SEO isn’t an inherently spammy or unethical form of marketing. In fact, SEO strategies are more effective if you follow the guidelines set out by search engines. If you're a relatively new blog & would be willing to write a blog post for the sake of getting one solid, contextual link, then blog carnivals are a no brainer. Basically, blog carnivals are a blog community that writes about certain topics as a group. These posts then get linked to from an issue, kind of like a magazine. The content on your website must be unique and creative. It has to be relevant to your readers, and not published just for SEO purposes. To create relevant content, research the latest trends and write blog posts that are engaging. Teach your audience how to do something, and always update old content. The basic premise is that a page will show up in search engine results
because the website had mentioned the terms that were being searched
for on the website page. Of course, many websites use the same keywords
on the same page.
Backlinks, backlinks, backlinks!
Don’t stuff your footer with all kind of irrelevant links. Keep it focused, make sure these links are helping your visitor. Google will find all relevant pages if you focus on a good site structure anyway. While you should not
hide your heading tag in an image, you should still give search engines more opportunities to link to your website by adding keywords in the image alt text and file name. If you read something interesting on a blog, you should comment. Especially when a post is about something you may have written about yourself as well. In your comment, you can share your view on the matter. You could also place a link to one of your own blogs. Getting your content out there and shared generously should be your goal. Make sure the content is better than what already is ranking for your keywords; provide unique value and a fresh perspective on the topic. Consider your exposure options for your content, and get your content out to as many options as possible.
Optimal size of title tags
Stay on top of relevant trends, create “how-to” blog posts, and frequently update older content to make sure you’re continuing to serve your audience with useful and timely information even after it’s initially published. Let’s not forget the
speed of your site, not just because we all browse the web a lot more on our mobile devices, over not-so-broadband networks, but also because a fast site makes Google and in most cases your conversion rate happier. Similar to writing an outline for a large paper, put some thought into what the main points and subpoints
of the content on the page will be and decide where to use heading tags appropriately One of the primary triggers in their algorithm is domain authority, which Google calculates based on a myriad of factors; in fact, the RankBrain system that Google uses employs more than 200 ranking signals.
Beware of exchanging links
Make sure your title tag is 50-60 characters long, including spaces. Anything longer and Google may cut you short. When it comes to SEO, it’s all about following a correct strategy. SEO is the most cost-effective way to bring new visitors to your website. But, there is no secret method to rank number one in Google. Never sell yourself short and never assume anyone knows your business better than you. According to Gaz Hall, a UK SEO Consultant
: "Do a thorough check of your site to make sure it's displaying correctly with no missing content or error messages. If you've recently added a feature or new site design it could be it's slowing the site speed down or causing other problems."
Structure your content
Write great title tags. Good title tags should be like an interesting newspaper headline but with relevant keywords included. Prioritize keywords and phrases,
plurals, singulars and misspellings. It can take months to see a real impact from SEO,
and if your site is fairly new (ie. you just launched
and have little to no content), it will take even longer
to see noticeable results. ou can optimize the entire technical side of your site and still find it lost on page two or more in Google. SEO isn’t a trick. It isn’t something your web developer can do for you.