If you own a blog, then you need to ensure some of the best strategies are utilized well to bring the traffic and enhance the popularity. Most website owners struggle with “How to Write a Blog”. In fact, with some innovative and viable strategies you can boost the popularity of your blog in a single go. Now, among all these strategies, the most essential one is creating good content. So, you will have to ensure that the content published in your blog is perfect in language and grammar. Apart from this, also make sure that the content comes with a good and catchy title.
A lot of emphasis is given on keyword research, content optimisation and meta tags for a website’s performance in Search Engine Results. However, one key aspect most website owners forget is the website load time. This post explains how website owners can improve website speed for SEO.
As of 2010, Google has officially announced that they take Website Load Times into consideration for SEO. This means, the faster the website, higher the chances of it ranking above another slower website, assuming all this equal. Why?
Recently I had a conversation with a niche healthcare e-commerce player about site visits and conversions. The customer let’s call him “A”, has not been able to make any sale. He has about 50 visitors per day on his website. All his website visitors are coming from Google Adwords. So he has 0 organic visitors.
Mr. A is not happy about spending in SEO as he feels Adwords is cheaper and can give him better ROI.
I decided to run up some numbers to show whether Adwords is indeed cheaper or it is just a myth.
We spoke to several business owners over the last 1 month, and we realized that they have several doubts over how SEO works and how an SEO strategy should be formulated.
Here we list Top 10 SEO questions businesses have and our answers. This will serve as a good reference material for anyone willing to learn more about SEO.
We all know there are various factors involved in search engine rankings. One of the basic steps is On-Page SEO. Doing the On-Page optimisation is equally important as Off-Page. Before you decide to post something on your website and expect to rank higher, you have to do the On-Page optimisation properly. Here are some points which you should focus on when building a website:
1. Keyword on Page Title – impact on ranking – High.
Suppose I search for the keyword “ab machine reviews” and I see the following result-