Easy Steps To SEO Your Websites And Blogs
The Few Steps That Make All the difference To SEO Your Site/Blog
Hello folks its Christmas Day and I should be stuffing myself with beef, pies and maybe a slice or two of whole wheat Bun but once I get a thought or idea into my head I have to get it down on paper. So here it the scoop.
A few of my dear members member asked me the other day that because they just could not understand SEO so wouldn’t it not be better to just hire someone to do it for them.
Of course we all can but why do this when It really is so easy to do the work done by SEO companies yourself because all you have to do is create good habits.
So let’s get to it. These 9 points below are the ones we should focus on the most:
- URL Text
- Description, Meta tags
- Title tags
- Image Names
- ALT tags
- Heading tags
The perfect Keywords are the most important aspect of SEO, this is where you tell the Search Engines what your site is all about. Search Engines use an algorithm to determine the “Keyword Density” of your site, this formula is:
The Total post Words ÷ Keywords = Keyword Density,
Use this formula at all times.
Do your most best to use keywords that relate to the products or services that you are offering on your website.
However, most people don’t search with just one word, they type phrases, so you should consider the phrases that best suit your sites demographic. The most important thing to remember is that the content of each page on your site is different, so only use keywords pertaining to that particular page.
2. URL Text
Upon naming name a new post or page you have the option to call it anything you could possibly think of, why not se a keyword? After all, the URL address is the first things a search engine comes across when indexing your pages. You have to remember content doesn’t come easy to everyone, so you have got to slip in your keywords when the process allows you an easy one.
3. Description Meta tags
Meta tags are slowly decreasing in importance since a lot of Search Engines are now looking at content, but still worth getting right.
It won’t be a bad idea to Optimize your meta tags to match your content, products, and services, and the Search Engines that still look at meta data will reward your efforts.
4. Title Tags
These are the tags that tell the Search Engine the title, or formal description of the document or page. This is the word or phrase that is seen at the top of the browser window. The most important rule about title tags is, don’t place anything in the title tags but keywords. Once again this is a good time to slip in your keywords.
5. Image Names
Here is another opportunity for you to slip in your keywords whenever possible, this applies to image names, and make sure the keywords are relevant. The Search engine will look at the code for the site and see the image pertains to the content of the site and this will be another relevant element on that particular page.
6. ALT Tags
Alt tags are keywords that you can attach to your images. Search Engines can’t analyze the content of the image itself so this is another opportunity for you to slip in more keywords without writing great content.
7. Heading Tags
These tags are associated with the bold font that leads into a section of text.
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Your heading tags should only be keywords, and should be presented in the order that your Meta tags follow.
H1= first meta tag, H2= second meta tag and so on up to H6.
Try to utilize all 6 heading tags on each page to ensure maximum page optimization.
I’m sure you’ve heard this before, “Content is King.” Each web page should have at least 500 words, and the more the better, but keep in mind…
The formula for keyword density = You don’t want to fill a page with 1,500 words of gibberish and only 6 keywords in it.
Some people use images with text in them instead because they want a cool font, but browsers can’t read the text embedded in images, so this content doesn’t add ANY weight to the page in a Search Engines perspective.
Linkbaiting is a new trend among high ranking sites. This means writing quality content, or articles that other web sites can display on their pages as long as they give credit, and a link to your site.
You don’t have to be a heavy duty author to write good web content, just be thoughtful of how you word things and get your keywords through it.
Hyperlinks are text links to other pages on your site. The rules of SEO and hyperlinks are as follows:
Use hyperlinks so the Search Engine will have a text link to follow to the next page, try not to use one word links, use long link phrases, preferably keyword phrases Use bullets, or some sort of small image that you can attach an ALT tag to, this will ad more importance to the link, and throw in a couple of free keywords for your site.
Try to keep the above aspects in mind when designing a site and you’re sure to have the edge over your competition.
Have a great day and happy new 2016.
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