Search Engine Optimization
- Find the right keywords
Be Savvy. Look for less obvious keywords. Avoid popular terms that could cost money. Take advantage of "organic" searches.
- Avoid broad terms
Be specific to what your website offers. Instead of saying "jewelry," use terms such as "gold necklace" or "silver ring."
- The Value of Repetition
Repetition is a good tool, as long as there is a difference in the meaning of similar phrases. An example would be "dog food reviews" and "dog food comparison." This is a repetition of a keyword, but it has a different meaning.
- Keyword Placement
Different elements of HTML code are recognized by search engines. Placing your keywords in these places will increase the SEO power of your pages.
- Title Tag: Not to be confused with page title, this defines the page title as it will appear in search results
- Meta Description Tag: This appears on the Search Engine Results page right underneath the page title. Customize a meta description on every pageof your site.
- Page Title: This is the actual title that vistors will see for each page of your site.
- Site Text: Include your keywords repeatedly in the text of your site, but the text still needs to be readable. 3-6% density is suggested.
- Repeated Links: Using your keywords in the links on your site shows their importance to search engines.
- Alt Tags: Images on your site have the ability to define "alternate" text. Fill this with descriptive text of the image that includes some keywords. (This is originally intended for machines that read out Web pages to those who might have difficulty seeing the page.)
- Filenames: Your filenames will show up in the URL for that page. Use this as another place to include keywords.
- Your Domain Name: Having a domain name that includes a primary keyword boosts rankings in all search engines.
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