written by Tom | SEO
Your keyword should be in the first 100 words of your article or post.
Google started penalizing mobile unfriendly sites in 2015. And they’re likely crack down even more in the future. If you want to make your site mobile-friendly, you nee to invest in responsive design.
This is an easy SEO tactic to increase your traffic.
These links to related pages helps Google work out what your page is about. And shows that your site is a centre for high quality information.
Make sure you like to high quality sites.
Remember to include external links in all your posts.
You want your web pages to load in 3 seconds or less. Any longer you will lose visitors.
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Internal linking is a great way to keep visitors on your site. Boost all your website statistics. And signal to Google your site is full of great quality engaging content. Use 2-3 in every post.
LSI keywords are synonyms for the keywords you are trying to rank for this helps you avoid keyword stuffing. Make sure you include them in every article or post. The longer your articles and posts the less you need to worry about including these words as they should occur naturally. That’s why I recommend you write articles and post with at least 1890 words in them.
Include your keyword in your image file. And make sure you include your keyword in your alt tag.
This helps search engines better understand your page and can help improve your search engine rankings.
Include easy to use social sharing buttons on your website.
The more your content is shared the more people will view your content. Search engines consider social shares when ranking your website. So, the more shares the better.
Post long content as part of your SEO strategy. Aim for 1890 words for every article or post you publish.
Longer content is rewarded with a better rank for your target keyword. And as a bonus it also brings in more traffic from long tail keywords.
Google prefers short simple URLS.
They also give more weight to the first 3-5 words in your URL. Mention your keyword early in the URL.
Make sure you always have your target keyword in your URL.
You want URLS like this:
Not URLS like this:
Having correct title tags is the most important part of your on-page SEO.
The closer your keyword is to the beginning of the title tag the more weight it will receive from search engines. And in turn the more of a boost it will give you in the search engine rankings.
Add words like “complete”, “new”, “2018”, “best”, “guide”, and “review” to your title tags.
Doing this can help you rank for long tail versions of your target keyword.
H1 Tags are there for headlines. This is the title of your Article or Blog Post. Make sure your headline is always wrapped in a H1 Tag.
Most content management systems do this automatically. For example, WordPress. Double check this is the case, if it is not get one that does.
Plain text can only do so much to engage visitors to your website. Using infographics, images, videos and diagrams can reduce your bounce rate and increase the time spent on your site.
Boosting these statistics can be a great part of your SEO strategy to boost your search engine rankings.
H2 Tags are there for subheadings. H2 tags are given more weight. So, include your target keyword at least once inside H2 tags.
Dwell Time is basically how long somebody stays on your site. If someone hits their back button or closes your page immediately after arriving on your website. It signals to Google that your page is of a low quality. And will adversely affect your search engine ranking.
You can boost your dwell time by writing long, quality, engaging content. Remember write for humans and aim for 1890 words for each of your articles or blog posts.
Google said that having a thriving community through blog comments on your site can help “a lot” with rankings. When you get comments on your blog always reply and start building a dialogue with your blog readers. This will build trust, boost your Dental SEO efforts and increase the number of new patients visiting your practice.
Quality content is king.
Search engines assess the quality of your content through a variety of methods.
They take notice of your dwell time. The time on your site, the amount of Google searches for your company, the number of repeat visitors you have and the amount of bookmarks your site has received.
Keep publishing great content on a consistent schedule.
Remember ranking is not the end of the battle. When you are listed in organic search you still need somebody to click on your site. Make sure that your meta description is enticing enough for a search engine user to click on your site and enter your sales process.
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