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An effecctive SEO strategy: but how?


In this post, you’re going to learn exactly how to create and implement an effective SEO strategy, step-by-step.

In fact, this approach has helped me grow my website to 312,995 organic visitors every month:

So if you’re looking to get higher Google rankings, this new guide is for you.

What Is an SEO Strategy?

An SEO strategy (also referred to as “SEO approach” or “search engine optimization strategy”) is the process of planning, outlining, and implementing steps designed to improve search engine rankings.

In other words: an SEO strategy is the process that you follow when you want to get more organic traffic.

With that, here are the steps to create an SEO strategy in 2021:

Step #1: Create a List of Keywords

Everything in search engine optimization revolves around keywords.

This is why keyword research is usually the first step of any legit SEO strategy.

You can easily find keywords that your target customer searches for using Google Suggest.

Start typing a keyword into Google’s search field, and it will populate a list of suggestions:

These usually make awesome keywords for SEO because they come straight from Google.

So you know that people are actually searching for them.

Plus, longer keywords (known as “long-tail keywords”) tend to be less competitive than “short tail” terms.

So even though long tails have relatively low search volume levels, you can usually rank for them faster.

I recommend typing a few different keywords into Google until you have a list of about 10 keywords.

If you want to check out the search volume and competition levels for those terms, you can use a keyword tool like SEMrush or Ubersuggest.

Once you have 10 keywords jotted down, you’re ready for step #2 of this SEO strategy.

Step #2: Analyze Google’s First Page

OK, so you found a handful of keywords.

Now it’s time to see what’s already working for those keywords.

To do that, just type one of the keywords that you found into Google.

Scan the top 10 results:

And jot down any patterns that you notice.

For example, the SERPs for “SEO Tools” is PACKED with lists of tools:

So if you wanted to cover that topic on your site, you’d want to note that the first page results are made up mostly of list posts.

And you’d probably want to publish a list post on your blog.

Then, move onto step #3…

Step #3: Create Something Different or Better

Now it’s time to create some super high-quality content.

When it comes to SEO content, you’ve got two options:

Option #1: You can create something different.

Option #2: You can create something better.


Sometimes you want to create something bigger and better than what’s out there.

(aka The Skyscraper Technique.)

But sometimes you’re better off with content that’s completely different.


Because it helps your content STAND OUT.

For example:

Some time ago I sat down to write a piece of content optimized around: “Mobile SEO”.

And I noticed Google’s first page was littered with list posts, like: “X Ways to Mobile Optimize Your Site.”


I could have created a bigger list post like: “150 Ways to Mobile Optimize Your Site”.

But that wouldn’t make any sense.

Instead, I created something totally different.

Specifically, I published an ultimate guide to mobile optimization.

Backlinko – Mobile SEO guide

And because my content stood out, it got a ton of shares:


Understanding 5G

A data-driven “fourth industrial revolution” has long been predicted. Now, the backbone for that platform is finally becoming a reality. The long-promised benefits of cyber-physical industrial systems are within sight.

The year 2019 will be remembered as the year that true cellular connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT) finally got going. Nowadays not a week goes by without a new announcement of a new 4G NB-IoT / LTE-M network rollout. Yet the future for industry is already racing towards the fifth generation (5G) of wireless communication technology.

5G promises lightning-fast speed, barely noticeable latency (or communication response time) and vastly increased capacity. All four major U.S. carriers have green-lighted test networks and partial implementations in some cities.

The benefits of marrying the physical world with digital technologies have been discussed for what seems like a generation. Many industries could use the intelligence gleaned from connected systems to gain critical insights about their operations and how to make improvements that will make a genuine difference to their bottom line. While 4G is already creating dramatic improvements for industries around the world, it’s 5G that’s creating the greater buzz.

Data alone is not enough

Jani Vilenius, Director of Research and Technology at Sandvik, says that data is already driving industry around the world: “Everyone is already collecting, and to a certain extent using data. But improved connectivity is needed to truly utilize the data and add business value. When we add more Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, and voice/image recognition into everyday systems, the bandwidth requirements mean 5G is inevitable to leverage the new capabilities.”

