Eye Catchy Words and More Informative Content [ Infographics ]

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Complete On-Page SEO Techniques For A Killer Content Strategy

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This tutorial introduces how search engine analyze your website through its content strategy and user experience. These two must come together to have a well optimized page. You create a great content based on what the user needs and their satisfaction. You are targeting users whom you know would get an impact on you. Its like you are placing your business in the right place at the right time.You need to consider a lot of factors before hitting your targets. These are the factors: page loads, keyword targeting, page titles, meta descriptions, headings, ALT tags, URL structure, targeting long tail keywords and word count.

While reading this article, one of the things I have learned is building the “trust”. That means, in real world, your product must gained trust from its users and as we are targeting people from the internet, it needs to build trust as well from the search engine. We can gain the trust by creating a very nice content based on our target audience experience.

Things that makes our website trusted

Navigation – this must be easy to use. Mobile friendly.

Copywriting – it has a content that satisfies readers or users.

Layout – matches with the type of user

Trustworthiness – how many shares and likes does your website have

Testimonials – how many people are talking about your product or services

References – how popular your website is, are there any users engaged to your site to get social attention?


Link to article : http://damolade.com/blog/complete-on-page-seo-techniques-for-a-killer-content-strategy-part-1

7 Easy-to-Forget SEO Steps You Need to Consider Every Time You Publish

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Sometimes when building a website, we don’t think much about optimizing it. We only focus with the design and the content of it without realizing SEO. We need to know that search engine and people has the same ideas and expectation from our website.

Keyword is very important part of our content and using the proper tags has a big role in search engine.

These are the 7 things that we should never forget when optimizing website. The Title tags, meta description, 301 redirects, noindex tags, canonical URL, keyword research and readability.

As I noticed, all of these things needs keyword research tools to make them properly set up. The most catchy eyed among them is the readability which the developer or blogger should pay attention to. Most of the readers are lazy when it comes to a very long paragraph article. They found it so boring especially when they cannot see what they are looking for on a page. The tendency is that they will go back to the home page or leave your website. The content marketing strategy must come into it. Having the most searched keyword people and search engine can understand will make the page attracts readers and tracks by the searche engine.

Link to article : http://www.copyblogger.com/seo-steps/

Your Handy Cheat Sheet for Writing Headlines [Infographic]

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It is very important for an article to have an eye catching headlines for your target audience. Know what your target is interested in. Write a good content heading that inspires every reader so they will click onto your post and take time to read them. Make sure that bloggers would get their needs when they browse over your page. They should have answers from their questions that will help them on their problems. Create a headline like you are talking to your readers. Once they get all what they want from your page, they will not leave your page. Having some links to support your page is also a good idea. Lastly, we can get the trust from our audience when they found it really interesting.

Link to article : http://www.marketingprofs.com/chirp/2016/29663/your-handy-cheat-sheet-for-writing-headlines

Why Infographics Should Be Part of Your SEO Strategy [Infographic]

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Making infographics a part of SEO strategy increases more traffic to the website. Images attracts more readers than plain texts. People usually gets bored on the full text article that may lead to leaving your page. Social media users also found infographics more appealing and easy to share. Its like half of the posts on social media are shared with images on topics. Infographics marks on the mind of the readers and they can be easily remembered than of those purely texts posts that will leave them forgettable. It is also a visual representation of what you want to say to your audience. Creating a great design that people would love and interested in depending on what they need will make them want it and share your post.

Link to article : https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/infographics-for-seo-strategy

OnPage Seo – Guide to a Perfectly Optimized Post in 2016

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Important OnPage SEO Basics

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