Search Engine Positioning (SEO)
Search engine positioning: If you want your site to rank better on Google or any other search engine, it is very important that you know a few basic SEO techniques. When you optimize your site well, Google will find you very easily, which is the key if you want to promote your product. We advise you to look at the 5 tips we provide, once implemented, your customers will surely find it easier to reach you.
The key is to remember the term ‘keyword’. Imagine that keywords are magnets on your product. The more important magnets you have and if they are placed in the right places, you give more power to Google to find you and place you in search results.
The power of “links”
Any advice we provide is a specific thing that you can apply to your site other than this one. The first tip we will give you is to place as many links on other sites as possible that will link to your site. Such links are called ‘inbound links’ and Google adores them. When other sites link to you, Google may regard it as having your site more important than their own. It also means that anything you do on your site related to SEO will have more effect. However, not all inbound links are the same. Start from the basic sites, through the forums, then move on.
Extra Tip: Remember, keywords are important in a link. A link to your site that is linked as a keyword will have a lot more impact than eg clicking here or www.yoursite.com
Page titles appear in the Google Results title. It’s a good idea to make headlines that explain what’s on the page, but also contain keywords. Google allows you 70 characters for a page title, so you need to think carefully about how to spend them. A good title would look like this: Sertini Sales Marketing Group – Making the Best Business Web Presentations! It uses multiple characters and contains several keywords that can be used when someone creates a Website. It’s not hard, is it? Positioning on search engines
When you search for something on Google, the bold text below the title is called a page description. Google allows you 155 characters to describe your site. Use the same rules you used in the previous paragraph, but keep in mind that these 155 characters are mini commercials for what you want your visitors to find. To build on the previous example, a good description would be Best Web Presentation Design. Digital marketing, facebook for business users. Superior support and 100% data security. There are a number of characters that contain a good description of the content of the site, but also contain a lot of keywords.
Keyword power extends somewhat to your entire content. Although Google search does not contain a complete copy of your page, Google will index it to compare whether it matches the page title and description. It would be helpful for Google to index 300 words on your page, or even 500. Make sure that your keywords are 3-5% of your page. on a 500-word page. Don’t ‘choke’ on keywords, arrange them nicely, to look natural. Positioning on search engines
More sides – more effect
The more pages you have on a site, and the more Google indexes them, the more impact Google will have. The best way to do this is to have a blog in addition to your site. A blog is a great way to create weekly, biweekly, or monthly articles that Google will pick up and display. Not only does more pages give Google more information to index you, you’ll always have a site with fresh content, which Google also loves. Positioning on search engines
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