And while these items are not always as exciting as content creation, you can see immense ROI from just a few quality changes.
Here are the key pieces:
Define which keywords you’re targeting
Then, type in your website and the keyword you’re searching for, in this format – site:yourdomain.com keywords
For example, site:TME.net mobiles phones
Divide the results that show up into two categories
Create one bucket for URLs that need 301 redirects, and one bucket for URLs that need interlinks.
You could organize this process by putting them all into a spreadsheet.
Unpublish the URLs you need to redirect, then 301 redirect them to relevant content
Make sure to reload the URLs to make sure your redirects work.
Link to the content you want to rank from high-authority pages
You can use an SEO tool to figure out which pages are likely to pass on the most authority. We use SEMrush.
That’s about it! This is a great strategy if you’ve just published a piece of content and are trying to give it a little extra boost in the SERPs.