What is Tea Time SEO?
Tea Time SEO is a collection of 2-3 minute videos published on a mail list as well as Linkedin with the aim to give you actionable tips that you can do in 2-3 minutes twice a week to improve the SEO of your website while the kettle is boiling. We also provide updates on news from Google, and updates that you should know about
So what are you waiting for? Get that kettle boiling!!
Tea Time SEO is a special mail list just about SEO. We send out an email on Tuesday and Thursday with a video like the ones below giving you some guidance as to what SEO work you are going to do to get your site ranking.
It’s meant to hold you accountable for making small and simple changes that will have an impact on your business and is made so that anyone can follow along. BYO Biscuits & Tea (though if you ask nicely we might be able to send you some tea bags?).
Previous tea time goodness
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To some digital marketers, “public relations” might sound more like a traditional marketing strategy. In a technical sense, it is.
But in the context of link building, the term simply refers to the practice of using the same methods to get backlinks that you might use to get press. One of the best ways to do this is to get cited as a source in a news article or other online content.
In the past, the only way to do this was to hire a publicist with connections to journalists and prominent publications, let’s show you how you can spend a couple of minutes today getting links.
Zombie pages are pages on your site that don’t bring in any traffic.
They’re just…there and no one sees them. They’re like the furniture that you just don’t get rid of but should. It’s gathered dust for a long time.
When you delete Zombie Pages, you can get higher rankings and more Google traffic.
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Today we’re talking about content gap analysis, so what is it? Content Gap Analysis is the process of evaluating existing content on a topic and discovering “gaps” in that content to improve upon.
Now I’m sure that when you post content your goal is ranking #1 in Google. No one posts content and thinks hey I hope this hits the 3rd page!
So what’s the best way to find content with gaps? Google your keyword and see what’s showing on the first page!