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CC 064: SEO Spider’s Web: How To Improve Website UX, Create Authority Content & Build Better Backlinks With Will Blunt of Blogger Sidekick

If you want to learn a content and SEO strategy that can help you improve your website UX, create authority content and build better backlinks - you'll love the SEO Spider's Web, the simple but highly effective content marketing technique created by experienced online marketer Will Blunt of Blogger Sidekick.

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​Will's Backstory

Will's longstanding interest in online marketing started at the age of just 12, when he set up a fledgling Geocities community of around 50 people in the WWF wrestling niche. He then went on to study marketing at university in both Sydney and San Diego.

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From there, Will started working with a management and leadership consultant on their content marketing and blogging - and went on to found his content marketing business, Blogger Sidekick, in 2014.

Since then, the demand for Will's expert content marketing services has steadily grown, so much so that he's now devised his own systems and processes to govern every aspect of creating and promoting high quality content to secure more customers and build your online business.

The SEO Spider's Web system is the result of all this work, and draws upon Will's years of specialist experience to help you improve the user experience on your business website, create the kind of content that converts prospects into customers - and build effective on-site and external links to increase traffic and brand awareness.

[Podcast] Learn To Spin Your SEO Spider's Web With Will Blunt of Blogger Sidekick #contentmarketing

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  • Picking our anchor keywords
  • Creating our content anchors
  • Setting up our basecamp
  • Aligning our content strategy to the anchors
  • Spinning our web with internal linking
  • Strengthening our web with external backlinks

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Loz took his first copywriting business to a five figure annual income, then founded the Content Champion blog and podcast, (subscribe and listen), which has helped 1000’s of independent online business owners conquer their competition with proven SEO & content marketing techniques. Read the full story here >

This article has 2 comments

  1. Neil Curtis

    Great, this is probably similar to what people call having content silos where you have a main category type in which to create lots of related content. Although I am not sure these silos work around having one main piece of content and then having lots of related content internally linking to them.

    Anyway, this is a very sensible and planned content and website plan this will work if people do it correctly. Even with zero external linkbuilding this will work, although with good quality backlinks it will work better and quicker I’m sure.

    Anyway, great stuff and thanks Will and Loz

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