Helping the searchers find you.
Sure, you have a web presence and people know where to find you, but what if they don’t.
Author and serial blogger Randy Milanovic’s latest book, The Little Black Book of Content Structure for UX & SEO (2016): Craft Your Web Pages for Search Engines and Searchers Alike, will help new clients find you.
When web surfers need to find you, they will, thanks to Milanovic’s tips and guidance. He explains how content structure and page design are keys to fruitful search engine optimization and client discovery. And while the procedures – setting up keywords, creating internal links and polishing your content – might seem overwhelming, it will be old hat after a while, especially when you see the impact it is having on your business.
Geared toward all levels of webmasters, The Little Black Book of Content Structure for UX & SEO explains how to structure your website to be successful and discoverable.
Milanovic is an author of several books and a variety of blogs on Internet marketing topics, including SEO and the subtlety of social engagement. The founder of Kayak Online Marketing created the company after months of learning about and expanding his knowledge of all things online following a cancer diagnosis. He says he is “forever an entrepreneur,” and has worked with more than 500 companies.
The Little Black Book of Content Structure for UX & SEO is available in paperback and as a Kindle e-book.
Review by John T. Garcia