Keywords, Keywords, Keywords

Now, ladies and gentlemen, we have gotten to the first step for achieving good SEO-related quality content – keywords. Why are keywords important? Using keywords is a simple and easy tactic that is 100%, web search engine friendly that will never cause you any issues.

Optimizing For User Satisfaction –¬†When it comes to writing SEO-friendly content, it is important to note that making it clean and user-friendly should be at the top of your ‘To Do’ list.

A search engine is going to send people who search for information on a topic to the highest quality; relevant pages in their databases, often before finding an exact match to their results. Search engines are constantly evolving to understand the context and intent of user behavior. They would rather send someone to a trusted page, instead of a page that matches the keywords users put into the search box.

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Is It A long or Short Click?

When it comes to rating user satisfaction, search engines could be tracking user satisfaction by proxy. When someone searches for something in a search engine, user behavior from that point on can be a proxy of the relevance and relative quality of the actual SERP.

Long Click

A long click is when a user clicks on a result and spends a lot of time on that result, and then terminates the search.

Short Click

Short Clicks happen when a user clicks on a result, and bounces back to the SERP and then clicks on other results until reaching a long click.

Optimizing Supplementary Content On Your Page

Once you have your site content, you should think about supplement content and secondary links that help users find more information about the topic of your site.

You can link your content to your site, but if you want to be useful on your topic linking out to other websites with helpful information about your content, will help site users.

Making A Title Page Tag

The HTML title element – or page title tag – is one of the most important on-page ranking factors. Using a keyword here can help your site rank higher in search engine result pages (SERP’s). When you write a page title, you are telling all search engines that your site is a quality site. They should be as simple as you can make them, with only one keyword and maybe a related term if possible.

Click “https://moz.com/learn/seo/title-tag” here for more information about title tags!

Meta Keywords Tag

A meta-keyword tag goes in the head section of your web page. Are they important? Certain search engines don’t look at meta keyword tags, so, therefore, they have no effect on your ranking. In other terms, they aren’t very important, and you don’t need to use them if you don’t want to.

Though if you don’t want to ignore them, “http://www.seologic.com/faq/meta-keywords” here is some more information on them!

Meta Description Tag

Unlike meta keyword tags, meta description tags are important, both from a human and search engines perspective.

You don’t need to feel pressured to put a keyword in it, just make it relevant to a searcher and write it for humans. A meta description tag is a brief snippet that accurately describes what our website is all about, that search engines put on the bottom of your link on search results.

These are super important, they are the first thing a user will see on a search engine. Don’t skip over them! Click “https://moz.com/learn/seo/meta-description” here to read more on meta description tags!

H1-H6: Page Headings

H1-H6: Page Headings

While there isn’t any proof that you need to use heading tags to improve your search rankings, but they are a traditional way to clean up your page and make people – and search engines – know that this site was created by a human. Most people want to use one H1 heading tag for their keyword targeted pages.

Alt Tags

ALT tags can be very rewarding when you get it right. When you move your cursor over an image on a site, a box with text appears, that is an ALT tag. You should always put the main keyword in an ALT once. Don’t over-do it with keywords, and remember always write for humans.
Click”http://webdesign.about.com/od/beginningtutorials/a/aa122004.htm”, to read more about ALT tags!

SEO-Friendly URLS

SEO-friendly URLS are clean, easy to read and simple. You don’t need a clean URL to get a good ranking, but they are recommended because they can clean your URL up.

Click “http://www.webdevelopersnotes.com/urls”, to read more about URLS!

Click “http://www.avangate.com/avangate-resources/article/url-rewriting.htm”, to learn more about creating an SEO-friendly URL!