When we launched our Do-It-for-You SEO services at SARMLife in 2021, we had two significant goals for our clients.

Increase website traffic with the SARMLife SEO Technique
  • Rank their posts on the first page of Google, and
  • Increase website traffic to their blogs.

I noticed that most clients were always anxious about their website’s traffic and wanted to see results as fast as possible. Knowing that SEO isn’t a magic trick but also understanding my clients’ anxiety, I knew I had to make it work for them.

To achieve these results, I used what I now call the “SARMLife SEO technique,” which involves organically increasing website traffic through on-page, content, and technical SEO revamping, with results pouring in within days!

For my first client, she began to see organic results within two weeks of using the SARMLife SEO technique on her site—from 82 unique monthly site visits to 3.3k visits in less than two weeks.

Her website went from this:
To achieve these results, I used what I now call the “SARMLife SEO technique,” which involves ways to organically increase website traffic through on-page, content, and technical SEO revamping, with results pouring in within days!
To this in 10 days

After implementing the SARMLife SEO technique on my client’s pages and even our official website, we’ve had keywords ranking on the first page of Google and some ranking for featured snippets.

So, what is the SARMLife SEO technique? How do you increase website traffic using the SARMLife SEO technique?

Read until the end of the post to get the details.

The SARMLife’s SEO Technique Case Study

Mid-may, 2022, the founder of In Quiet Trust came to us with the desire to improve her website traffic for increased brand deals. She had been doing well in the motherhood blogging space, but she wanted a sustainable traffic generation where she didn’t have to show up on social media consistently.

Well, guess what? SEO came to the rescue.

Luckily for her, we had been testing our SARMLife SEO Technique theory on the SARMLife website and were ready to try it on another website to know if our theory needed more cooking or if we were good to go!

With her website, it was like MAGIC! Within ten days, we saw a HUGE JUMP on her website site visits; it was exhilarating. 


It’s simple. 

After testing our theory on our website and several other clients’ websites, here is the FULL BREAKDOWN of our trademark SEO style.


STEP 1: You need a fully functioning website

  1. It must have been live for at least six months
  2. It must have blog posts already on the website 
  3. It must have fully functional pages, at least your standard Home, About, Services, Shop, etc.

STEP 2: SEO Audit

STEP 3: On-page SEO strategies

STEP 4: Technical SEO strategies – STEP 4

STEP 5: Content SEO strategies (not needed for the first IMMEDIATE RESULTS seen in this case study, but HIGHLY useful for sustainability

The SARMLife’s SEO TECHNIQUE Recipe: How to Increase Website Traffic Organically

Before I share the detailed process, please note that increasing the website traffic of a newly built website takes at least six months. Therefore, the key part of winning this technique is that your test website must have been live for at least six months, giving search engines enough time to rank all its existing pages. 


To start using this technique, the second thing you need to do to see similar results after verifying the website’s age is to perform an SEO audit on your website.  

At SARMLife, we use Ubersuggest to perform all our SEO audits, but you can use websites like Semrush. 

We performed an SEO audit for the In Quiet Trust’s website, and below is a snippet of our SEO report. VIEW THE FULL REPORT


The website interface may differ when using a different audit tool, but the results are similar. 

Next up, what did we do with the audit results?


From here on out, we dug deeper into some of the on-page SEO issues with a high/medium negative impact on her website traffic. 

For the client in this case study, we looked at the results of her website audit and fixed all the on-page SEO issues described below.

a. Word Count

  • Insufficient text on a page hampers Google’s comprehension of the content, leading to difficulty ranking for targeted search terms. Adding more text provides valuable information to both Google’s crawlers and users, increasing the chances of ranking. Content with fewer than a few hundred words is considered thin and highly unlikely to rank well.
    • Low Word Count – Words are less than 2200.

b. Meta Description

  • Meta descriptions are crucial in improving click-through rates for your content in search results. They preview what users should expect on the page they’re about to open.
    • No Meta Description – Neglecting to include an optimized and compelling meta description often results in search engines using the first sentence of the page, which may fail to capture the searcher’s interest and discourage them from clicking.
    • Duplicate Meta Description – Duplicate meta descriptions create challenges in ranking because search engine crawlers struggle to differentiate between pages and determine which ones should be ranked and which should not.

c. Blocked Pages

  • To prevent certain pages from appearing in search results, you can utilize the robots.txt file, robots meta tag, or X-Robots-Tag in the HTTP header. Determining which pages you want search engines to index and which ones you want to exclude is crucial. By employing these methods to block specific URLs, you communicate your intention to restrict access to that content to search engine crawlers.

