Google SEO: Tips You’ll Ever Need To Rank In Search
Google SEO: Tips You’ll Ever Need To Rank In Search.
New to blogging and considering strong search engine optimization (SEO) ethics, to rank your website, this means you might take a lesson here.
Most time new bloggers are victims to try and fail making error, to me that is okay, if you fail trying to learn something new in other to improve, which actually means you are making progress, not only a blogger but a webmaster with strong logical ranking technics, which also makes you learn other secret methods. But if you don’t want to learn and expect to rank on google, it would however be difficult to make blogging your profession except for the fun to make relevant use than wasting time; better still “you can pay a profession if you believe the funds are available to maintain the technical aspect of your website SEO”.
What do you need to perfect your website SEO?
This is very important, if you miss it here, you may have to follow the tough process like I did. But I know you want to perfect your SEO, is the exact question in your mind. Most web master would create a checklist of theirs to make sure everything is perfect, for their next website article. No, an SEO checklist won’t protect you from crashing and burning out. But it will help ensure that your post has the best chance it needs to rank high in Google.
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Always practice this to help your next piece of web content, run it through the following 9-point checklist for the best SEO tips. If we go Biblical, I will say, My friend, attend to this words; incline thine ear unto my sayings, that your website can rank on search engine first page.
What ethic do you have to apply
1. Pick a good keyword to focus on.
The first step is to simply pick the search term or phrase you want the post to show up for. If I am writing about the best dog toys for small dogs, I’ll want to find out what people are actually searching for.
The easiest way to do this is use Google Keyword Planner, or google trending a free tool that will show you an estimate for any search phrase. (Although Keyword Planner is free, you may need to set up an AdWords account to gain access.)
For example, I noticed that “small dog toys” receives 590 monthly searches — higher than any other related combination of words. However, I’m still not totally ready to start writing about this topic. First, I need to do some research.
2. Research the competition
Now that I have a term I want to try to rank for, I’m going to go undercover and do some recon!
Jump over to your “private browsing” mode on your web browser (“Incognito” in Chrome, “Private” in Safari and Firefox, “InPrivate” on Internet Explorer) and head to Google.com. We do “private mode” because we don’t want Google to use our past search history to influence what we see on the search results page. Take a look at all the content on page one of Google.The 10 (or so) results are your competition.
3. Write the best content
Now that you know what your competition looks like, it’s time to create the content that is going to blow those folks out of the water. This is perhaps the most difficult part, but it’s the most important. It needs to be amazing.
I don’t care if you are creating a blog post, ecommerce store page or sales-landing page. It needs to be better than the rest, or else neither Google nor your audience will ever take note.
4. Put the keyword in your page title
This should be a no-brainer, but I’ll say it anyway: Your page title should contain your keyword, but that doesn’t mean it has to be exact (though it can be).
Additionally, the title must also be interesting enough that people will actually want to click on it! A However, rather than a boring title, like “Make Extra Money,” he titled it “52 Ways to Make Extra Money.” Now that is something I would want to read.
5. Put the keyword in your header
You can organize most webpages by having a large title at the top, followed by several sub-headers throughout the page (like the sub-headers in this post).
This organization is helpful not only for people in skimming blog-post articles, it’s helpful in showing Google exactly what your blog post is about. Therefore, be sure to use your exact keyword phrase at least once in your sub-headers.
6. Put the keyword in the name and alt-tag of your image
If your blog post contains images, you can use those images to cement the idea to Google about your post’s topic. There are two ways to do this:
- The image name
- The image alt tagTo change the image name, simply change the name of the image on your computer before uploading. Instead of a file called “2831274.jpg,” you can re-name it something like “small dog toys 1.jpg.” Without getting too technical, the alt tag is simply the text that the web browser will show if the photo can’t load for some reason.7. Use the keyword in the URL and in the post
Another way Google is able to determine what your blog post is about is the URL. In other words, we’re talking about what comes after the “.com” in your url (or .net, .org, or whatever you use). For example, which of the following URLs do you think Google will like better when deciding whether or not to show a certain page?
You’re right if you guessed the second one. While the former might not completely kill your SEO efforts, the latter definitely helps show Google exactly what the post is about.
8. Insert internal links
If you aren’t talking about your best content, why should anyone else care? For this reason, it’s important that your best SEO content be linked to internally by other pages on your website. Yes, this means you may need to go back and edit some older posts to include links to the new, incredible content. But to make this easier, if you think it sound too difficult to start editing your prevous post to insert links, the you can install the plugin knows as “Related Articles”. This plugin do simply make wonders.
9. The most-important SEO tip: Get external links
External links are links from websites other than your own. Google relies heavily on external links to determine how good a post is. And this makes sense, doesn’t it? You can talk about yourself and your own skills all day long, but no one will believe you. But as soon as other people begin bragging about you, others take notice. External links are also important if you cannot cover the full topic, you add external links to help those who need further search.
10 Always add video to your content
If you have been a follower of Hkitnob.com, you to realized I adopted a new Technic to help convey my information for those who don’t want to read, could watch the video. This is very helpful, it allows Google and other search engine to find your content relevant and much rich in details. And the good news is using Youtube videos can make your site gain committed follower. I will refer you to the post [ using video marketing].
In conclusion, If may rank on Google SEO or other search engines, these information above is mandatory! You have to first abide to most of this on site SEO guide before you can become a good SEO expert.
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