Rank Higher in Search Engines

WordPress was born SEO ready, but after using a few different themes or editing some code to implement your personalization, you can break down some of the features that make WordPress dear to search engines .

These features, which direct search engine crawlers through your WordPress site, include permalinks, pinging, and blog rolling. Features direct search spiders through your categories, pages, and posts to collect the data needed to identify and rank your website. There are three questions of the hour:

  1. How do you preserve your website’s friendliness to the Googles of this world?
  2. How do you ensure that you continue ranking first for your primary keywords?
  3. How do you climb one, two, or more up the ladder in terms of search engine rankings?

Content is king

It should have come earlier but I didn’t want to look too cliche. You’ve probably heard the phrase “Content is king” many times and probably even vowed to kill the next person who would use it, but what do you know; Content is indeed king. As we have mentioned in a few lines, search engines see your WordPress site as “no”. As you do, spiders can only crawl or “read” your site. They crawl your code but more importantly they read your content.

Optimize Search Engine, Write for Human Being

  1. How would you search for your favorite brand of coffee in the Internet?
  2. How do you search for your favorite pair of Nikes?

Write your web content with the searcher, which is also in keeping with your customer. How do they get information online? This is not enough for a great product; People need to find your product. When writing your web content, consider the keywords / phrases that your target audience will use to find your information. Sprinkle these keywords sparingly in your web content. Don’t overdo it, aim for ten (10) keywords per 500 words, a standard recommended by Google.

Content always comes first

Search engine spiders do not spend as much time on your website as you think or want. For the most part, these crawlers will only solve the CSS elements for styling HTML elements and your supernatural ability, while collecting content through your website. Don’t feel bad though, there’s very little you can do about it.

Use your keywords in your titles and links.

Search engines don’t care about aesthetics – you can have the most beautiful website in the world, but it won’t guarantee you the number one position in Google. Search engines evaluate your site using words in your content.

These words and their various combinations go through a cipher where they get credit. By comparing the words in your web pages to the words in your link and title, the search engine will give you better ranking. Therefore, try to use your keywords in your content, title and link.

Image seo

A website without images is… well… dull. A website with a plethora of images is unsightly because images can get in the way of good content. The best thing is to always make the right balance. But we say that your site is designed mostly without images and links and too much text. How do you optimize your “image content” to rank well in search engines? An image should always have the “alt” property (sometimes called “tag” by a knob) that looks like:

<img src = http: //yoursite.com/yourimage.jpg height = “yy” width = “xx” alt = “your_keyword” title = “image title + keyword” />

A link will have a title attribute like this:

<a href=http://yoursite.com/link-destination/erts title </a> link destination or main page of keyword >> your anchor text with a keyword </a>

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