But it couldn’t be easier to SEO the bejesus out of your online text and you don’t need to be a specialist to do it.
What you’ll learn.
How to write decent content
How to create searchable topics
How to build industry authority
What won’t happen.
You won’t be bored sh*tless
You won’t be blinded by jargon
You won’t be afraid of SEO
What people are saying…
“Sharp, funny, jargon-free and easy to understand – it’s a genuine original.”
John Doe Company1
“I spent hard-earned money after reading a three-star review that criticised style and not content. As a quintessential Brit with issues, her style is right up my street. Who’d have thunk an SEO guide would be a hard 18 and make me laugh out loud while educating myself.”
John Doe Company2
“I read the entire book during lunch and will read it again this evening and maybe even tomorrow because its simplicity is almost too good in today’s digital overload of the same old, same old.”
“This is a bitesize power hour on how to turbocharge your websites’ organic traffic. Replete with sarky wit and easy-to-wrap-your-noggin-around examples, ‘Heavy Traffic’ reads like no other marketing book you’re likely to come across.”
“Most people don’t have a bloody clue about SEO or content writing. Sarah, on the other hand, does. Buy this book if you actually want to drive traffic to your website.”
“Excellent pointers to improve your business’s online visibility, written in a tone of voice that other sarky b*stards like myself greatly appreciate. I found the section on keyword research especially helpful. Good job in bringing a potentially dull subject to life!”
“Content is a good introduction to SEO and is pretty much straight to the point. The sarcasm doesn’t work for me but you are good. Hope you can adapt the brand personality.”
“Sarah Wilson-Blackwell’s book, Heavy Traffic, Drive Organic Traffic to your Website with SEO Content Writing, is as funny as it is informative. She delivers what promises to be a dry, boring, mundane, pedantic subject in a delightfully light, deadpan cadence.”