d. Heading Tags

  • Search engine crawlers favor well-structured content with a clear hierarchy of heading tags. The H1 tag is most important as it conveys the content’s main topic to search engines. Having only one H1 tag per page is essential to ensure clarity and optimize search engine understanding.
    • No H1 Heading Tag – You want an H1 tag on every page on your website unless irrelevant. 
    • Duplicate Heading Tag – Avoid using the same H1 tag on different pages.

e. Title Tags

  • Having original and unique title tags for each page is crucial.
    • Long Title Tags – If a tag exceeds 65 characters, it gets truncated in search engine result pages (SERPs), thus rendering it ineffective and defeating its intended purpose. 
    • Short Title tags – When a tag has fewer than 30 characters, it becomes challenging to rank the page because search engines cannot comprehend the page’s intent.
    • Duplicate Title Tags – Duplicate title tags can complicate ranking as search engine crawlers struggle to determine which content should be prioritized. Creating distinct and relevant title tags for each page is essential to achieve better rankings and avoid competition among your pages.
    • No Title Tag – Performing a site audit will help you avoid this.
    • More than 1 Title Tag – For each page, craft a single title tag relevant to the content and compelling enough to attract clicks and encourage readers to explore your content further.

As seen in the image below, we ignored some issues because those 23 pages were pages like the Home page or the About page, which typically only require a few words. 

Likewise, the two pages with duplicate title tags had the same content but different content styles. For example, one of the title tags led to a blog post on “Make Easter Magic with Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit,” and the other tag led to a Google Web Story on the same topic. 

Eventually, we found a solution to avoid these duplicates, but I wanted to share WHY you see the issues below for transparency’s sake.

We left those seven (7) blocked for the blocked pages because they included pages like Privacy Policy, Terms and Conditions, and other pages that search engines DO NOT need to rank. 

As I often say, there will always be on-page errors on a website, but your job as an SEO expert is to prioritize fixing them based on their impact level. 


NOTE: There are more on-page SEO issues than these, but these are the most relevant for this case study as they are commonly found on our client’s website. 


a. Error codes

  • Broken links (4xx) – 4xx status errors occur when visitors to your website cannot access specific pages. Various factors can cause these errors and should be investigated thoroughly. They result in a negative user experience, indirectly affecting your website’s SEO and rankings.
  • Redirections (3xx) – Redirecting URLs to different destinations is often necessary and appropriate. However, incorrect implementation of redirects can have serious consequences. Two common instances of improper redirect usage are redirect chains and loops, which you should avoid to prevent negative impacts.
  • Temporary Redirects – Use 301 permanent redirects to retain traffic and pass on link juice when redirecting pages on your website. Temporary redirects such as 302, 303, and 307 are suitable if you intend to disable them in the future. However, for optimal SEO benefits and to preserve the authority of the redirected pages, it is recommended to utilize 301 permanent redirects.

b. Load Time

  • The load time of a website refers to the duration it takes for the complete rendering of the site’s HTML code in a browser, excluding non-HTML elements like images, CSS, and Java. A fast load time is crucial for the ranking and visibility of your content. It is increasingly important for websites to load quickly, as faster load times are more favorable for optimal user experience and search engine rankings.

c. URL structure

  • URLs exceeding 120 characters can potentially hinder your chances of ranking well in search results.
    • Long URLs – Google generally prefers shorter URLs than this character limit. When URLs contain too many words, Google may perceive them as relevant only to specific long-tail phrases rather than broader search terms. Therefore, keeping your URLs concise and avoiding excessive length is advisable.
    • Poorly formatted URL for SEO – To maintain a simple and effective URL structure, prioritize the use of relevant keywords in the slug of your URL. Restrict the URL to include only numbers, letters, and dashes, while avoiding unnecessary characters like !, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *, (, ), [, ], ?, {, } etc. By adhering to this approach, you can ensure that your URLs remain concise, readable, and optimized for search engines.

NOTE: There are more technical SEO issues than these, but these are the most relevant for this case study as they are commonly found on our client’s website. 

The moment we fixed all these issues on the In Quiet Trust’s website, she went from crumbs to thousands of views in 10 days, and within months, she had amassed millions of pageviews!


Other Ways to Increase Website Traffic

Here are some other techniques you can combine with SARMLife SEO to increase website traffic exponentially.

1. Content Marketing

This is an important SEO strategy if you want to sustain the results from the SARMLife SEO technique.

Content gives you various ways to attract new users and retain existing ones.