Industry 4.0 was supposed to bring about these benefits, but up until now there’s been a crucial element missing. Turning the idea of a collaborative, adaptive, real-time industrial digital system into a reality needs a truly agile communications infrastructure.

Beyond incremental improvement

You can be forgiven for thinking the move from 4G to 5G is merely about incremental speed improvements, with little need for all the hype. After all, the 4G/LTE (Long Term Evolution) communications architecture of today has hooked up approximately 3 billion mobile devices.

But in truth, the difference between 4G and 5G is not like comparing one iPhone model with the next, it’s more like comparing a horse and buggy to an electric race car.

Yes, 3G and 4G technology is most often equated with smartphones. That’s because the systems were designed for voice and mobile data respectively. And while it’s true that 5G’s dramatic speed increases will mean so much more than just higher-quality streaming and lightning quick downloads, the fact that it’s been designed from the ground up for data connectivity will be the game changer.

Faster connectivity and low-to-no latency will unlock operational benefits in every industry on the planet. Up until now there has been only talk, but with test systems now in place, those operational benefits are becoming clear.

Taking the connected factory to the next level

In a market reliant on data-intensive machine applications, the higher speeds and low latency of 5G is required for the effective use of autonomous robotics technology, wearables and virtual reality.

Unlike previous jumps in levels of technology in industry, 5G won’t fundamentally redesign the production line. But what it will do is offer manufacturers an opportunity to build smart factories that can adapt to changing market conditions.

The increasing capabilities of smart devices and the factories that make them won’t just impact competition within a set industry. As competition shifts from product-based to system-based, formerly clear industry boundaries will be blurred. Traditional manufacturing companies may soon find they are competing as part of a much broader automation industry, for example.

Healthcare: Enabling remote surgery

The low latency of 5G is set to revolutionize the healthcare industry, most notably in the operating theater. Experienced surgeons can advise more junior colleagues via a video connection or could even operate the surgical device remotely. You could be forgiven for thinking this sounds unlikely, yet it’s already happened.

In early 2019, the world’s first live surgery via remote assistance took place successfully in China. An experienced surgeon inserted a stimulation device in the brain of a Parkinson’s patient. The almost instantaneous latency of 2 milliseconds allowed the surgeon to accurately conduct the procedure as if they were right next to the patient, whereas in fact they were 3,000 kilometers away. The latency resembles surgery using a traditional cabled monitor solution.

Autonomous technology on the road and underground

The improvements to network latency will give applications and devices the ability to communicate in close-to real-time. This should ease the safety concerns of autonomous vehicles, providing them the ability to constantly communicate with the ever-changing environment around them.

This of course will have significant impact on mining operations, something Sandvik is aware of. Already, Sandvik has signed an agreement with Nokia to further develop solutions based on private LTE and 5G technology, much of which will take place at the Sandvik test mine in Tampere, Finland.

“Our focus to date has been on private LTE technology, which offers speed, latency, reliability and privacy benefits over Wi-Fi. It’s one of the technologies our customers are asking for now,” explains Vilenius. The benefit to Sandvik in focusing on LTE is simple. (LTE stands for Long-term Evolution and isn’t as much a technology as it is the path followed to achieve 4G speeds).Jani Vilenius, Director of Research and Technology at SandvikCustomer demand is there, and the hardware can easily be upgraded to 5G when the time comes.

Improved connectivity is needed to truly utilize the data and add business value

That’s because 5G will be used to augment and enhance existing LTE networks rather than replace them. Even so, telecommunications companies are facing a substantial investment. But rather than holding back the rollout, that very fact could speed things up.

Management consulting firm McKinsey & Company believes that the trend of network sharing will accelerate, decreasing what would otherwise be a daunting cost of 5G implementation. Network sharing enables operators to reduce the total cost of ownership while improving network quality by sharing both active and passive equipment. “Simulations from one case showed that by sharing 5G small-cell deployment and building a common, nationwide 5G IoT macro layer, operators could reduce 5G-related investments by more than 40 percent,” said a spokesperson.

