When you’re starting a blog, one of the most important tasks is to make sure your blog is optimized for search engine ranking. This means including keywords in your content, designing your site to be attractive to web crawlers, and promoting your blog through online marketing efforts.
Although there are many different ways to measure blog SEO, one of the easiest methods is to use Google’s Search Console.
1. Open Google Search Console and sign in.
2. In the left panel, under “Search results”, click “Blog.”
3. On the right panel, under “Overview,” click “SEO.”
4. On the left panel, under “Search engine results (SERPs),” click “Keyword density.
5. In the right panel, under “Analysis,” click “Overview.”
6. Under “Links from elsewhere on the web,” you’ll see how many times each keyword was used in your content. The higher the number, the more likely people are to find your content when they search for that keyword.
7. If you’d like to see more detailed information about a specific keyword, click on it and you’ll see information about how often that keyword was used in your post, as well as other metrics such as estimated organic traffic and google organic shares (GOS).