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3 Tips for a SEO Friendly Site

Hi everyone,

SEO friendly image 1I’ll throw this query to you right away, is your site optimized for SEO? A site that is SEO friendly will offer a lot of cool advantages as compared to that which is not.

For one, your site will rank high in the SERP (search engine results page) this results in higher visibility. 3 Tips for a SEO Friendly Site

Higher visibility will mean more chances of your brand getting discovered and seen. This will further result in increased visitors, increased visitors will mean increased leads and increased leads will mean increased sales!

If it’s not then you need to consider the following tips below:

3 SEO Friendly Site Tips

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SEO friendly image 2Always provide high quality content on every page of your website, most especially the home page.

This is of highest priority.

When your pages contain high quality contents, they will attract a lot of readers and even entice web master to link to your site.

(Wow can you imagine that? Mr Google web master himself will reference your site!)

“In creating a helpful, information-rich site, write pages that clearly and accurately describe your topic. Think about the words users would type to find your pages and include those words on your site.”– Web master

Build Links

SEO friendly image 3Links are important parameters for measuring your site’s SEO “friendliness”.  They basically helps Google’s crawlers locate your site and actually gives it greater overall visibility in search engine results.

It’s best to grow natural links. This translates to endless hours of work but will prove valuable in the end.

Links work because they give “weight” or importance to your site. This happens  when readers link to your website or the other way around. Both of the “linkee” and “linker” benefits from the linking.

“Natural links to your site develop as part of the dynamic nature of the web when other sites find your content valuable and think it would be helpful for their visitors. Only natural links are useful for the indexing and ranking of your site.” – Google Web master

Easy to access site

SEO friendly image 4Check to see if your site contains logical link structure. There should be link in every page that will enable your searcher to reach the next page.

If this sounds unfamiliar to you then hire someone who can explain this in simple terms.

Having an SEO friendly website will spell the difference between your site being discovered and your site  collecting dust.

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Are Back Links still relevant in 2015?

Hi everyone!

Its 2015, the turnover rate of technology is astonishingly fast. The same goes for Google’s algorithm. They keep changing and moving them around and with that a lot of proven white hat SEO techniques are also being updated and re calibrated.

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links are important

What used to be an accepted SEO practice a while back is not obsolete.

Take keywords for example, used to be the more similar keywords your article contains, the higher your chance of ranking good. Well, tough luck! Not anymore.

The algorithm has change.

This begs the question about back linking, is it still an acceptable SEO practice? Is it still relevant today? Is it still important in 2015?

Let’s find out.

Watch this short video to learn more

As you have seen in the video above, back links will continue to display their relevance in Google’s algorithm in a long time.

So how do you build back links?

Build back-links using these techniques

Directory and Forum Listing

directories and forums backlinksGetting listed in major directories like DMOZ, Yahoo, and others is always a great way to get premium and legit back links.

Of course you need to wait a couple of months for this to commence, still the wait is worth it 100% every time!

Guest blogging

blogOne great way to get quality back links is to do guest blogging. This works because you can get recognized and gain new connections.

Creating and establishing new connections open up the possibility of building back links. So don’t ever overlook the value of guest blogging. It’s a symbiotic relationship after all.

Press Release

press release back linkYou might be thinking I know press release works for product launch but link building?

I know this is not your everyday means to building links but if harnessed properly will surely produce the result that you desire.

How?

Write an awesome press release promoting an important event in your business. This can bring you many visitors and hopefully a good link from a respected site to yours will mean mission accomplished!

So there you go! Hope you can try this tips out! Tell me how it turned out okay?

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7 Common SEO Mistakes Every Web Marketer Should Never Do

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Let’s face it, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) technique is not EASY for everyone. While some guys may be good at it, most of us newbie marketers are left groping in the dark and biting our nails.

Still in keeping with my ongoing objective of helping you out, I’ve recently updated my list of the MOST common SEO mistakes that newbie marketers often do and how to avoid them.

7 Common SEO Mistakes

Keyword Stuffing

keywordThis refers to unnaturally padding your blogpost with keywords that may or may not be relevant to the subject at hand.

This is unethical and can often lead to your site’s being flagged down and worse –penalized by major search engines!

Being Spammy

spammyAgain, loading your blogpost with keywords but with little content to back it up is like shooting an arrow to the moon.

It’s unrealistic and will get you nowhere.You need to be smart with the use of keywords even if they’re on-topic.

There should be enough word count to make it really count. One word of advice though, be sure that it reads smart and loaded with real info. Word count alone will not cut it as well.

Focusing on Keyword Density

densityIf you’ll notice, there’s already a recurring theme here – the use of keywords. While keywords are really essential it’s not smart to overuse them.

Keyword density refers to the number of times a specific keyword is repeated or appears in a blog post. Don’t aim for a certain number density anymore like what was acceptable a couple of years back.

The search engines are evolving in an effort to weed out the phonies. It is outdated and doesn’t work anymore.

Spamdexing

dexingSpamdexing involves repeating an unrelated phrase or phrases in an effort to trick the search engines.

Well guess what, search engines nowadays have a better way of detecting whether or not the content of a blogpost is relevant to the search term or not.

Beware, the moderators will be inclined to remove you from the search engines when they discover that you are actually spamdexing.

Link-bait-and-switching

linkLink-bait-and-switching is a technique whereby a link is added to a word and that link leads your reader to something totally unrelated. This is also unethical and will cause your readers to mistrust you.

Not being Patient

“Patience is a virtue” so goes the saying. It’s true. Even with this technological advancement, patience still has its rewards. Proper SEO can’t be established overnight. You need to give time to those web CRAWLERS to find your content and establish your online reputation.

Shallow Content

Always write content with value. Search engines have a way of telling whether what you are actually putting out is all fluff and no real value. Your content must have value to back up the keywords you use.

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