With your audience in mind and your sitemap of categorized content, you can begin to create a list of keywords surrounding each information group or website category that you can then plug into Google’s Keyword Planning Tool. If you’re unfamiliar with this tool, I suggest hiring a reputable search engine optimization expert to do the research for you. The keyword research is essential to understanding what are the most searched terms surrounding the content you have on your website and in-turn how to utilize these words to describe this content. Most often we create what’s known as an SEO-Tree that, not unlike your site map, takes each main page category and subcategory and maps it out against the title tag, meta description and on-page description using the audience understanding and keyword research as the guide. … [Read more...] about 10 Steps to Effective Website Content and Copy
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Here is another SEO Snippets video, this one on the basic topic of submitting more than 50,000 URLs via your sitemap file to Google. In short, John Mueller of Google said you can submit multiple sitemap files if you need to submit more URLs and even if you have fewer than 50,000 URLs, you can still split up your Sitemap files into multiple versions because it is useful for debugging and other reasons. … [Read more...] about Google SEO Snippets Video: Multiple Sitemap Files
What is the Importance of Sitemap in SEO or website? As I already told you that search engine crawlers like google crawlers easily get’s data information and give you good rank and traffic after crawling. Our all page automatically get index in all search engine. Know What is Sitemap for SEO and Why Sitemap is Important for SEO? … [Read more...] about Know What is Sitemap for SEO and Why Sitemap is Important for SEO?
As you can see in the image, adding your XML sitemap can be helpful to check whether all pages in your sitemap really have been indexed by Google. If there is a big difference in the ‘submitted’ and ‘indexed’ number on a particular sitemap, we recommend looking into this further. There could be an error preventing some pages from being indexed or maybe you need more content or links pointing to the content that’s not been indexed yet. … [Read more...] about What is an XML sitemap and why should you have one? • Yoast
Include in your sitemap the pages (and that includes posts as well), that are important for your website. These are the pages that have high quality content and are more likely to bring organic traffic to your website.Exclude pages that have duplicate content. For WordPress websites good candidates are archive pages, tag pages and author pages.Exclude pages with ‘thin content’. When it comes to optimizing a website for search engines, you don’t want to submit in their index pages that are of low quality. It’s not a numbers game, meaning that it’s not a matter of how many pages you have in the index but how many ‘good’ pages are in the index.A good way to separate your ‘good pages’ from the ones that you don’t want to include in your sitemap is to either ‘no-index’ the pages or add them to a category and exclude the particular category (and pages) from the sitemap file. … [Read more...] about How to Optimize your XML Sitemap for Maximum SEO