SEO secrets that no one told you about!

 SEO or Search Engine Optimization. Your website depends on having good search engine results. Since so many people land on the first page of results, you need to make sure your website is optimized for search engines or you won't get any traffic, let alone the right kind of traffic - traffic that brings business.

So, what are the steps you need to take to get a good ranking? This may seem like an impossible question to answer due to the fact that every search engine has a distinct "algorithm", which is just a mathematical rule or procedure for solving a problem. In addition, each "algorithm" actually has hundreds of inputs. You can't answer it with 100% accuracy, but there are a few things you need to do to stand a chance of it having a huge positive impact.

SEO secrets that no one told you about!

1. Make sure your website is well-built and technically sound

So use the plain English page titles instead of: sessionid=4D6BE5993FFF956660C27184A2F39E81.TC30a? __ frame = _top, and with all "non-HTML" code called from separate directories (HTML is the underlying programming language for web pages).

2. Choose phrases and keywords very carefully.

When using a search engine, customers have to use the words "keywords" to find your website. Surprisingly, the majority of people simply ignore this basic fact and never do research on the subject! This is similar to going to the airport without a passport, ticket, or any money and expecting to board a plane: nuts!

3. Once you know what keywords to use,

  Write an appropriate title page for each keyword or phrase, Use a simple keyword or phrase language and formulas to achieve a keyword density of 5 to 8 percent and at least 500 words per page with subheadings using tags. Make sure that your keyword(s) or phrase(s) appear in all of the "meta tags" of your pages. Check that all of your photos have captions.

4. Find a way to get relevant links from other websites to yours.

  Inbound links are displayed by search engines as votes for your site. As a result, in general, the higher your page rank, the more "body text" (the visible text in a hyperlink that you click to go to another page or website) will link to relevant parts of your site from other related sites. However, linking sites should be very relevant because links from unreliable sites can hurt your ranking.

5. Keep adding new content.

Because search engines love fresh, relevant content, websites that regularly add new pages and content get higher rankings. A computer program known as a "spider" or "web crawler" by search engines is responsible for automated and systematic web surfing. Web crawlers make a copy of each page accessed, which is then processed by a search engine, which then indexes those pages to speed up searches. Spiders are always looking for new material.

Adding new content to your website is important for several reasons.

  • Freshness: Search engines prioritize websites that update their content regularly.

  • Relevance: By adding new content, you can ensure that your website remains relevant to users and search engines, which can help maintain or improve search engine rankings.

  • Engagement: Fresh content can help keep users engaged with your website and keep them coming back in the future.

  • Brand: Consistently adding fresh, high-quality content can help establish your brand as a thought leader in your industry.

  • Lead generation: New content can provide new opportunities for lead generation by providing new and relevant information to your audience.

  • Long-term SEO: By regularly adding new content, you will build a library of resources for your audience to return to, and this can help keep your website relevant for a longer period of time.

It is important to note that not all content is created equal, and the new content added to your site should be valuable and relevant to your audience, and it should be optimized for search engines as well.

6. Install a sitemap with links to all pages of the site.

Search engine bots will have an easier time locating each page as a result. You should also include an XML sitemap for Google which "tests" Google about each update if you update frequently.

7. Make sure you have basic site management data,

Like the number of visitors and their destinations. Since it enables you to improve the site based on actual results, this can be just as important as the website itself.

8. Finally, create a website that people will find interesting. 

If people don't stay or buy, there's no point in being on top of the search engines! Most of the time people stay on websites that are relevant to what they are looking for, easy to use, read, and buy from. While they love "well-designed" sites, form tends to be less important to them than convenience and usability. In addition, they enjoy chatting in chat rooms or watching related "movies".


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