Choose a good keyword.
The first step is to simply select the search phrase or phrase you want to display the post for. If I’m writing about “the best dog toy”, I want to figure out what people are looking for.
The easiest way to do this is to use the Google Keyword Planner, a free tool that shows your estimates for each search term.
2. Researching competitors.
Now that I’ve chosen a term I try to rank it, I’m going to secretly search this phrase on google, i.e. in my web browser header (“anonymous” in Chrome, “private” in Safari And Firefox, InPrivate on Internet Explorer) and open Google.com. (In my company, we are doing “private mode” because we do not want Google to use our past search history to have an impact on what we see on the search results page.)
Take a look at all the content on the Google homepage. 10 Google results (or more) competing for you! What are their benefits? Can you do better?
3. Write the best content.
Now that you know what rivals you have, it’s time to create content that pulls those people out of competition. This may be an important part, but most importantly. It should be amazing
I do not care if you are creating a blog post, an ecommerce store page, or a sales and sales page. You need to be better than the rest, in this case neither Google nor your audience will be attracted to your site.
4. Place the keyword in the title of your page.
This should be unbelievable, but anyway I say: Your page title should contain your keyword, but that does not mean that it should be accurate (though it can be).
In addition, the title should also be interesting enough that people really want to click on it! A good example of the site is PT Manny, who wrote a great post about “getting more money.” However, instead of a tedious title like “Make Money Extra,” he says, “52 ways to get more money on the Internet.” Now I want to read.
5. Put the keyword in your header.
You can organize many web pages by having a big title at the top of the page, and then several sub-groups throughout the page (like the subheading in this post).
This organization is useful not only for people who are useful in blogging articles, but also to show Google exactly what your post is on your blog. So, make sure you use your exact keyword at least once under your headlines.
6. Put the keyword in the name and alt-tag of your image.
Later, if your blog post contains images, you can use these images to put this idea into Google about your post. There are two ways to do this:
tag image alt
To rename a picture, simply rename the image on your computer before uploading. Instead of a file called “2831274. Jpg”, you can name it “small gadget 1. jpg”.
The “alt” tag is what you set after uploading a photo to your website. Without being overly technical, the alt tag is simply a text that the web browser shows if the photo is not loaded for some reason.
7. Use the keyword in the URL and in the post.
Another Google way that can determine what your post is on your blog is the URL. In other words, we’re talking about what’s happening after “.com” in your address (or network, .org, or whatever you use). For example, which of the following URLs do you think Google is better off deciding whether to display a particular page?
It is true if you guess the second. While the former may completely destroy its SEO efforts, this second will definitely help Google exactly what it is about this post.
8. Enter the internal links.
If you do not talk about your best content, why should anyone care? It is therefore important that your best SEO content be linked to other pages on your website.
Yes, this means that you may need to return and edit some older posts to include links to new and incredible content.
9. The Most Important Tip of SEO: Getting External Links.
Well the most important part of getting backlinks is
External links are links from websites other than your own. Google strongly emphasizes on external links how well the post is. And that feels, is not it? You can talk about yourself and your skills throughout the day, but nobody believes in you. But as soon as others are surprised about you, others will understand