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Useful, high quality, relevant content

Numerous studies have documented that page one rankings are often in the 2,000+ word length and higher. The pages have to create unique enough value that they can be distinguished from other similar pages by the search engines. Lacking that intrinsic value, they will have to be distinguished by inbound linkage. Links are still incredibly important, even in this day and age. Anyone is looking for high-value links from relevant sites in their industry. In order to please both the search engines (who will reward you with high rankings over time) and potential customers and return visitors, you need to offer value above and beyond search engine optimization.

Does your site sabotage your content?

Links from and to an article help boost its ranking. When you submit, check the ways you can enrich your article; linking to different websites and databases is always a good idea. Optimizing images to rank well in search is a must for an increasingly visual web: a good logo or some eye-catching graphics can be as effective at attracting visitors to your website as your written content. Search Engine Optimization should start with creating and uploading content. This can include a lot of things but the most basic piece of content that you will use is articles. Your website must be easy for visitors to use if you want them to stick around at all. That doesn’t mean there can’t be compelling and maybe even controversial content, only that it must be easy to find and access for the visitor who wants to see it.

Useful, high quality, relevant content

In theory, it is important for domain popularity that as many backlinks as possible link to a website. However, in the past, backlink quantity caused webmasters to manipulate link building. So these days, link volume is no longer weighted as heavily as it was when the commercial Internet age first began. Google now categorizes links that are bought from other sites, links from online catalogs and mass-created links from blogs as spam. The length of your posts is also an important consideration. Back in the days of spammy-SEO, almost every post was 500 words long. Today, you’ll have the most success by writing posts that are longer and more in-depth. Imagine that your reader is going to sit down with a cup of tea and really dive deep into the subject – that’s the kind of experience that you should be delivering! There are far more unique search queries than generic ones. If you added up the search engine traffic of the most popular keywords, the number would not even come close to the amount of unique, niche keywords. This concept is known as “long-tail theory”. Building up a bank of keywords that you can pepper across your site will ensure your site will rank highly in search engines, generating you clicks and boosting your income.

Boost Dwell Time

Figuring out which keywords you should focus on to get the most traffic to your site can be rather daunting. For many people, it’s hard to assess their chances to rank in the search engines. Dramatic growth in the interaction between offline and online marketing necessitates investment by organizations of all kinds in a successful search strategy. If you want to grow your audience, it could be a great strategy to focus on a different language. Creating content in a foreign language can be quite a challenge though. According to Gaz Hall, a UK SEO Consultant : "SEO is important whether you’re a seasoned ecommerce veteran or just starting to sell online. Optimizing your site will be a continuous process, as search engines are constantly surveying the internet to index and rank pages."

Don’t Forget About a Sitemap

Technical SEO is an often misunderstood discipline that many find difficult to pin down in exact terms. Backlinks are commonly referred to as one of the top factors Google uses in deciding what sites to show in a search result. First and foremost, the content on your website must be well-written, free of grammatical errors, and 100% unique and original. Content must read smoothly and give visitors the information they are searching for. Google and the other search engines use image-recognition software as part of their search algorithm, so they know if those pictures have been used elsewhere before.