Health Coach Blogging | The Solution for your Wellness Marketing

Hey Coach – Blogging offers you various techniques on how to make the best out of your wellness marketing. I have some RAD tips for you today that will guide you to have an effective health coach blog. Let’s get into how to format your blog posts to increase your SEO. Sounds Good, right?

Many coaches as me how I built an International 6-Figure health Coaching business.

⇒ I blogged every week.

⇒ I did videos once a week and uploaded them on on key polarizing subjects to help my potential client know my story.

⇒ I detailed the problem for my clients and detailed the solution in my blogs.

⇒ I gave recipes, strategies for gut health and I build what I call – the “T factor” a.k.a the Trust Factor.

Blogging is your opportunity to educate and connect the dots for your clients. Make sure not to overlook this simple task.

Don’t Over-OptimizeYour Health Blog Post

Google is regularly updating their search algorithm. In several SEO circles, there are many tips for content optimization on the web that has gotten individuals in trouble. With this, you must avoid the use of keyword stuffing or overuse of keywords. And you must also get rid of duplicate content, publishing the same article in different places as well as other black-hat strategies that can fail you in the long run. Meanwhile, it is important to provide quality content to attract your potential readers.

Putting the Keyword

If you aim to experience positive results with your wellness marketing, you should include your keyword in the title of your post. The keyword phrase must be in the same order in your title as a long tail keyword. For example, the keyword that I am using is Health Coach Blogging. The keyword must appear in the title, first as well as in the last paragraph of the post.

When it comes to SEO, there are META description and META title tags. It was the section of your post that is used by the search engines to show your post online. The post about the health coach blogging three weeks ago is now on the rank 4 for this keyword. It was a long-term strategy and consistency is a key to produce successful results.

Use an Image

Images are very important for your blog posts. You can pick two images and name it with a variation in the keyword. You can set the ALT tag; it is used by Google to categorize pictures. Nowadays, social media uses images on their blog posts. Including an image to your post will able you to share it with different social media channels such as Pinterest, Facebook and more.

Summary of Health Coach Blogging  

1. Using Your Blog For Wellness Marketing tackles the writing regarding your health coach blog.

2. Covers how you are going to format your health coach blog posts for search engine optimization. It includes META tags, images, and keywords.

3. It will tackle the procedure to take after you finish publishing your blog.

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About Rachel Feldman

Rachel Feldman is a wellness momma, health coach, and business niche coach. After health coaching, she realized she needed to help health coaches to change the world. Rachel helps her clients to build epic businesses online and offline using a strategic sales funnel even if they are a new coach. After only earning 13K her first year in coaching, she knew she needed to learn how to create a sustainable business built with a solid sales funnel. rachelRachel went from making 13K to 72K by year 2 1/2 and then broke six figures in her third year of business.

Today, Rachel teaches the same system she built her successful health coaching practice to other health and wellness professionals. She’s helped more than 8,000 health coaches rock their biz to the next level by making the money they deserve.  Rachel Feldman, Owner of, Health Coach and Business Coach, Contributor at Forbes, Huffington Post, and Thrive Journal.

She works with coaches in her private practice and is the creator of the Done For You Programs for Health Coaches. Rachel created these programs for coaches so they could spend less time creating and more time marketing their business and brand. She knows the importance of saving time being a Mom and a CEO. Find her work at www.rachelafeldman.comand

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