3 Top Search Engine Optimisation Techniques

May 24, 2019 | By bigapple | Filed in: Content.

Throwing a party after a long week of work and stress brings people together. By the end of the night, the potential buyer whom you have invited to the party might be ready to sign a deal on a good property you recommend!

You have to get your site noticed by your customers and that involves search engine optimisation (Seo), a mysterious process that gets your site near the top of the list. Just go on the internet and type the word ‘television’ in. At the last count you will get 113 million hits and it is highly unlikely that you will ever read any of them that do not appear on page one or two.

A blog with an Seo objective still needs to contain useful information. And as its page rank and ‘trust’ grow, so will the number of people who find it. The owner will then have to give more consideration to the interests of his/her followers, rather than content that merely convey ‘link juice’ to his/her main site.

Article marketing. I would suggest that you start your content marketing campaign by writing and distributing articles to directories. This is one of the fastest ways to share information online. All you need to do is write your articles based on the requirements of directories and get them published. The goal here is not only to educate your readers but also to build links through your resource box. These links will help in improving your page ranking and will act as gateways to your website.

In fact, social media can keep you so busy that it’s easy to forget that the whole point is not to make more friends, but to make friends with purchasing power (i.e., friends with benefits).

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Your website isn’t non-perishable. If you don’t update it regularly, you could lose out. For search engines, static equals stagnant. Search engines don’t want stagnancy. If there hasn’t been an update in a while and Seo has been ignored, it becomes clear to search engines that the content is old and outdated and if someone else is fresher and more current, you could lose your footing and you could even be de-indexed altogether.

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