Researching the business models of the future

In addition to the Sandvik test mine, Finland is also the home for significant research. Aalto University’s Industrial Internet Campus is a cross-disciplinary platform that provides a testbed for future solutions for industrial partners including Sandvik’s partner Nokia.

Project areas include intelligent construction sites, energy usage optimization in smart buildings, and the factory of the future. The 5G meets Industrial Internet (5G@II) project looks at how to provide a cost-effective, globally secure and secure foundation for a future 5G-driven industrial internet. Specifically, the team aims to create a blueprint of a 5G service management system by trialing it on real industrial use cases.

Pharma firms, G20 leaders pledge vaccines for poorer nations


Coronavirus vaccine producers promised billions of doses for poorer countries at a G20 health summit Friday, where leaders vowed to expand access to jabs is the only way to end the pandemic.

 The bosses of Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson announced they would supply around 3.5 billion vaccine doses at cost or discount too low- and middle-income countries this year and next.

Meanwhile, the European Union pledged to donate 100 million doses and invest in regional manufacturing hubs in Africa to reduce the continent´s reliance on imports.

World Health Organisation (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hailed the “generous announcements”, but warned, “in the coming months, we will need hundreds of millions more doses.”

In their summit declaration, the Group of 20 most powerful countries emphasized the importance of open supply chains and equitable access to tools to tackle COVID-19.

“It is a very clear ‘no’ to health nationalism,” said European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, who co-hosted the summit with Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, the current G20 chair.

But the five-page text, containing a list of 16 principles, stopped short of endorsing the contentious idea of a temporary global waiver on patent protection for coronavirus vaccines to boost global production.

Instead, it called for other tools such as “data sharing, capacity building, licensing agreements, and voluntary technology and know-how transfers on mutually agreed terms.”

Vaccinate the world

The summit was billed as an attempt to learn lessons from the pandemic, which has killed more than 3.4 million people globally since the COVID-19 virus emerged in late 2019.

The final declaration emphasized the need for investment in global healthcare systems, improved data sharing, and surveillance of human and animal diseases.

But while many rich countries are enjoying a slowdown in infections thanks to vaccination drives, many others are still battling fresh surges — and the pressing need to help them dominated the day’s discussions.

“As we prepare for the next pandemic, our priority must be to ensure that we all overcome the current one together,” Draghi told the summit.

“We must vaccinate the world — and do it fast.”

In Washington, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report emphasized the same message, with a $50-billion (41-billion euro) plan to end the pandemic focused heavily on expanding the rollout of vaccines.

It noted that as of last month, less than two percent of people in Africa had been vaccinated while more than 40% of the population in the United States and more than 20% in Europe had received at least one dose.

‘Share dollars and doses’

In an announcement at the summit, Pfizer promised two billion vaccine doses and Moderna “up to” 995 million by the end of 2022 at cost or discount to poorer nations.

Johnson & Johnson unveiled a deal with the Covax vaccine-sharing program for 200 million doses this year, and said it was discussing the “potential supply” of an additional 300 million for 2022.

Much of this will be provided through the vaccine-sharing program Covax, to which Germany and France also pledged 30 million doses by the end of this year.

A Covax spokesman told AFP it had secured enough doses through existing and ongoing deals to vaccinate up to 30% of the populations in 92 low- and medium-income countries — about 1.8 billion doses.

But further support is needed.

The WHO’s Access to Covid Tools (ACT) Accelerator, which aims to help develop and ensure access to vaccines, medicines, and tests against COVID-19 and strengthen healthcare systems, is still $18.5 billion short of its funding target for this year.

The Rome summit brought together some 20 heads of state and government alongside organizations such as the WTO, African Union, and World Bank — as proof that the world can come together to deal with COVID-19.

Microsoft founder and billionaire health philanthropist Bill Gates was also invited and used his speech to call on rich nations to “share dollars and doses.”

Earlier this month, an influential report warned that the catastrophic scale of coronavirus pandemic could have been prevented.

The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response said a “toxic cocktail” of dithering and poor coordination meant the warning signs went unheeded.


Start earning through gig like others who lose job


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Seven years ago, Jennifer Shealey was working as a project administrator for a tile company — but it wasn’t a job she was passionate about.

“Things weren’t working out,” says Shealey, now 42. “I wanted to grow, and as an LGBTQ minority female, I was often overlooked for promotions and upper management roles. At times, I felt the need to dumb myself down in order to be heard.”

Shealey was also getting her master’s in management and hoped to leave her job and instead work from home. So, Shealey searched the internet for other opportunities and found freelancer platform Fiverr in 2014.

“It hit me, and I was like, ‘Wow, could this be something that I could leave that sucky job that I had [for]?’” she says.

Shealey created a Fiverr account, and as a side hustle, started offering digital marketing services, like designing social media ads, for entrepreneurs. (Prior to receiving her master’s, Shealey earned her bachelor’s in graphic design.)

Then in 2015, Shealey unexpectedly lost her full-time job. At first, Shealey had to work two part-time jobs plus her Fiverr gigs to stay afloat.

But after a few years, “I was basically making more with Fiverr than I was with those two jobs together,” she says. That’s when Shealey turned her side hustle into her full-time gig out of her home in Melbourne, Florida.

“I lost my job, and I was all in on Fiverr,” she says. “It was actually a blessing in disguise.”

Since Shealey started on the platform, she has made over $366,000 in sales, and “in the last couple of years, I’ve been hitting six figures, so I don’t find myself slowing down,” she says.

Here are a few lessons Shealey learned along the way.

Figure out what you love to do and just start

In working in an industry she wasn’t excited about, “a very valuable lesson I’ve learned on this journey is to stay true to your passion and your goals,” Shealey said.

Now working in marketing and graphic design, “the money comes because it’s my passion,” she said.

And once you’ve found your passion, Shealey recommends to “just start.”

“I think that’s what gets people tripped up, especially because we’re constantly on social media and we’re looking for this perfection and you don’t need perfection,” she said. “You just need heart and a vision.”

If there are naysayers who are preventing you to start, “kick them out,” she said. “You’ve got to get rid of the weeds or you’re not going to grow.”

A freelancer platform can help get your business off the ground

Using a freelancer platform has been especially helpful, Shealey says.

“When you have a platform like Fiverr or any of these types of platforms that help freelancers, you can basically plug yourself in,” she says. “They’ve got it all set up – I don’t have to worry about my website online and all that other stuff. I don’t have to deal with all that. I just I’m running my own ship.”

Fiverr, for example, helps market your business as it’s a well-known platform and drives customers to its site, she says, which is a great boost for those who do not yet have a following.

“You don’t have to know anybody. I didn’t know anybody. I just logged in and I created a username,” Shealey says.

Now, Shealey is one of the top rated sellers on the platform.

Start small and adjust your price structure along the way

When first starting to offer marketing services on Fiverr, Shealey would design Facebook advertisements for her customers and charge as low as $5.

“Some people might find that silly starting out, like, ‘Why would you do that?’ Well, sometimes you have to do what you got to do to put your name out there,” she says.

Shealey offered low rates to start, but over the past seven years, progressively increased her pricing. Now, her work costs anywhere from $20 to $125, depending on the type of advertisement and how much work it takes, among other things.

“I could probably double that and still be fine, but I try to be mindful of the marketplace and where people are at in the marketplace because I do like to help everyday people,” she says. “That’s how I structure my pricing.”

During the pandemic, Shealey’s business has grown as entrepreneurs moved their shops online.

“On a professional level, in terms of my money, I’m doing way more work than I did in 2020. I’m quite shocked about it. But I seize the opportunity because I’m not sure what the future is going to hold at this point,” she said. “Right now, people are trying to build their businesses, so I’m making services available to them.”

