“Why You Can’t Say No To SEO: The Technical Headache For Online Entrepreneurs” is the first of my books that are coming out in 2019. It’s been four years since I last wrote a book and I feel that a book on search engine optimization is way overdue.
In fact, what many of you don’t know is that back in 2015 after I had written my last book on self-publishing, I created an online course about blogging and about search engine optimization. I even did an interview about it for another course, which was meant to be a bonus for people who opted in.
At the time, there were so many – and I mean, so many! – copycats on the market, who claimed to know search engine optimization. And yet, no one had the numbers to prove it. At the time, I was getting over one million page views per month for various clients, but I just didn’t feel motivated to share what I knew, because people were buying courses from copycats with the notion that they would get useful and whitehat tactics.
I actually had to pull away from the whole online landscape for a while. I started planning new companies and focusing on motherhood. But when I returned online, I started using my own tactics and now, I’m pulling in millions of page views and dollars for a new website.
I finally decided to write “Why You Can’t Say No To SEO: The Technical Headache For Online Entrepreneurs” because I found myself often talking to people about search engine optimization.
“Hey, what are you working on?”
“Oh, I’m doing a lot of SEO these days.”
“Oh yeah? Did you write a book about it?”
It’s important to note that this kind of search engine optimization I talk about in the book is geared towards blog content and articles, both evergreen and news. It’s in no way meant to be a complete scope of everything search engine optimization-related.