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How Can I optimize a blog or website?
Does any body have any idea how to optimize a blog or website?
August 25, 2015, 10:29 am
Follow the below steps to optimize your blog and website,
>use keywords throughout your post
>optimize your image
>use subscribe button
>share your links in social media
August 26, 2015, 4:44 am
Keywords in this case is not the most important thing. Just make sure your URL and title of your blog has the keywords you need to use. Other than that the most important factor here is CONTENT. Keywords don't mean jack if you have a lot of competition. But content rules everything. The more content you add to your blog on a regular basis, the higher your blog gets ranked.
Also make sure you ping your blog every time you post and share your articles with all your social networks.
August 26, 2015, 8:41 am
Google loves quality works & it has cleared by Google previous updates. So when optimize a Blog must aware aboug Google updates & try to follow updates & must follow these point while posting posts.
Do research : -
Utilize keywords throughout post
Reference others with links
Give readers the opportunity to subscribe to your blog
Use social media to reach of your blog posts
It will help you to optimize your Website.
August 26, 2015, 8:44 am
I think the best way to optimize a blog is to blog with keywords of your niches.Google rank better blogs with better content in terms of quality, so work on your post and articles.
promote your blog greatly to have better traffic and this will help your blog stands out.
September 19, 2017, 6:27 am
On Site SEO Optimization
9 Step On-Page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Guide
This 9 Step On-Page Search Engine Optimization Guide will help you optimize your website pages, so they will have the best chance to get found by your target market. The Guide outlines the most important factors to consider when optimizing each page on your site. These steps are listed based on importance, so don’t skip a step. Also, remember that creating new optimized content on a weekly basis is critical to achieving long-term success with SEO.
Step 1: Choose Keywords
Read the page’s content and identify two (2) keywords that are most relevant to the overall page content. Choose one (1) primary keyword relevant to the page’s content and one variation of that keyword (e.g. plural variation or two closely related keywords) per page. If you can’t identify one primary keyword for a page, you’ll need to create new website pages to separate the different content. If it’s not clear to you what page is about, then your visitors and the search engines won’t be able to understand the page either.
Step 2: Page Title
The page title appears as the blue, bolded, underlined text on a Google search results page, and also on the top left the browser bar. The page title should follow these guidelines:
Be under 70 characters with no more than two long-tail keywords per page title
The primary keyword should appear first
Each keyword phrase should be separated by pipes (|)
Each page title on your website should be unique
Except for your homepage and contact us page, each page title should NOT include your business name
Step 3: Meta Description
The meta description appears on a Google search results page under the Page Title. The meta description helps people decide whether to click on your result, or a result above or below you. Think of it as a call to action. The meta description should follow these guidelines:
Be under 150 characters (but not under 100 characters; take advantage of the space you have)
Incorporate the primary keyword and at least one secondary keyword
Provide a valuable, compelling reason for why someone should visit the page
Include keywords in a conversational format; don’t just cram in keywords for the sake of listing them
Step 4: URL
The website page’s URL should include the primary keyword. Each word in the URL should be separated using dashes (-). e.g.
Step 5: Heading Tags
The page should have one H1 heading tag that incorporates the primary keyword, and should align with the page title and the URL or the page. This H1 tag should appear at the top of the page and should be the first thing people see when they arrive on a page.
Step 6: Page Content
Use your primary keyword a few times throughout the page’s content. Don’t overthink keyword density or placement, you should mention them naturally. Try to bold or underline the keyword at least once. This has an effect on how relevant the keyword is to the page. Also mention the secondary keywords when you can.
Step 7: Add a Call to Action
Every website page, including your blog, should have at least one call to action above the page’s fold (Don’t make your website visitor scroll down to see the call to action). Calls to action can help SEO by creating an internal link on your website to a specific landing page. Most calls to action are images; therefore you can optimize the image filename and alt text for the primary keyword you’re targeting on the page (see step 9).
Step 8: Internal Links
If you mention the primary keyword of this page on other pages within your site, then link to this page using the primary keyword as the anchor text. For example, you should link to a page about inbound marketing software using the anchor text “inbound marketing software.” To make sure this is completed, take a moment to create one (1) or two (2) links on related pages that link back to the page you’re optimizing.
Step 9: Images
Any images used on the page should be optimized so that search engines can “read” the image. Optimize the most prominent image on the page using the primary keyword, and then use the primary and secondary keywords for any other images. Images can be optimized in two ways:
File name: Each word should be separated with dashes (-), e.g. inbound-marketing-software.jpg
ALT text: The alt text should match the file name, without dashes, e.g. Inbound Marketing Software
If you are unable to change image file name or if it’s too time consuming, then only change the most prominent images’ alt text using the primary keyword.
They aren’t part of Google’s or Bing’s search algorithm, so I’m not including them as a step. However, still use your primary and secondary keyword in the page’s meta keywords. Smaller search engines still might use them in their algorithm, but major search engines do not use them. HubSpot does not recommend you optimize your meta keywords.
Repeat these 9 steps for each of your website pages.
August 27, 2015, 1:53 am
yo need to buy good premimum templates that fit to the niche you targte and the most important is quality content and backlinks
August 27, 2015, 3:52 pm
Optimizing a blog and optimizing a website are completely different issues. While with blog you need to concentrate on fresh content. On that other hand, for website keywords plays the major role.
August 28, 2015, 8:34 am
Do your research.
Keyword research is essential for on page optimization. Chances are you are naturally including keywords without realizing it simply by providing valuable content on a topic. However, there are a variety of tools and techniques for finding related keywords relevant to your blog post that you may not have considered. The
Google Adwords Keyword Tool
both offer great tools that allow you to find keywords related to your topic and even spy on your competition to see what words and phrases they are targeting to bring traffic to their sites.
August 28, 2015, 9:53 am
In order to optimize your blog or website, you will have to use keywords on your site name, site description as well as on the contents. Before, you publish contents, do keyword research and find keywords in your niche that get 500-5000 hits. develop content based on these keywords and keyphrase. Your content should have at least 5 percent keywords. If your article is 1000 words, you need to have at least 50 keywords.
When you are giving a title, try to use keywords, if possible, use long tail search term as your title.
Site design is also important, give your website a professional look, Your site must be easy to navigate.
You also have to build backlinks. building backlinks is the part of off page SEO.
September 19, 2017, 5:50 am
As you can see on the comments above, there are many ways to optimize a website. But the SEO work is not that easy because you have to give it time and you need patience because the effect is not instant. SEO work is also a regular chore that you may also want to monitor the development of the traffic that is going to your site based on the SEO work like the backlinks and keywords.
September 24, 2018, 10:02 pm