GROW your organic traffic in 3-6 months, with blog posts alone
Even if you don’t run a single backlink outreach campaign
Quality content that beats your competion’s, by a mile.
Expert content SEO, so you don’t have to worry about the logistics.
Words that engage your readers.
Only Tested & Proven strategies
Before Google’s Hummingbird algorithm update:
In addition to to keyword matching, Google used to score pages based on how many times they were mentioned on the web .
i.e how many backlinks; other pages that linked to that said page.
Based on that score,
It would decide which page would get to rank first, then second, then third.
This sounded good first hand…
The more sources on the web linked to a specific page, the more this indicated that the page was important to users.
But naturally, when some SEOs understood this, they started abusing the system.
This lead to many “black hat” SEO practices.
Some made businesses out of selling mentions & links to other businesses who need them.
And some others started creating large numbers of links, that cause a web page to have a high ranking for searches on unrelated or off topic keyword phrases…
This was either for financial gain (which did not necessarily help the end-user), or even for commical or satirical purposes.
Like when Google’s algorithm got tricked by a counter-political movement to get George W. Bush…
Ranked 1st for the keyword: “Miserable failure”
As humans, we naturally understand what each page’s content is about, and based on that we can decide on which pages answer our questions best
But for a machine to do the same, it’s a little harder.
But events like these led Google to re-evaluate its whole process of understanding web pages, and introduce significant updates to its algorithms.
After the Hummingbird:
This one was a complete overhaul of the search engine’s algorithms, and it signaled Google’s ever-increasing commitment to satisfying the end-user’s experience.
i.e Answering their queries in an accurate, precise, and highly beneficial way.
Kind of a win-win situation for all…
Provide real (and better) value to your readers, and you’ll get ranked.
Get ranked, and you’ll get more customers.
Now, let’s say that you (a Google user) have had a lingering issue or question that’s been on your mind lately, and you went to Google for a solution…
Would you rather have a beginner/amateur answer it for you?
Or would you rather have an expert give you the full solution?
Plainly, it’s the latter.
So how can Google identify an expert and separate them from an absolute beginner/amateur, a spammer/scammer, or even an intermediate?
The answer is, content…
Introducing, Topical Authority:
Topical Authority was one of the most fundamental elements of the Hummingbird update.
And yes, it’s still heavily applied today to rank any web page…
What it is
Topical Authority is achieved when a website has covered the most information on a certain topic, in the most accurate & satisfying way to the end-user.
In Google’s eyes, this indicates that you’re much more of an expert than your competition – even if they’re a multimillion or billion-dollar company, it doesn’t matter.
How it works…
If you write content that’s better than your competition’s, and which covers all of the subjects surrounding a main topic, in a precise and accurate way…
Then you’ll get a higher Topical Authority Score.
If it’s higher than your competition’s…
You’ll have much higher chances of outranking them
And the numbers of backlinks they have against yours?
Well, those will stand weak against your Topical Authority Score.
Of course, there came other updates regarding content such as…
Key points: Focus on query-specific relevance, penalties for shallow content, and poor UX
Key points: More focus on E-A-T signals for content in certain (YMYL) niches.
Key points: Penalties on poorly written content; lack of focus; lack on context.
Core algorithm update: 2022
Key points: Focus on higher quality content.
And all of them revolved around a single major point:
The more you write
And the better it is than your competition’s
The much higher your odds are of outranking them
Even if they have more backlinks than you
Topical Authority is still considered one of the (if not The) most important & critical factor when it comes to ranking a webpage in the top SERPs.
What our outsourced blog post writing services include:
Ghostwriting – with words that engage your readers
Full SEO keyword research & strategy – $500/month value
Quality blog posts that beat your competition’s – consistently
Expert SEO Content
Full Topical Authority coverage
And if you don’t have the time to worry about if you’ve set up the right SEO tags for your blog posts, image tags, and link anchors, we do that for you too…
If you don’t consider yourself an SEO expert
And if you wish to get on board with us,
We recommend that you go either with
The Intermediate/Semi-automated plan
Or the SEO Machine/Fully Automated plan
Note from CEO – Sully C.
I aim to provide high-quality service to all clients (possibly you as well), and this can only be done after an extensive process of filtering through highly proficient writers and SEOs.
Because of this, spots are usually always limited.
So if you came to this page through one of our marketing campaigns, and only if you feel that we can be a great fit, then hurry up and place your order – it’s a win-win for all.
How many blog posts do I need to publish per month to outrank my competition?
The answer to that depends on the following conditions:
- The frequency at which your top competitors are blogging
- The number of blog posts it would take to cover all of the facets of a main topic (i.e Topical Authority coverage)
- Your available resources: time, or budget, or both
In general, you’ll want to write at a faster rate than your competition’s – but it’s not super necessary.
What’s necessary is that you cover all of the sets of subjects that surround your main target topic.
Speed is good, but you’ll only want to publish at a speed that correlates with your budget & time – of course.
But a quality of answers that are good enough to beat your competition’s, however, is what matters more.
In essence, the more you can go with blog posts to publish, the more likely it is that Google will see you as an authority, and the higher you’ll rank.
Why choose Writerarmy?
There are other agencies & freelancers out there…
Here’s what we’ve realized after our experiences & market research: