Aaron Wall and Danny Brown, who are both regarded as experts in Seo, have both stated, ” There’s really NO difference between being on page 3 or page 3,000 in the search results”.
All the traffic goes to the first 2 pages of the search results and the top 3 on the first page get most of it.
If you’re looking for a simple solution to drive more search engine traffic to your blog, take these 3 simple steps which will help improve your indexing and increase targeted traffic to your site.
- Correct Use of Relevant Keywords
- Optimized Theme Setup
- Links Using Relevant Anchor Text
There’s on Page and off page SEO, keywords and key phrases are relevant to your on page SEO and your blog posts content.
Keywords can be singular and also mutiple word keywords (long tail keywords) or key phrases as some call them.
Use different keyword research tools to find key phrases that are related to your post title, headings and content.
Try and fit them in at the start of your post and also at the conclusion as well as the main content area of your blog posts.
You don’t need to stuff your blog post with keywords, however they should be highly related to your content and occur naturally.
You put a lot into your site – you want to make sure that you’re ranking well in the search engines so readers, customers, and clients can find you. And clean, optimized code is important for achieving the best rankings possible.
State of the art code and smart design architecture make it easy for search engines to see what you’ve got. With automatic updates to your theme framework, you never have to think about it again. Your code will always be up to date and fully optimized.
Themes which use a well optimized framework, can provide better search engine traffic from the get go.
Links and Anchor Text
The search engines will index your blog posts better if you have links from other sites to related content in your posts.
Better still, try to make sure text which is linked to your posts include keywords which are related to that specific page.
This is called anchor text and the search engines will increase the indexing of your sites content higher especially if you have lots of incoming links with related keywords in the anchor text.
You should also use related keywords in your anchor text for internal linking within your blog to other posts and pages that are related. Google webmaster tools offers the following data for free:
Your Site on the Web
- Search Queries
- Links to your site
- Internal Links
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