The 9 secrets of emoji SEO

Have you ever tried looking at the emoji? Exactly. you can’t! You just can’t.

Because It’s too easy to even try, you either do or do not look at it. (Sorry, Yoda, but that old ex-wing mantra is really an Internet term that you reappropriated from something that is best left unsaid except for emojis.)

Here is what I mean. (It is what they all mean.) :

The top 9 secrets of emoji SEO

  1. Emoji are actually compacted from larger bits of information. These byte-sized pieces converge to form images, but very small. This makes them more emotional and visibly dense than a word, which is why they are so much more powerful.
  2. Beware of emoji-stuffing. Not only does it harm you in Google, but it also warns e-mail of spam.
  3. Focus on the emoji with the most search traffic. You can copy-to-paste it in a web tool to gauge monthly search volume and choose the one with the most numbers.
  4. Try a long-tail emoji. This is not a pun for iguana imogi, it is about longer, more specific emoji that people who are closer to the bottom of the funnel search for. So instead of a “dog” emoji, try “dog food for golden retriever” emoji.
  5. Put target emojis in your <title> tags. This is also appropriate for the h1 (as is ranking for every keyword, so you can also rank for any emoji)
  6. Buy this book and apply teachings to an emoji
  7. Appeal to Twitter to create a #BeatlesOnSpotify emoji for your own brand. You can get your own #BeatlesOnSpotify emoji featuring you brand, too!
  8. Ask an otter to do tricks in front of a lens. Hook that lens up to a camera to capture the gif, which becomes..wait for it! MOTION EMOJI!
  9. Remember to get emoji backlinks by wedging them between <a href> tags and putting a link to your site inside.

Have you ever done these? You do now!

[ Infographic ] The comprehensive guide to marketing launch strategy

[ Infographic ] The comprehensive guide to marketing launch strategy

The top 160 elements your marketing launch strategy needs

Have you ever wondered if there was more to life than a pleasant click? We all do, and it is indeed wildly blissful. But it is not everything.

Here are 160 more good things for your marketing strategy.

  1. Social media
  2. Images
  3. Free coffee
  4. Headlines
  5. Engagement
  6. Exclamation points
  7. Online money
  8. Revenue
  9. Success
  10. Bolded H1
  11. Keywords
  12. Open rates
  13. ROI
  14. Happiness
  15. Helpful tips
  16. Content
  17. Videos
  18. Optimization
  19. Versions
  20. Marketing terms
  21. Pop-ups
  22. Autoplaying background music
  23. Spreadsheets
  24. Formulas
  26. Results
  27. Whiteboard
  28. Ratings and reviews
  29. Diversity
  30. Hard work
  31. $1 million likes
  32. Mature backlinks
  33. YouTube clips
  34. Massive clicks
  35. Web yolk
  36. Animal instinct
  37. Teamwork
  38. Leadership
  39. Logos
  40. Confidence
  41. Tagline
  42. QR codes
  43. Promotional discounts
  44. Introductory special
  45. Phone-only discounts
  46. Bundle
  47. Survey
  48. Survey results
  49. The cloud
  50. Software
  51. Google
  52. Mobile devices
  53. Technology
  54. Market fit
  55. Reach
  56. Targeting
  57. Copywriting
  58. Conservation
  59. Power
  60. Pizza parties
  61. Celebrity
  62. Big sales
  63. Theme songs (you may substitute a jingle)
  64. Desk (standing.)
  65. Company car
  66. Tropical fish tank
  67. Expenses
  68. Cigars
  69. Ping-pong table
  70. Sanity checks
  71. Flasks
  72. Project management
  73. Oversight
  74. QC
  75. Operations
  76. Kinetic sand
  77. Triage
  78. Meetings
  79. Timeframes
  80. Goals
  81. Free soda
  82. Animated gifs
  83. Cat video
  84. Counterarguments
  85. Weekly reports
  86. Performance reviews
  87. Checklist
  88. Holidays
  89. Paper shredder
  90. Picnic
  91. Hootsweet
  92. Culture
  93. Marketing mix
  94. Disruption
  95. Consultants
  96. Core values
  97. Juicy knowledge
  98. Wikipedia scrape
  99. Automation
  100. Big data
  101. Good ideas
  102. Brainstorms
  103. Blog
  104. Emails
  105. Hashtag
  106. Designers
  107. Morals
  108. Curation
  109. Linked billboards
  110. Google analytics
  111. Bitly
  112. UTM code
  113. Hack
  114. Tribe
  115. Hustle
  116. List
  117. CRM
  118. HubSpot
  119. Platform
  120. Infusionsoft
  121. Buzzwords
  122. Email capture
  123. All caps
  124. Opt ins
  125. Accounts
  126. Product name
  127. Typing speed test
  128. Accomplishments
  129. Adhesive note
  130. Stapler
  131. Hydration
  132. Viral coefficient
  133. House plants
  134. Best Google SEO Helper
  135. B2B
  136. Soft launch
  137. Tease
  138. Mentions
  139. Workplace
  140. Award
  141. A/B test
  142. Flight plan
  143. Roadmaps
  144. Bar codes
  145. Efficiency
  146. Product
  147. Adoring customers
  148. Sales funnel
  149. VC
  150. Queue
  151. Personas
  152. Tables in your database
  153. Lunch
  154. Interns
  155. Paychecks
  156. Subscribe
  157. Good timing
  158. Lead nurture
  159. Triggers
  160. Communication

To help you remember these 160 important components, we’ve built you a beautiful, shareable infographic. Post this on the Facebook wall of every marketer in your life!


