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Important Tips on SEO

Important Tips on SEO

1. First-class content is the key:

Some people might disagree; content might not necessarily get you ranked pretty high. When you think about it though, if your readers like what you wrote, they would want to share what you wrote.

2. Furnish what people are looking for:

Whenever you write, you should think about what key words people would type in search engines to find information related to what you wrote about. Knowing these words will help direct people to your post.

3. A few things about titles:

Google is very sensitive with titles, so here are a few things to remember:
-Make sure that the title of your post is on the “titles tag” on the rear part of your blog.
-Unless you’re big on branding, don’t include your blog name on the titles tag of every post.
-Remember the key words we talked about in tip # 2? Keywords should live in your title.
-The first words in your title tend to be more important than the latter words.

4. Include the key words in your content:

Use them in the sub-headings of your post, in the body, and even in alternate tags of images. Don’t stray from the topic, but use them in a way that they are a natural part of your post.

5. Cardinal rule is to link to your own posts (internal linking):

Whenever relevant, link your post to another one of your own (a la Wikipedia). This is a great way to up your blog’s rankings.

6. Get links from outside your blog (external linking):

This is a little trickier, but very important for SEO. You start by writing good content (which is always key). If you have other sites or you’re active in social networking services, you should be able to link to your blog. If you think your content is relevant to another blog, try telling that blogger about your post and he might just link to it.
And for crying out loud, tweet about your posts!

7. Plug-ins:

If you’re into altering things like meta tags on the back end of your blog, you should check out good plug-ins that can help you. They don’t really give you a huge edge, but hey, every little bit helps.

8. Snowballing effect with readers:

This isn’t really an SEO technique as it is a practical technique. The more readers you have, the more likely your site will be found by other readers, especially if you have good content (which is, again, why content is key). They might link to you, tweet about you, blog about you, talk about you to their friends, etc. Over time, your readership grows, and that counts for a lot in SEO. So get as many readers as you can.

Here are some Search Engine Optimization books below for you to discover more tips on SEO the right way:

Outsmarting Google: SEO Secrets to Winning New Business (Que Biz-Tech)
Outsmarting Google: SEO Secrets to Winning New Business (Que Biz-Tech)
SEO Made Simple (Second Edition): Strategies For Dominating The World's Largest Search Engine
SEO Made Simple (Second Edition): Strategies For Dominating The World’s Largest Search Engine
Search Engine Optimization (SEO): An Hour a Day
Search Engine Optimization (SEO): An Hour a Day
Search Engine Optimization For Dummies
Search Engine Optimization For Dummies

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