To you, SEO might seem simple. If you have been doing it for a while it seems like second nature to you at this point. To others though, when talking about SEO you might as well be talking in a foreign language. It’s important though to learn how to communicate SEO efforts with everyone from the most experienced SEO person to the novice. Let’s take a look at some ways you can better communicate your SEO work from a Nashville SEO company.
Don’t Assume They Understand the Terminology
This applies to not just the SEO industry, but all industries. All industries have special terminology and jargon that are specific to that industry. If you are talking to someone that is not familiar with that industry and use industry jargon they won’t understand what you are saying. It’s important when talking to non-SEO people that if you have to use any special terms that you preface it by explaining the term first.
Explain Why You Are Doing What You’re Doing
So much of SEO is behind the scenes and can’t be physically seen by people. It’s critical to explain what you do and why you do it. It’s important when explaining your methods to remember what we talked about above and explain it in a way that everyone can understand.
Document Your Work
Since the results of your work can’t be physically seen, it’s important to document what you are doing. Documenting and reporting your work creates transparency and also makes your work more tangible. You can do this via spreadsheets, documents, and reports.
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With a degree in communication from the University of Central Florida, Dan has an extensive background in writing. Dan has written for many different types of entities including television news, newspapers and magazines, and real estate. He enjoys the creative freedom that comes with writing and being able to express his thoughts and ideas to a wide ranging audience.