SEO Guide for Beginners#Amazing Tips, Best Practices.
If you own a blog with a strict budget, the decision to hire an SEO expert to optimize your site would be a crazy move.
You're familiar with many of the essential SEO elements of your web page, such as domain optimization, headline, meta description, keyword research, and placement that I've discussed in my previous posts.
Enliven your website with a touch of SEOIf the website is the body then the contents are its limbs and SEO is the soul. How can you make your site alive without the soul? Body, limbs, soul- all together form a living website.
Why you created a blog and posted content? This is what you want the user to read your content. How will the potential readers know that you have a blog and it has some pages?
How do the search engines work?
The 10 SEO Tips You Need to follow [Best Practices]
- Organize your website hierarchy
- Optimize your images
- Make your site mobile-friendly
- Narrate Google which pages shouldn't be crawled
- Help Google discover your content
- Support Google (and users) perceive your content
- Sustain your presence in Google Search results
- Analyze your search performance and user response
How to help Google, My beloved user?
- Make sure your blog is mobile-friendly
- Submit Site map on Google Search Console
- Enable robot header tags
- Optimize Links, both internal and external
2. Submit Site map.
- Generate HTML sitemap-Create a new standing page under the main menu and paste the code. Alternatively, you can create a site map in the sidebar.
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Watch sitemap in search console video.
3. Enable robot header tags.
- Select all,noodp for Home page tags.
- Select noindex,noodp for Archive, and search page tags.
- Select all,noodp for Post and page tags.
4. Internal and External Linking [Link Optimization]
How do you know if your pages are indexed on Google?
Things to Avoid as per Webmaster Guidelines
- Automatically generated content
- Participating in link schemes
- Creating pages with little or no original content
- Sneaky redirects
- Hidden text or links
- Doorway pages
- Scraped content
- Participating in affiliate programs without adding sufficient value
- Loading pages with irrelevant keywords
- Creating pages with malicious behavior, such as phishing or installing viruses, trojans, or other badware
- Abusing structured data markup
- Sending automated queries to Google.