If you’ve stumbled across this article, you’re likely interested in learning more about CrossFit.
In order to do this, we strongly recommend that you click here.
This article is actually going to be focused on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and is an experiment to see whether we can rank on the first page of google for two keywords: CrossFit and Cross Fit.
What is CrossFit?
Just so you get something meaningful from the article, we will give a very basic definition of CrossFit: Google describes CrossFit as “a high-intensity fitness programme incorporating elements from several sports and types of exercise”. That’s pretty spot on.
As we said earlier in the article, if you want to actually learn more about CrossFit, we suggest you read this article. But if you want to learn more about how we utilize Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to rank on the first page of google for popular keywords, stay right here!
Bare with us; it’ll all make sense in a second.
What is Cross Fit?
Cross Fit is the exact same thing as CrossFit. So why the f**k are you writing this article then?
As you can see in the below image, 1 million people search for the term “cross fit” every month on Google. These people are looking for content relating to CrossFit but have mistyped the word.
Currently, all content on the internet relating to Cross Fit is spelt correctly as CrossFit which means that websites are missing out on a lot of potential organic SEO traffic.
The purpose of this article is to try and take advantage of the very low competition for a keyword that gets searched extremely frequently on the internet.
Fun fact, the top 10 search terms that we can find for Cross Fit related content on the internet are below;
crossfit = 1m / month
cross fit = 1m / month
what is crossfit = 1m / month
crossfit near me = 135k / month
murph workout = 50k / month
crossfit games = 50k / month
crossfit workouts = 33k / month
wod = 33k / month
crossfit gyms near me = 27k / month
brooke ence = 22k / month
So let’s wait to see how smart the Google algorithm is. We hope that it will reward this article for being so keyword heavy however there is a chance that the content may be recognised as non-informative information.
Genius move, or stupid experiment; it’s a win-win in our eyes!
Stay tuned for more (actual) CrossFit, or should I say Cross Fit content in the future.