Search Engine Optimisation, or SEO writing, deals with the composition of a specific species of web copy, which is intended to be both verbally compelling and technically “optimised” to include certain key terms that preponderate in search engines. These key terms rank highly in search engines' ranking algorithms thus directing traffic back to the site in which they appear. SEO copy done well accordingly equates to a form of self-promoting content that simultaneously delivers its core message (to the intended reader) as well as conforming to algorithmic principles that direct web traffic via search results. The dual function of SEO writing makes the genre unique. A balance needs to be struck between good prose and effective SEO; so to speak, a combination of art and science. In the first instance, this requires competent verbal craftsmanship. Good writing of any order is engaging and clear to understand: this takes time and practice. What makes content compelling will depend upon the context. What makes content boring, however, may be summed up in one phrase: lack of imagination. If you find yourself frequently using common turns of phrase, familiar metaphors, or any other stock usage you are not trying hard enough. Your copy will be commonplace; lacking shine, it will not draw the reader in. This is particularly so with copywriting, where you need to work your prose around specific keywords. SEO copy that is littered with such keywords will quickly strike as contrived, repetitive and dull. Copy that omits adequate keyword inclusion, on the other hand, will not optimise the content. Thus one is presented with clearly defined limitations. Of course, the best way around limitations is via imaginative sidesteps. Good SEO writing weaves formulaic word placement neatly together with creative word context.
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