Use Alt Text to describe the image. You can add keywords but don’t overdo it.Use keywords in image filenames (separated with dashes). Avoid using filenames like image1.jpg or person1.jpg. Instead use meaningful names with dashes. For example woman-working-out.jpgKeep all image files in a dedicated folder in your site i.e. www.mydomain.com/images/Optimize the image size. The smaller the size of the image (in KB) the faster is your web site. You can use this free tool to make your image size smaller without losing the quality.8. Page SpeedGoogle has many times said that page speed is a ranking factor and yet many web masters don’t optimize their web sites for speed. Their aim (Google’s) is to provide the searcher with the most accurate results in the fastest possible way. … [Read more...] about SEO Tips For Beginners – 15 Ways to Google Boost Your Web Site
Every second, 40,000 searches are performed by users in Google. Google’s main goal is to connect those users to the most relevant web page with the best information. As you know, one of the first things a users sees on search engine results pages are title tags. Title tags are the first indication of what’s on a web page. So, your title tag is clearly one of the most important components of a web page. It impacts click-through-rate and rankings. Here’s an infographic I put together that will help you remember the top 10 things you need to do to make sure your title tag is properly optimized for search engines and for people. … [Read more...] about Top 10 Title Tag SEO Tips #Infographic
8. Create Dashboards — And Report In Cash It is hard to convince clients with just flashy pictures and showy graphs or charts. You can talk about visits, clicks and views till you’re blue in the face and not make an impact on hard-nosed business owners. Many of them won’t even understand what you’re saying, and this means you’ll have to work hard to win credibility — and retain your budget. … [Read more...] about 8 E-Commerce SEO Tips Gathered From A Decade Of Consulting
Use QR codes to give desktop site visitors easy app access. The QR needs to trigger app download on the right device once scanned. Remember to compress the link before your generate the QR. Native Apple and Android app page URLs exceed 50 characters, producing high-density QRs that fail to scan when displayed at small sizes. (Notice the Walmart example above.) … [Read more...] about 5 SEO Tips To Get Mobile Apps Ranked In SERPs
Keep in mind, this is a public forum and any crazy, underground tip will likely not be shared here. Nor would those underground tips last too long if they were shared. That being said, here is a compilation of some of those tips in the thread, but I'd recommend you get into the sharing and share your own in the thread. … [Read more...] about What’s Your Best SEO Tip?