Meta tags are pieces of HTML code that can be added to the
section of your web pages. Beyond the page title, the two most popular Meta tags are Meta Description tag and Meta Keyword There are some conflicting views about whether or not to use Meta tags and whether they actually help your search engine positioning. Regardless of whether or not it helps with your search engine positioning, you should use the Meta Description tag because this is what frequently appears below your website URL in the search engine results pages (SERPS). Your homepage is the
most important and likely your strongest webpage. The link power (AKA link juice) is distributed from the homepage to all other subpages. Ideally, you should distribute the link juice evenly to all other subpages through internal links and easy navigation menus. Search engines scan tags and categories to identify what products, blog posts, or gallery images are about. Adding tags and categories that accurately describe the item could help it appear in search results. Off page SEO is a long term and time consuming process.It includes acquiring backlinks to your webpage from the authority sites, Social media and Social bookmarking. Off page factors work in the background to improve the search rankings.
Where are people coming from to get to your site
Every search engine gives different weights to these ranking factors which is why when you enter the same search term in different search engines you will generally get different results. Page load speed is
also a ranking factor, especially for mobile. You should aim to have the target search keyword within one of the HTML headers in your content (e.g. H2, H3, etc.). f someone is more actively seeking something then it’s more likely they’ll search longer strings of words, meaning that you will target people who will be more willing to engage with your content. If you’re selling goods or services, then targeting long tail keyword can really make a big difference.
This is not a numbers game
Google is pretty good at understanding the general context of a site’s content. SEOs have tried many
ways to sneak in links. One of the more creative ways was to embed a link into an infographic. When people would copy the infographic because they liked it, they were also copying links. Widgets were also used this way. No one appreciates them. The greatest selling point of SEO is something that it shares with most of the broader world of inbound marketing: it allows for the possibility of cumulative growth. Keep your sentences and paragraphs short, and break them up with line breaks (white space makes much for a much nicer reading experience on mobile) and subheadings
Losing Focus on Information Content
Anyone who is commenting on the blog will leave a backlink, which means, backlinking is a mode to drive traffic. Make sure, you are not commenting a random one, as it will serve you no good. The comments should be relevant and in that context only. If a site links to you using the ’nofollow’ meta tag then their website’s authority won’t be passed to you. Some publishers automatically nofollow all external links, which is bad practice. Nofollow links should be reserved for sponsored or paid for links and content you don’t necessarily trust but still want to use as an example. Everyone is familiar with the expression “content is king.” Without rich content, you will
find it difficult to achieve good rankings with specific keywords and to direct traffic to your
website. According to SEO Consultant
, Gaz Hall: "The biggest SEO mistake you can make during a website redesign is to not think about SEO until it’s too late. If you don’t have SEO in mind from the initial strategy session, you’re going to lose what you took so much time and effort to build. "
Create a list of the top 10 keywords for which you want to achieve rankings. Do a search once a month
on Google and see where you stand in the rankings. Keep a record of the ranking and you will be able to
see the progress of your SEO efforts. Note jumps by more than five places in the ranking, because these
changes are not usually due just to normal changes and search engine updates. Trustworthy sites tend to
link to other trusted sites, while spammy sites receive very few links from trusted sources. Whenever I speak to people about SEO, the number one question that I get asked is, “What’s the most important factor to rank number one in Google?” Be careful not to include links within content that lead directly to the desktop or mobile version of a page. Even if the user will be switched to the correct URL based on their device, Google sees these types of links as a bad user experience.