To successfully stay at the top of search pages, you'll need both SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and SEM (Search Engine Marketing) working together. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) covers the paid listings that appear at the top of most searches. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) works at getting your website to show up in unpaid search results (organic
Inspired by this article from Jonathan Long, here's my Top Five 'Make Sures" for Better SEO. 1. Make sure your website has the "S" HTTPS is no longer just an option. Most Internet users (and search engines) expect your website to be safe and secure. Google favors websites that utilize https. 2. Make sure you
This is how a Google search works... https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=BNHR6IQJGZs
Yes! If you have a website or blog hosted by WordPress.com you can still use Google's Webmaster Tools. From your WordPress.com dashboard select TOOLS, then AVAILABLE TOOLS, then WEBSITE VERIFICATION SERVICES. Screenshot of Website Verification Services STEPS 1.Log in to https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/ with your Google account. 2.Enter your blog address (without http:// or https://
Wondering how to create a webpage that's bound to be found by Google? For a start checkout these seven steps and this info-graphic from Entrepreneur.com. Make sure your site... has no impediments to searchers is built for sharing (on Facebook, Twitter...) has valuable content has a great layout (easy to find what you want) uses
"10 Tips For Unbeatable WordPress SEO In 2014" by Wajdan Gul Really interesting and definitely worth reading the entire article. 1. Speed/Load-time optimization 2. Configure critical WordPress SEO plug-ins 3. Configure critical social plug-ins for WordPress 4. Write unique and in-depth content 5. Rich snippets. Please! 6. Authorship with Google+ is the future 7. Commenting
There are no tricks, no plugins and no shortcuts to getting Google to rank your pages. It's all content. The Periodic Table Of SEO Success Factors... from Search Engine Land Search engines reward pages with the right combination of ranking factors, or “signals.” SEO is about ensuring your content generates the right type of signals.