’s get started.
When you are thinking about SEO, what do you think first? A man with his laptop doing all the crazy stuff for ranking in google first? If you are thinking this, you are far away from the SEO sector. SEO is not a single thing. Though SEO is a subset of Digital Marketing, the process of doing SEO is more critical than Digital marketing itself!
As human beings, we can do a single task at a time. If we try to do a lot of tasks at a time, that task either fails or is unfinished. SEO is a combined work. In single thought, SEO is a job, but it needs many subordinates to complete this job. It has many roots. If you try to handle all those roots by yourself, the final result will be a massacre!
Three main parts of SEO
If you have done enough SEO research, you already know there are three main components of SEO.
- On-page SEO
- Off-page SEO &
- Technical SEO
On-page SEO is optimizing your website according to the needs of your search engine. What your search engine wants to rank you on the top of SERP. The different search engines have some different recommendations, and It depends on which search engine you like to rank. By the way, I usually follow Google’s recommendations because most of the search engines are following its SERP technique.
All things are part of on-page SEO, from keyword research to competitor analysis, SEO-friendly content, and SEO-friendly websites.
Off-page is the main game of SEO. If you are good at this process, then you will be a game-changer for your niche. Here, you will have to face some common steps like Link building, PR outreach, Broken link building, Guest posting, Shut out backlinking, and other crazy kinds of stuff. It will be highly time killing if you want it done by yourself because you can’t do all those kinds of stuff by yourself at a time.
In the part of technical SEO, you will focus on your technical issues. Like, Speed optimization, Mobile friendly websites, Robots.txt, Search Console, Analytics, etc. Some of the problems you definitely can fix by yourself, but most of the time, you need to take the help of your developer.
So if you think SEO is a single-person game, you are not living in the age of truth. It would be best if you worked with a whole SEO team. And you will distribute the SEO action plan to your team. Teamwork will be time-consuming and effective because we can’t focus all the SEO sector at a single time. In terms of SEO, a single mistake can be a massive drawback to your result. Because SEO is teamwork.
Is it possible to do SEO without teamwork?
The answer is yes. Possible. If you are working with a few keywords in the same niche, then it is possible. And another important thing is time. Usually, medium KD keywords take four to six months. If you have enough time, then you can do SEO only by yourself. But again, If you are dealing with your customer, make sure you have a team to handle all those tasks because only simultaneously working on an SEO project can give the best SEO result.
Do I need to hire an SEO or an SEO team?
Hiring an SEO can be your solution; it will be cost-effective rather than hiring a big team. But you have to remember the person you are hiring; he cannot do all the SEO work by himself at a time. You have to give him enough time to rank for your niche. Or allow him to hire freelancers as his helping hand. If you don’t like all those hassles, you can go with an SEO agency. They will do all the things that you need to rank on google.
So, What do you think now? Do you still think SEO is a single-person game? or SEO is teamwork? Please share with me. If you like my blogs, please don’t forget to mail me. A simple thank you is so much inspiration to me.
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