SEO When Designing Small Bathrooms
This is part 5 of my series of DIY small bathroom ideas. I thought I would run a series on how to use words effectively in article writing. Using a single word in a sentence can be the difference between a sentence that grabs and a boring non-salespike article. Let’s see what we can do to improve your sales with sentences that grab attention.
“I did some DIY small bathroom remodeling today and it turned out great!” This is a common sentence because people have a tendency to use the word “did” in a sentence when they don’t really mean it. I know the pain of searching for that perfect long-tail keyword phrase. Imagine how many times you see “I did some DIY tile.” Well, instead of saying I did some DIY tile, say I did some tile.
This sentence accomplishes three things: it shows up again (everyday), it is less annoying than a search engine (people are less likely to search for things they are not looking for) and it gets the job done. What makes this sentence work well? Well, take a look at it again. It shows up several times and gets the job done. This sentence uses a very high demand word and that action can lead to an immediate sale.
“I used to do some DIY small bathroom ideas and I had a bit of trouble with my remodeling project. But I learned from my experience and it turned out great! This means I can do similar projects and save money on remodeling costs.”
This sentence has proven to be incredibly successful. It uses a low demand word (eight hours ago), demonstrates the fact that you have already done something and saves you time and money. It even shows you that you have done something, which is good because people usually only remember what they didn’t do!
So how can you improve your DIY small bathroom makeover?
Use keywords with high demand that have not been used in your sentence. Using these keywords saves you time and money on research. You will be surprised at how many times you read something like “my husband did some DIY small bathroom makeovers” when researching for an article instead of “my husband did some small bathroom makeovers.”
The idea here is to take the time to search for words that have not been used yet and turn them into keywords that are more relevant to your article. When writing, keep the goal in mind to find relevant phrases or combinations of phrases. “I did some DIY tile removal” is just not helpful, since your reader has probably already known that. “my husband did some DIY tile removal” gives your readers a better lead in understanding the ideas you’re presenting.
Use the idea of “dive bombarding” as another example. Instead of “I was doing some DIY tile removal,” try “my husband was doing some DIY tile removal.” This gives your article better content and better SEO value. These four tips will definitely help your articles gain better search engine rankings and improve your chances of success when you decide to use DIY small bathroom makeovers.
I am going to stop joking now. You do not need professional help to remodel small bathrooms ideas. It’s as simple as using Google, finding good information, and writing your own. The good news is you can still use “makeover” as a keyword if you choose.
Let’s look at this example from our remodeling bathroom ideas article: “my husband was doing some DIY tile removal while I made some updates to our room.” This sentence has a much better SEO value than the sentence starting with “my husband was doing some DIY tile removal while I made some updates to our room.” Why? Because people are more likely to remember the last sentence in a sentence than the beginning of the sentence, which they are much more likely to remember if they see the keyword used in the title of an article.
The same principle applies to other ideas that you may find online or in magazines
If you are reading an article on bathroom design, and the author uses the keyword “remodel”, it is much more likely to be remembered by readers than if you started the sentence with “my husband was doing some DIY tile removal while I made some updates to our room”. So don’t underestimate the power of SEO when it comes to building a good list or creating quality content for websites. And use it to your full advantage when you’re designing small bathrooms.