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4 Little Known Ways To Tackle Optimization SEO Concerns

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4 Little Known Ways To Tackle Optimization SEO Concerns

4 Little Known Ways To Tackle Optimization SEO Concerns

If you are in business then your ultimate outcome is the same as everyone else when it comes to turning site visitors into customers. How do you do it? The world of Optimization (SEO) is inundated with tips, advice, and the overwhelming amounts of tricks that it is literally impossible to follow it all. So how do you know what to follow and what to ignore?

There is an art to proper and effective Optimization (SEO) and if you are not familiar with how to alter some things or how to do it on a lower than normal budget then you might find yourself in a bit of an issue. Due to the fact that many people need a little help in this field, here are a few tips of my own. These require little to no technical proficiency and can be completed in a short time frame.

Keyword Research:

This is by far the most important process you can ever implement in regards to your website. What do your customers look for? What are they typing into search engines? Keeping the level of usage at a reasonable amount, Google will kick your posts to the back of the line for overpopulating them with obvious keywords.

Title Tagging:

Now that you have the keywords people search for, use them in the titles of your posts and blogs. Make sure, once again, that they are naturally added to the title. Google can tell the difference and will kick it out if it seems over stuffed.

H1 Headlines:

Not only do you use a keyword in the title, in the body of the post, but the most important section is the H1 headline. This is often described as the lead sentence to the first paragraph.

Google is not King:

Yeah, I said it! While it is very important to know what Google likes and dislikes, it is not good to obsess over it either. It will show in your writing. Make it natural, make it interesting, and reach out to your clients. After all, it is your clients that will come back for more, not Google.

4 Little Known Ways To Tackle Optimization SEO Concerns