No matter your niche, you can consistently develop blog post ideas to engage your audience.

Here are the most important aspects of content marketing you need:

a. Content SEO

This refers to creating and optimizing your content to rank high in search engines.

This aspect of SEO focuses on just your content and uses that to engage your visitors while establishing your authority and expertise in your niche.

It includes your writing and how it is structured to appear on your website. So, it’s more than putting words together.

Here are some aspects of content SEO to practice:

i. Evergreen topics

These topics remain relevant through the years, not just during certain seasons. For example, writing a topic on how to travel light, lose weight, or write like a pro are topics people still want to know about, at least for the next 50-100 years! 

Getting evergreen content on your website is the key ingredient for sustainability. 

If your content is irrelevant to people in a few years, no matter how optimized, it will not keep them on your website.

ii. Searcher’s intent

Another key aspect of content SEO is nailing the searchers’ intent. Are they just looking for information? Do they want to buy now or in the future? Are they looking for direction? Getting the right answers to these questions is also crucial.

Imagine structuring your content for someone wanting to purchase only to discover that they wanted detailed information. Even when they want information, how they want to see it might differ.

For example, the intent behind an informational keyword might be to see a kind of checklist, while the intent behind another informational keyword might be to read a detailed guide.

If you mix up the structure, you might not rank and attract traffic to your content.

It is necessary to carry out proper keyword and content research to determine the intent of the searcher before developing your content on your website to avoid mixing up the structures.

iii. Keyword optimization

This part of content SEO is where you research the best keyword options for your content. Your keyword is used to target a specific group of people and determine the content path.

Keyword optimization is done to determine the type of traffic coming to your website. If you are a fashion blogger, your choice of keywords will be related to your niche to ensure the traffic to your website is from people interested in fashion.

Keywords are crucial because that is what search engines use to match a searcher’s query with your content.

You can use several tools to carry out keyword research, and tips you can also follow to ensure you settle on the best keyword option for your posts.

You need to implement the right strategies, from keyword mapping to keyword placement.

iv. Headline optimization

Your headlines are the first point of contact with your website. Your headline is also a part of your content and needs to be optimized. There are certain rules for optimizing your headline, and here are some of them:

  • Make use of power words.
  • Convey emotions.
  • Make it short.
  • State the purpose of the content.
  • Make it simple.


b. Image SEO Optimization

This is the process of creating optimized images for search engines, and it involves using high-quality images, including alt texts, and the appropriate file sizes and formats for your images.

Images boost engagement and increase the readability of your content. It also makes it easy for readers to visualize and retain important information, which is why it’s an important part of SEO.

Tips for optimizing site images

Here are some golden tips for optimizing the images on your websites:

  • Create original images.
  • Write good alt texts.
  • Rename your image files.
  • Use a content delivery system.
  • Use the right image format.
  • Place your images near relevant texts.


c. Voice Search Optimization

Voice search optimization is the process of optimizing your website’s content for voice searches. 

Voice searches have become the future of search, and we see new advances daily. As great as voice searches are, they have increased the competition for organic ranking because there’s only one spot for a voice search result.

However, there are ways to optimize your content for voice search and increase your ranking.

Tips for voice search optimization
  • Use more long-tail keywords.
  • Optimize for a featured snippet.
  • Write in simple 8th-grade English.
  • Create FAQ pages.
  • Use filler words.
  • Write long-form content.
  • Optimize for mobile devices.
  • Implement local SEO.


d. Internal Linking

Internal links are links to other pages on your website and are a great way to increase your website’s domain authority and rankings.

The more you link to pages on your website, the more signals search engines get about the value/quality of that post. The more likely it will also send traffic to that page, especially if it is fully optimized.

Internal links are almost more important than external links; however, you have to strike a balance between the two.

This is your cue to create more high-quality posts you can link to from your other blog posts.

e. Backlinks

Backlinks are links from other websites to your website.

This also shows search engines that the content on pages with many backlinks is important and valuable to your audience.

When search engines get this signal, it increases the chances that your post will increase in rankings, automatically driving traffic to your website.

2. Social Media Marketing

Google has constantly stated that it does not use social signals to rank web pages, which means it doesn’t matter if your post has a lot of engagement on social media.

You can trust Google on that because there has not been any direct correlation between social media and high ranks.

However, it is advantageous when you increase the awareness of your brand with social media posts. You need to take specific strategies to make some of the 4.76 billion social media users click on the link to your posts via the different social media platforms.

Social media marketing is an excellent way for new blogs to get considerable traffic to their posts.