Be patient

It may take time to achieve success on Fiverr or any freelancer platform, Shealey says, but stay patient.

“I just wouldn’t give up. I didn’t see a huge return in the first three years, and I was busy working other part-time jobs. But, I just wouldn’t lose heart,” she says.

In 2020, Shealey made over $106,000 in sales, and this year so far, she has made over $45,000 in sales.

“All I wanted to do was pay my rent and to get food in my mouth and to pay my bills. And that’s powerful,” Shealey say. “Now, I don’t have to think about all that. I can think about my future.”

How to start and where to start freelancing


The fact that you’re reading these words right now means that you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “freelancing” quite a bit by now. Maybe you’ve seen a lot of friends and relatives climb aboard the freelancing bandwagon and want to make some of that dough yourself. Perhaps you’ve heard of the impact freelancers have made in our country and are just in awe of them. After all, they did bring in $150 million worth of revenue over the course of a year.

Regardless of your reasons for wanting to learn more about freelancing, you can rest assured that it is an incredibly fascinating concept. In this article, we will dive headfirst into freelancing waters and talk about everything you need to know in order to kick-start your own freelance career.

What is a freelancer?

Also known as an “independent contractor,” a freelancer is someone who is self-employed and is not necessarily tied with a single company. Some freelancers might use an agency to connect them with work opportunities. However, most freelancers use networking and their contacts to generate jobs.

Generally, freelance work is short-term and is paid by the job or by the hour (though some may use a retainer if the client frequently uses their services).

Examples of freelance work

The digital economy has made freelancing a far more viable choice for workers. The scope for freelance work is pretty vast, especially now that most of our work is conducted remotely. Common freelance jobs include:

  • Writing/blogging
  • Web development
  • Social media management
  • Data Entry
  • Graphic design
  • Virtual assistant
  • Accounting/bookkeeping
  • Computer programming

Pros and cons of freelancing

This overview of freelancing wouldn’t be complete without pointing out the good (and the ugly) in the freelancing world. Therefore, the following are some of the most common pros and cons of a freelancing career.


  • Flexible work schedule
  • Acquisition of new skills
  • Quality of work
  • The ability to work anywhere
  • Ability to be your own boss
  • Selectivity with clients
  • No commuting
  • No office politics



  • Inconsistent income
  • No job security
  • No benefits
  • Increased financial workload
  • Difficulty distinguishing work and personal time
  • Juggling multiple client issues at once (particularly hellish!)


How to start your own freelancing journey

Making the decision to go for a freelancing career may sound brilliant, but there are several important steps you’ll have to take before you can sit back and watch the money roll in. While freelancing might seem overwhelming sometimes, especially when one considers the plethora of options and platforms available, it becomes immensely meaningful work once you get the basics right.

Without further ado, let us walk through some of the initial steps every aspiring freelancer must consider.

Define you goals and niche

Like any venture, it’s important to have goals. Without goals, you can easily lose track of your business plan or become derailed. Gaining a clear understanding of your long-term goals will help you set smaller short-term goals to help you along the way.

Some important questions to ask yourself are:

  • Are you looking to freelance full-time?
  • Are you freelancing to earn extra income?
  • Is freelancing just a stepping stone to a bigger goal?


After determining your goals, you’ll want to find a niche that you can be profitable and happy in. A niche is a narrow area of expertise. For example, instead of competing in a crowded market of writers, you could narrow the field to technical writing. This reduces the amount of competition while identifying specific skills to improve on. Instead of being a good writer in a general field, you can be a highly-sought-after technical writer.

Identify potential clients

Your clients can make or break your business. While it can be tough to turn away business in the early days of your freelancing, it’s important to narrow down the type of clients you work well with. This allows for better quality of work and greater results.

When you are looking for new clients, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Which businesses will find my services useful?
  • Which businesses can afford my rates?
  • Can I learn anything about their demographics to attract similar clients?


Answering these questions will help you set up a client profile, which will make looking for new clients easy. By narrowing your focus on target clients, you can easily build your reputation in your niche. These clients can start to advocate for your business, which will go a long way in the business world.

