Top 10 SEO Tips for 2013
- - The busty bra technique – Lift and separate: If you are going to interlink multiple websites be very careful about lifting and separating and don’t take shortcuts by lifting content from money sites and spreading it too thinly over feeder sites.
- - Virgin Snow: Remember that it is easy to find footprints in virgin snow
- - Golden Goose: Look after them and they will look after you.
- - Talk Bollocks: If talking sense and providing expertise isn’t working, just talk bollocks.
- - Annie Knows Best: You are, and always will be, your number one fan.
- - Name Dropping: I only said to Matt Cutts last week that I was thinking about preparing my list of top 10 SEO Tips for 2013
- - SEO Waffling: A lower grade of bollocks but produced on a more regular basis.
- - Sexy SEO: Does there have to be a reason?
- - The Good Shepherd: Lead your sheep wisely, care for them, nurture them and when the time is right fleece them.
- - A picture is worth a thousand words:
Top 10 SEO Tips
1. Page titles should be as descriptive as possible about the content of the page and include main keyword target of the page.
2. Headers should include target keyword of the page.
3. Content should be carefully considered and include the keyword and derivative keywords evenly throughout the page.
4. Site navigation should be clear, precise, descriptive and use the correct anchor text whenever possible.
5. Alt attibutes (using keywords) should be used whenever images are displayed.
6. Content should be appealing, informative and encourage visitor engagement.
7. Locations should be frequently displayed for any location based service.
8. Always remember, a page is a page, each page of a website should be individually optimised.
9. Coding should be error free and kept to a minimum.
10. Make the file name of the page descriptive by using the target keywords.
These are the top 10 SEO Tips to help you rank higher in Google.
These are just the basic onpage SEO Tips you should follow when constructing each main page of a website, the pages should be treated individually and then linked together using a search engine friendly navigation system.
Once your pages are constructed in a search engine friendly way, are linked together using a search engine friendly navigation system and the site is ready to go the real SEO starts.