Seo For Your Blog – A Checklist-steam_api.dll

Marketing With a million blogs online, it is important to have everything on your site set up just right, to give you as much of an edge on your .petitors as possible. The great thing about SEO is, that things which are good for SEO are almost always good for your users as well. After all, Google is trying to provide the best and most relevant results – if you meet their tough criteria it will usually benefit your readers. Below is a checklist of things you should check your blog is doing if you want it to be search engine friendly: 1. Titles: For every post you do, ensure that your title is descriptive of it. Unlike newspapers who often have silly puns, sayings, buzzwords, or acronyms as titles (remember the annoying headlines post Melbourne Cup "It’s a Shocking Crime Scene"), you need to have a post title which explains what your post is about. This way, a search engine will be able to categorise it as being relevant to what you want it to. 2. URLs: Ensure your URLs are not using a random Post-ID in your URLs. The easiest way to do this is to make you URLs default to include your blog post title – this way, if you optimise your blog post title to include good keywords, then your URL will also include those good keywords. 3. Redirects: If you change URL structure, move to a new domain, or simply move a post from one spot to another in your site, remember to use 301 redirects to keep the value of any links which pointed to your old URL. 4. Alternative Text: Use alt tags with descriptive and appropriate text for any images, videos, or other files you include. 5. Header Tags: Ensure you are using Header tags appropriately. Your blog post title should always be H1, but you can use other header tags within your posts as well. 6. Interlinking: To make it easier for spiders to crawl your whole blog, including old posts, link to them now and then from your newest posts 7. Categories: Organise your posts into categories with good, keyword appropriate titles 8. Archives: Remove duplicate content in your site – make sure that you don’t have any crawlable archives, or that posts marked as belonging to multiple categories aren’t cached more than once under the different category folders 9. Outgoing Links: Minimise unnecessary links on each page, or at least make them no-follow. Go through and make sure that site wide links actually need to be on each page – can you just put them on the most appropriate ones? Also, in your .ments, remove inappropriate, spammy links. 10. In.ing Links: Search to place in.ing links to your blog posts on related people’s blogs or relevant forums. Ensure you have buttons at the bottom of each post to make it as easy as possible for people to link to you. Look at writing pieces for article submission sites, which can help promote your blog (don’t make them the exact same as your own posts). About the Author: 相关的主题文章: