Depending on how you see it, SEO can be as challenging and exciting as a game or as mind boggling and frustrating as a maze you couldn’t get out of or a puzzle you couldn’t solve. Some people who carry out SEO without perhaps understanding main principles try and try for months on end without any indication of ranking improvement. This is even after they made sure that they are creating just the correct keywords at the right density to make their website or blog acceptable to Google.
If your website is struggling in the ranking even if you think you are doing SEO correct, here are 3 items which are often hidden that may be stifling your SEO triumph.
Adequate Web Copy For The Home Page Plus Major Pages
Check the article on your website. Each page on your website that you would like to rank, in particular the homepage, should have a least of 500 words. Keep in mind that Google wants article and will crawl your site based on the keywords that are weaved into the article. It isn’t advisable to have more pictures than texts although pictures certainly add to the over-all look and feel of the website.
Length Of Your Website’s Domain Name Registration
There are also a lot of Domain Name Registrants these days. Do review if the registrant is a member or associated with the ICANN, or the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
Obtain A Diagnostics Report From Google Webmaster Tools
SEO is like being in a race versus other websites to the top of Google. Your website or blog is similar to a race car. One side of SEO and the most important one is called onsite optimisation. It means cleaning up your web site or blog of elements or parts which Google does not want and building into your website or blog those things that Google desires. Likened to the car race, onsite optimisation is like putting a robust engine into your car. When your car is ready, you can then fuel it so it rapidly goes past others in the race. The fuelling part is referred to as offsite optimization, which involves writing keyword focused article for your own web site and for distribution of these contents to the web.
Diagnostics by Google Webmaster Tools will detect these unseen errors. Site owners must particularly pay attention to duplicate meta description and meta titles. Google has no tolerance for duplicate article. This is like losing a screw in the engine which will then just cause the gas to leak.
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