Here’s what you need to understand about social media marketing and how it affects your website:

You know that Google doesn’t care how often your blog posts have been shared on Instagram or Twitter, and high social shares don’t mean Google will put your post as the number one search result for a query. 

However, imagine you have built enough social media awareness for your website or brand, established yourself as an expert among your audience, and have an active and engaged community.

Whenever you share the links to your blog posts on your platforms, people are more likely to click on them.

Here is an example we all know:

Only a few knew about ChatGPT until social media became abuzz with it. The traffic to the platform started increasing until they had to start putting people on hold because it was packed!


The key note here is that its awareness spread through social media and not organic traffic, leading to an astounding increase in site traffic.

Of course, much of this traffic relates to what ChatGPT offers, but this example shows you how social awareness can increase website traffic.

How do you leverage social media to increase website traffic? Here are some of my best tips:

  • Use famous faces to promote your content—influencer marketing.
  • Include eye catchy images.
  • Include your site link in your profile.
  • Optimize your meta description.
  • Engage with followers.
  • Use Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook to promote blog posts.
  • Use Instagram, TikTok, and others to promote brand awareness.
  • Increase social media reach through catchy content.
  • Learn social media SEO.
  • Use relevant keywords.
  • Collaborate with others in your niche.
  • Create shareable blog post snippets.
  • Include share buttons in your posts.
  • Work on your social media captions.
  • Utilize Open Graphs and Twitter Cards.
  • Optimize your content for each platform.
  • Track your analytics.


3. Local SEO

Local SEO is optimizing your website and content for local searches; it is an excellent strategy for a local or small business owner.

Optimizing your website for local audiences can also help increase traffic to your website and generate leads. When you attract local customers, they will likely buy your products or services.

To optimize for local searches, here are the main things to do:

  • List your business in local directories.
  • Update your Google Business Profile.
  • Use location-based keywords for content.
  • Build location-specific pages on your site.
  • Update customer reviews.
  • Use local language for content.
  • Optimize your site for mobile users.


4. Email Marketing

This is another strategy to increase website traffic, but it might be more advantageous for websites that have been around longer and have built an email list.

Email marketing involves sending commercial messages to your audience using emails. You can use emails to send welcome messages, order confirmations, blog post alerts, and niche tips to your audience.

With email marketing, you can only send messages to those who have signed up for your newsletters via your website. 

The primary purpose of building an email list—for a website owner—is to engage your audience and direct them to your website. To direct traffic to your website through emails, you first need to embed your offers on your website.

For example, you can use emails to send promotional offers and resource updates to your audience. These offers and resources should be embedded in your website so interested parties will be redirected.

The same goes for blog post updates. Create engaging blog post update newsletters and send them to your email list. 

As effective as this can be, you also need to utilize some strategies to ensure your email marketing is successful:

  • Create a compelling lead magnet.
  • Segregate your audience.
  • Personalize your messages.
  • Use emotional words.
  • Send timely emails.
  • Use catchy subject lines.
  • Limit promotional emails.
  • Carry out A/B testing for your emails.
  • Only send out valuable emails.
  • Keep emails short and precise.
  • Include visual content.
  • Add social proofs to your emails.
  • Write a clear CTA.
  • Automate.
  • Make sure your emails are mobile-friendly.

5. Paid Ads

Paid Ads involve spending money to get more people to see your content. You can use paid ads on different platforms, including search engines and social media.

You should combine paid advertising with organic efforts to maximize the traffic inflow to your website. You can also discontinue your paid ads if your organic traffic is good enough.

There are different ways to utilize paid ads because there are different types. To decide on the type of paid ads you need, consider your target audience and where they are often found online.

For example, most of your target audience will be on Instagram and Facebook if you are in the fashion industry. You want to focus on these platforms. For SEO experts, your target audience will primarily be on search engines, Twitter and Instagram, so it is essential to concentrate heavily on these platforms.

Paid ads are one of the surefire ways to increase website traffic if you have the budget. However, organic traffic has proven to be as good as paid ads and maybe even better.


Final Thoughts

Now, you should try it!

The SARMLife SEO technique is something I continuously use, and I see results every time; you can also use it for your website or when working with clients.

Nothing gives me more joy than seeing the results of my SEO efforts in real-time.

With the SARMLife SEO, it’s a guarantee that your website’s traffic will increase in a short amount of time.

Of course, there are other ways to increase website traffic. While the SARMLife SEO technique is foremost every time I work with a client, I combine different methods of increasing website traffic because I’m an SEO perfectionist.

Will you use my SEO technique to drive instant traffic to your blog? 


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