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Use a powerful title but don't create clickbait

Assessing which keywords to go after first is a crucial second step in your keyword research. This is difficult: not everyone is good at estimating which keywords their site will be able to rank for. Is the page load time excessive? Too long a load time may slow down crawling and indexing of the site. If you want to promote your website by purchasing sponsored links, always use the rel nofollow attribute. There’s no other way. If Google finds that you’ve paid webmasters to build backlinks, you will end up with a hard to remove penalty. Top-ranking webpages in Google have shorter URLs.

Powerful Title — But Avoid Clickbait

Make sure you have clean, short, descriptive URLs. Descriptive means keyword-rich but not keyword-stuffed. Titles display what your page is about to both visitors and search engine crawlers, while meta descriptions summarize the content of your page. Your title tags and meta descriptions must include the keywords you are trying to rank for. Machines are writing stories and that is often something Google is not a fan of. Crafting quality titles for product pages, articles, blog posts, lists and all other written content is what gets that content noticed by search engines. It might not make sense at first, but long and ugly titles containing lots of descriptive information are actually the best types of titles around.

Be persistent

Like most SEO professionals, nothing wrecks my digestive system more than an organic traffic drop with no apparent reason. Apart from knowing which search terms people use, you need to know whether or not your idea for your post or page fits the desires and expectations of the people who use the search terms. The best way to find out whether or not your content fits these desires is to Google your proposed (sets of) keywords yourself. Google doesn’t only consider on-page SEO score when ranking an article. It also takes into account many other factors like social media signals (shares, likes, tweets, follows, etc.), backlinks, domain authority, and many other off-page metrics. Google Search Console Help Center has a set of instructions that you can follow on how to build and submit a sitemap. If you have a WordPress site, though, you can sit back and relax as a sitemap is already automatically generated and submitted to search engines for you.

Incorporate relevant keywords

The only thing you can do off site to incraese your rankings is build up more links. More links will generally lead to better Google PageRank and better search engine rankings. The world of search is a big one; even if you serve a niche industry, there are hundreds -- or even thousands -- of keywords and topics to choose from, and your choices could make or break your strategy.

Content is written in a manner that helps Google and other search engines find and identify it as being relevant to certain keywords and phrases that people enter into the search engine query box. Gaz Hall, an SEO Expert from the UK, said: "By providing clear, deep, easy to find content on your website, Google is more likely to index and show your content in search results. Websites that are thin on content, showing mostly ads or affiliate links, or that otherwise redirect visitors away to other sites quickly tend not to rank well."

Make your site fast

As it may seem obvious by now, there is more to writing SEO-friendly content than ensuring you get a healthy ratio of keywords

Professional search marketers don’t sub­mit the URL to the major search engines, but it’s possible to do so. Many moons have passed since search engines interpreted information solely on simple information like keyword density, but keyword stuffing is still prevalent on many sites. Testing and tracking how a site is doing is a must.

It allows you to evaluate a site, see its strengths and analyse previously unforeseen opportunities.