Search Engine Optimization; the joy and nightmare of most bloggers. In this article I will share you the complete knowledge of proven seo techniques for wordpress. Before we move on, I will love to discuss about SEO in particular…. What is SEO? SEO is the acronym of Search Engine Optimization. It is the process and act of tweaking; beautifying; and modifying of your website to be readable by search engine crawlers or bots. A search engine bot is a special program that is written and well structured for the purpose of analyzing webpages; and their informations to know which is relevant and useful. All search engines have their personal bots. These bots are well programmed making them able to access all information on a webpage in a split second and index them if they are relevant; where most webmasters get it all wrong is that they don’t allow access to these bots to crawl their site at all; or either their website is unreadable by the spiders. This in most cases is not … [Read more...] about Proven SEO techniques for WordPress Using Yoast SEO
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Hay Guys! How are you all. This is my 88th Post on this Best SEO Advise Blog. I’m really excited. Those Who are bloggers or webmasters, Knows the value of SEO. And You must very careful when you apply SEO to your website/blog because your one mistake can washout your whole hard work. So Today I’ll share Website SEO Checklist which is basic seo checklist by which you can check your Mistakes in SEO. If you think some methods are fixed in seo then my friend you are wrong. There’s no fix method for SEO, every time new and changed method comes for SEO that you need to apply otherwise your rank will be gone. There was some Popular SEO Method that Don’t Work Today. Guys As you know, SEO is so broad, Many method comes and goes and there are some things which always help you in SEO. What Everyone Called ‘Website SEO Checklist‘. If you do SEO for new website or if you are doing SEO audit of any website then you must know Basic … [Read more...] about Website SEO Checklist – All Blogger Should Follow
I recently read an article by Rand Fishkin of SEOmoz, entitled “Terrible SEO Advice: Focus on Users, Not Engines” that could potentially set SEO back at least at decade, in my opinion. In the article, he apologized to his audience of budding SEOs for having ever told them to do what’s right for their users. In fact, he called putting your users first, “utterly false and tragically misleading.” If you listen to this advice, your SEO will be fatally flawed from the get-go. Here’s why I feel that the advice, thoughts and recommendations in that article could have set SEO back many years. It can all be summed up in a simple piece of SEO logic that goes like this: The goal of SEO is to bring targeted search engine visitors to your website and ideally convert them to take some action. The goal of the searcher is have their problems solved, needs filled, or questions answered. The goal of the search engine is to show the best, most relevant website … [Read more...] about Is Choosing Search Engines Over Users A Fatal Flaw In SEO?
In SEO, the small stuff truly matters, and consistency is especially powerful. At the enterprise level things like page titles, internal links and duplicate content may seem almost trivial compared to the overall complexity of the site. But they are hugely important, and when well-optimized in sum can literally make or break a site’s SEO potential. I have been fairly vocal about the importance of looking beyond the basics of SEO to creating Big Ideas that scale well for both users and search engines. I have spoken and written repeatedly about why SEO at the 101 level (and beyond, actually) needs to be worked into the very fabric of a company. It is not nearly as effective as an outside force, making recommendations and working with teams who then implement (or don’t) the work. Yes, this is a fact of the SEO workflow and our daily reality (and it doesn’t have to be a problem). But marketing generally, and SEO specifically, works so much more effectively when … [Read more...] about Consistency Is King In SEO
Fierce competitors Nike & Adidas make for a compelling study of differing approaches to internationalizing your website… and salutary lessons in what can go wrong for even the biggest brands’ international SEO campaigns. Fundamentally, there are two domain architectures to consider for your international brand: a single top-level domain (TLD) or multiple TLDs (e.g., .com, .co.uk, .fr, .de, etc.). In theory, both are equally valid options and can deliver exactly the same level of SEO benefit. In practice, the two options have wildly different risks and challenges that should be considered when choosing an international structure (and when auditing your international SEO technical platform). Nike has taken the single TLD approach, hosting all of their multinational content on the nike.com domain and generally redirecting the various local TLDs to that domain: (Unfortunately, not all nike.[TLD] variations fit so easily into that pattern. See nike.co.uk, which redirects to … [Read more...] about Adidas, Nike & Auditing hreflangs For Explosive SEO Results