The internet is massive and each corner is prepared with traps, tricks, and tips that can either help you succeed or bring you down. The information offered here is meant to help you create the most productive search engine optimization strategy you can build and then, expand it into an empire of your liking.
Be smart with where you place the keywords in your site. Makes sure to place them in aspects of your sites such as titles, URLs, content, image names, etc. Think about what terms your visitors would use to find your content and what they’d expect to see when they arrived.
If you are using images on your site, incorporate your keywords and phrases into image tags and file names. By doing so, you add weight to the engines and increase your percentage of copy weight greatly. Each image should carry some amount of this phrasing, or it might be a wasted image.
Use the most searched keywords in your HTML title tag. Search engines weigh the placement of keywords and the most weight is given to those in the title. Putting the most important words right in your title will get you to the top of a search query and drive users to your site.
Try to move yourself away from the more rigid AP style rules, especially on second references, and toward an SEO-friendly usage of full names in subsequent references within your story. This will benefit you because the search engine results page is still based, in part, on keyword density and repetition.
SEO will not be leaving the scene anytime soon and if anyone plans on running a successful website, they will have to master the in’s and out’s, or hire someone who can. Following this advice is a good way to get started and get the ball rolling to create a more known and profitable business. Even if your site isn’t aimed at bringing in a monetary value as of yet, it will still need the exposure of SEO, in order to hit an audience and become known.