What Are The Three Most Important Aspects of SEO?


By Dirk Johnson


People in the SEO world love to argue. One of the things they argue about is this: What aspects of search engine optimization are the most important?


They will discuss (or rather, argue about) the importance of title tags, page content, links, and more. Blah blah blah.


Of course, those things are all important as TACTICS, but all of those are actually secondary in importance to ACTION.




To a small business owner with a website, the most important three things about SEO are these:


1)  You

2)  Doing something

3)  Right


This is especially true for music lesson studio owners, where the competition can be weak. Often, ANY correct action that you take regarding your search engine optimization can turn out to be very effective.


However, doing nothing gets you nothing, or worse, you even might lose the rankings that you have! For more info on that, see the post Did Your New Student Inquiries Suddenly Slow Down?


Don’t Get Caught Up In the Minutiae


SEO is a very “gray” craft. Nothing is black and white.


It’s easy to get caught up in the endless micro-arguments that swirl around this subject. From experience, I am advising you to save time and ignore the deep-dive details.


What’s important is simple. Just do SOMETHING and do it RIGHT, and  creating one well-built landing page is a good start.


I recently wrote this blog post: “Git 'er Done! – How To Slay Your SEO Funk”, so I am not going to re-cover that material. Check it out.


If you need to know WHAT to do, then all of that is covered in detail in the 80 page guidebook: 
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Private Music Teachers.



This is Not That Hard, Really


Folks, SEO is not rocket science. In fact, it is very straightforward. There is not need to worry much about what is the most important aspect of SEO tactics.

What is most important is YOU doing something now.


Again, please feel free to email me with questions, or I’d be glad to take a quick look at your website with respect to your SEO issues. There’s no cost for that.




Dirk Johnson info@musicteacherseo.com