Search engine optimization techniques for blogging

The fact is, when used correctly in your website content, keywords have exponential power. They are the most magnetic force to attract the search engines. Most of Google’s $25 billion in annual revenue comes from keywords. These simple little magnifying words are the lifeblood of any SEO rated website.

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The way you word your article and how your conversation flows with injections of “magnetic keyword juice” determines your ranking on Google.

Here’s something to think about and not forget as you create your powerful article.

Think of the offline world, words are magnetic too. Words do incredible things to all of us. They are the most influential form of conversion that man has ever known.

We’re like search engine snipers looking for those nuggets of wisdom. We look for words that satisfy our wants and needs in a free-flowing, appealing way.

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The search engines do the same in the online world. When a potential client types “Billings Family Lawyer” into the search bar, the search engines look for those exact words and show visitors pages of lawyers with those keywords in their content. The top ranked pages correspond to Google criteria and are the ones that satisfy the snipers the most.

Now wear the icing on the cake with me as you create your content for your website. It doesn’t matter if you’re a dentist in Alabama, a nurse in Hawaii, a mechanic in Arkansas, or a plumber in Timbuctoo, the power of magnetic keywords for SEO remains the same.

Google and search engine snipers are clever. They will track down your site and determine if your content is worthy of their searchers. They are looking for free-flowing, informative websites with images and videos.

Below are a few things to keep in mind:

• No duplicate content, do not copy from another online source.

• Exaggerated with the same keywords. (1 to 2% of keywords per 500 words is sufficient)

• Avoid bad content, make it a good article for your readers to get quality information.

• Use synonyms instead of keywords, e.g. e.g.: for the word lawyer, advocate or professional legal adviser.

• Keep your anchor text varied, eg. B. Link to quality external sources and link within your site to other pages with valuable content for your reader.

A good example of a site with expert internal linking is Wikipedia. This is one of the reasons why they are very popular on Google and one of their top rated websites.

Google wants your readers to have a great informative experience when they visit your site. They want to rank you high because the visitor likes your offer and keeps coming back to it.

Just like you and I, Google and all other search engines are in the business of satisfying returning customers. They give you all the tools and want you to understand and implement the concept of proper SEO and keyword appeal.

Source by Annette C O’Leary-Coggins

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