Quick Steps to Better SEO
- Posted on: Jul 27 2016
In terms of improving your website’s page rank on the search engine results pages, There is no such thing as a quick fix when it comes to SEO, as we don’t control Google’s results. However, there are some steps your web professional can take that are fairly quick and easy, that will usually give your website a boost rapidly. Here’s a list some search engine optimization tactics the internet search experts at Liquori Co. swear by for fast action that has the potential to yield real results.
Link from one page on your site to another. These are referred to as internal links, and these have real power to build web authority. From the user experience standpoint, internal links allow for ease of navigation from one page to the next, since site visitors will come across interesting information that they want to know more about, and click on it, leading them to additional site pages with relevant information.
Since search engines crawl a site through its links, they (search engines) like to see sites with such links, and upon noticing the intricacies of the link structure within your site, may boost it up farther in the results. Though external links may seem to get all of the love from SEO types, internal links are a quick and easy way to help build your site’s authority without counting on other sites to link to it. The best way? Linking from your “best” page, which is your homepage, to other pages on your site, likely to be weaker.
We are sure you have heard it before and here it is again: content is king. But not just not content. The text on your webpage has to be clear, informative and thorough, but also the more text you have, the easier it is to include those long-tail keywords that really build SEO strength and improve overall search engine visibility.
The more (good) content you give Google to crawl through, the better, especially when it is being updated regularly, pages are added now and then, and SEO is always kept in mind. It’s a good rule of thumb for every page throughout a site to have approximately 300 words, of course this content must be unique — meaning no duplicate content (repeating content/text throughout the site).
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