Last Updated on December 12, 2021 by scottkandh
This post, Suggested CanIRank posts to improve for PinArtwork is going to be one of my shortest posts. I recently wrote a post called How to find the best keywords for SEO (see the contextual link below).
The post, How to find the best keywords for SEO describes in detail how to get the most benefit out of CanIRank. “CanIRank is the first SEO software using AI to give you ‘specific’ action recommendations rather than just data. For every recommendation, get detailed DIY instructions or delegate to an SEO consultant with just one click.” I prefer the DIY because it’s free. It was a review that I wrote for how to use CanIRank.
By using the suggestions within the AI program CanIRank I was able to change the ranking probability for the post from a 44% up to a 61%. But I’m not stopping at 61%. With CanIRank, I should be able to rank more of my posts, so I’m methodically taking the suggestions from their program and I’m implementing the suggestions given in their program in this post that I’m using as a Memory tickler for the intended blog posts that I should consider to write.
As more and more posts are written I’ll be able to see continual improvement so that my website gets closer to my competition for the factors that CanIRank analyzes (discussed in the aforementioned post).
Moving forward, once an article has been written, more than likely I’ll be deleting the title of the post from this post. But until I’ve made sure to ensure that I add internal links to the other suggested posts that were written prior.
The very first post that I wrote (that was suggested by CanIRank is called: Understand what makes a good link.
Now that I think about it, it seems that I’d be better off keeping the posts that I write that were suggested by CanIRank within this post so that I grow for continual improvement and if you use CanIRank you’ll be able to grow your content and improve your ranking as well.
I’m not writing this particular post with SEO in mind (believe it or not). The main purpose for this post as I stated earlier is to keep track of the posts that have been written and the ones that I’ll tentatively write in the future. I won’t be writing each and every post that it suggest, but I’m going to try and do my best with its suggestions unless it’s way out in left field. This post will also permit me to see if there are any other posts that I should add to the recommended list as I continue to write future posts.
One thing to note is that there are two different types of scores:
1) Ranking Probability Score (in Grow my Content) and
2) Optimization Score (in Improve my Ranking).
So make sure that your looking at the right category for the % that you want to track for improvement.
I really like the CanIRank program; however, it’s not very useful if you’re trying to find a specific post that you’ve already written so that you can mark it as complete.
My goal is to write at least one article per week, and I’m going to try and tackle each one of these with a detailed keyword research before I write the article so that I can make the most out of content. More than likely, I’ll be aiming for between 2,500 to 9,999 words for each of the articles so that it ranks better.
I’ll update the posts that I’ve written and provide links to them. For posts that I’ve decided I don’t want to write about I’ll keep them at the bottom portion so that I can refer to them as the posts I don’t intent to write about.
I’ve cleaned up this page too because I’ll let the CanIRank program keep track of my progress. The percentages that the program uses in different places are too hard to track.
For now, refer to Cruella Deville movie which has most of these suggested posts for ideas to create the post.
The posts listed below are very helpful for improving your ability to rank higher.
- Add Descriptive Keywords to your Home Page Title – draft is in SiteGround
- Add more search-engine readable content – Done
- Avoid Search Engine Penalties – Done
- Boost your Website Relevancy by Bulking up on Thematic Content – Done
- Build your site architecture for optimal SEO – Done
- Consolidate Link Juice in a Single Page – draft is in SiteGround
- Craft the Perfect Keyword-Rich Title – draft is in SiteGround
- Don’t neglect image alt tags – Done
- Easily add related links
- High Value Internal Links – Done
- High Value Items
- Leverage your Site Navigation to Build Internal Links – draft is in SiteGround
- Make your URL SEO-Friendly – Done – but make pins
- Participate in a Blog Carnival – Done
- Piggyback on other people’s press – draft is in SiteGround
- Register to Become a Media Source – draft is in SiteGround
- Relevant Internal Links made Easy – draft is in SiteGround
- Retargeting Existing Links – draft is in SiteGround
- Share your blog posts on social benchmarking sites – Done
- Submit to Startup News Sites (also low on the priority list) – Done
- Submit your blog to Blog Aggregates – draft is in SiteGround
- Understand what Makes a Good Link – Done
- Use Breadcrumb Navigation – Star Trek Original Series pins
- What does SEO Stand for? – Done
Posts I don’t intent to write about.
- Easy Links: Vendors
- Easy Links: Associations
- Submit your Website to User Review Sites
Since I’m using this post as a memory tickler and to see progress that has been made, I’m adding 34 or so blog posts that I wish to rank so that I can keep track of their Ranking Probability Score and their Optimized Score as well.
I’ve got this info in a file called CanIRank stats so that I’ll be able to make comparisons for improvement and update this post accordingly if there are drastic improvements.