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There you have it: 160 more good things you forgot about.

But that’s not all there is. NONE of this makes any sense if it does not lasso in the two most important components:

  1. Good RT
  2. Strong Klout

Never forget.

How to Rank #1 for Every Search Term

youCouldBeFamousAt Best Google SEO Helper, we obsess over one goal: helping you rank #1 for every search term.

Your competitors may rank #1 for one or two undesirable terms. After all, anyone can rank #1 for several sentences’ worth of copy, all searched for at once—assuming theirs is the only site with that exact wording, they’ll be the #1 hit.

For one search term. Maybe for two.

You’ll be ranking #1 for every single term.

Just ask Perry D. Three weeks ago, her inbound traffic hung withered like autumn grapes. Now, her friends describe her SEO as “stout” and “engorged.” She can’t believe the difference ranking #1 makes!

Just ask Mark N. When he launched his small business, he worked and worked without even a taste of success. “America no longer needs the small business–man,” he thought. Think again, Mark. Once he started ranking #1 for every single search term, his rankings shot up overnight!

How to Rank #1 for Every Search Term

It takes only two steps:

  1. Change all your <p>, <h4>, <h3>, and <h2> text to <h1>. Just use CSS to make it the size and weight you prefer. That way, when the Google crawls your site, it’ll see nothing but h1s!
  2. Modify the alt text of every image on your website to include every English word. Best Google SEO Helper prefers Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary.
    And that’s it: two steps to swelling SEO success and #1 viral rankings.

How will you feel about your #1 rankings? Let us know in the comments!

Secret trick: increase your SEO with author names

Did you know you can massively increase your SEO and Google ranking with author names? If not, that’s okay. Because it’s a secret trick and most people don’t know about it. (Secret = something most people don’t know.)

Best Google SEO Helper is here to take this secret trick and make it available for every online blogger and business. Can you remember your childhood? In your childhood you heard stories about Robin Hood, a courageous outlaw who gave money to poor people. Best Google SEO Helper is like Robin Hood, but better. We will teach you how to use this trick to make make plump stacks of Klout points (online money) for yourself. This secret trick is all you need.

5 steps to gather Klout points and top Google ranking with a secret author-name trick:

  1. Create blog
  2. Add posts
  3. SECRET TRICK: make sure all posts have the same author name, and use the last name “Free.” Why? People and Google like to click on things that say Free
  4. Gain endless Klout
  5. Create more blogs (step 1 again)

“Can I tell my friends about this secret trick?”

Of course! This trick is no longer a secret. You can share it with all your friends so they can gain Klout points and top Google ranking, too!



Bloggers: discover your inner animal instincts

If you’re a blogger, there’s one thing you can do to instantly increase your SEO success: discover your inner animal instincts. The Google respects fierce animal instincts and shuns everyone who refuses to acknowledge them. But it’s better to have any animal instincts at all than no animal instincts. As the saying goes, the Google likes a lamprey who knows they’re a lamprey better than the lion who is hidden away and never let out of his cage.

Here’s how to discover your inner animal (the true source of your blogging power and enhanced SEO):

  1. Start by looking at your hair color. If your hair is red, you are a fox. If your hair is black, you are a bear. If you have no hair, you are a worm.
  2. How would you describe your average blog posts? If they are very long, you are a tall animal, like a giraffe. If they are very short, you are like a mouse. Plump blog posts might mean you are a blue whale. Finally, industrious blog posts are usually from authors who are ants.
  3. If you still don’t know your inner animal, you should think about how you treat the taxi driver. If you beat or otherwise maim the taxi driver with a stick or a sword, you are likely a jaguar who wants to intimidate others. If you kiss (or lick)  the taxi driver, you are likely a puppy. If you refuse to tip your taxi driver, you are a vulture, looking to take advantage of other people’s misfortune for your own gain.

How do I leverage my inner animal for SEO success?

You must embrace your inner animal. First, visit Wikipedia and read the entire article about your animal. Then, do a Google Images search. You need to know what your animal thinks about, how it eats, how it mates, how it behaves in stressful situations, and what color its ears are.

You must keep all of this in mind when you write your blog posts. It may help you to act like the animal in real life. Worms can start by zipping themselves in sleeping bags and wiggling on the floor, the blue whale should float in a swimming pool for at least 10 hours a day while eating more than 10,000 calories, and giraffes should permanently attach stilts to their legs. With these tips, you will soon be thinking like your inner animal and reaping the benefits from your newly found animal instincts whenever you write a new post.

Remember: the Google loves a blogger who understands their inner animal. All you have to do is bring yours to the surface—then you will finally find SEO success.