Figure out your pay rate

Identifying your clients will help determine your pay rate. Some freelancers may try to compete with other businesses by cutting their prices. While this could be a good short-term strategy to gain clients, it is not sustainable. Instead, your pay rate should be determined by the value of your work and your client’s budget.

For example, if you are a writer that specializes in long-form blog posts, you can set your pay rate above someone who writes short articles. If you have a bigger client, such as a marketing agency, they would be able to pay a higher rate than a small business startup.

Build a portfolio

This one is all about making that incredible first impression on your clients. A portfolio is essentially a collection of your work, something that a potential client can go through in order to get a sense of the quality of your service. Quite a bunch of people rely on websites to display their portfolio, since they are very shareable and easy to update.

In a nutshell, your portfolio should:

  • Communicate and display samples of your work
  • List your contact information
  • Show off your personality
  • Highlight skills, education, and accomplishments
  • Display testimonials from past clients
  • Be updated regularly


Learn how to market yourself

At the end of the day, you could have the most awe-inspiring portfolio of work and the most incredible work ethic but it will all come to naught if you don’t know how to advertise your skills to potential clients.

This is actually a huge aspect of securing gigs on platforms like Upwork and Fiverr, because you are supposed to submit a proposal to clients so that they consider it and determine if you are good enough for the task at hand.

While crafting your proposal, keep the following points in mind:

  • Open with an “elevator pitch” that will show clients who you are, what you do, and your value within the first few lines.
  • Sell your strengths, be it in the form of accomplishments or reviews from previous clients.
  • Answer all of the client’s questions.
  • Refer to your portfolio.
  • Use an appealing layout, because you want to make sure that the client actually feels like reading the proposal to begin with!


Popular freelancing platforms

Once you’ve got the A-Z of freelancing down, all you need to do is to make an account on a freelancing website and start implementing what you’ve learned.

Since there are loads of freelancing platforms out there, let me save you some time and highlight three of the most popular freelancing websites out there. Feel free to do your own research as well, since the platform of your choice will be all about what feels most comfortable to you at the end of the day.

Related: 5 websites to make money online as a freelancer


Aside from Fiverr, this is probably the one platform you’ve heard of the most. Upwork has 12 million registered freelancers from all over the world, who generate a combined total of $1 billion every year from 3 million jobs.

Upwork enables the clients to interview, hire and then work with freelancers on its own platform. There is a timesheet application to track time by taking screenshots of the freelancers while they are working. In order to speed up the process of finding freelancers, it has a real-time chat platform. To get started, you need to create a profile and then find a job you want. Once that’s done, all you have to do is to submit your proposal. Hopefully, you know how to do that by now.


Fiverr is world’s leading platform for freelancers to connect with companies. It starts at $5 per job. Fiverr is among the top 100 most popular websites in the United States. You can sell any service at this website. For example, you can offer gigs such as social media services or create drawings.


Guru works by offering commissioned work to freelancers. Create your profile and submit quotes to open jobs. Employers will review your quote and then choose to hire you. So, make sure you submit a compelling quote. You can choose to be paid hourly and you can also break down your job into milestones and set payment for each milestone. Of course, you can also choose to be paid per task.


Freelancing is booming right now, and in an era defined by remote work, it will continue its upward trajectory all over the world. While it can be super daunting at first, a freelance career can feel like one of the best decisions you’ve ever made once the fruit of your labor comes pouring in.

Consider using this guide as a launching pad for your journey into the fascinating world of freelancing. Do your research, ask questions, and learn from your mistakes. Good luck!

Private policy


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If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us.

Children’s Information

Another part of our priority is adding protection for children while using the internet. We encourage parents and guardians to observe, participate in, and/or monitor and guide their online activity.

networld does not knowingly collect any Personal Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13. If you think that your child provided this kind of information on our website, we strongly encourage you to contact us immediately and we will do our best efforts to promptly remove such information from our records.


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