Last edited on 08/27/2021
You can increase your search engine optimization in little time. In fact, we've made a list of things you can do that will really help you move up in your search results.
To get on the major search engines, such as Google, Bing, and Yandex, you need to have your website or webpages "optimized." There are many free tools that will help you with this. You can also manually submit your sites yourself, which is recommended.
You want the search engine bots to have no problems navigating your site. Use the W3c validation tools, and have a real person check them over too. Have your site's code be as standard as possible, so the bots can find it quickly.
One of the most important factors in determining the success of any website is how much traffic it gets. Backlinks are one of the main factors that contribute to how much traffic a website gets. That's why it's important to get backlinks with websites that are similar in pagerank to yours. If they're similar in pagerank, when a person using a search engine looks for something, your website will come up in the first few results, and they'll be directed to your website because of the backlink.
Don’t just throw up any old page name. Think about what you are writing about and try to give it some “eye appeal.” Describe the content in a way that makes your readers want to click on the filename to read what you have to say.
Meta tags are not as important as they used to be, but it’s still a good idea to use them. Make sure your meta tags are written so they make sense and contain relevant keywords. Use descriptive words and short phrases that make sense and are meaningful. You can use up to 100 characters, so use some that are meaningful.
Check your HTML source code. Your images should always have descriptive ALT tags. Descriptive ALT tags will help search engines see your pictures and understand what they are. Keyword-rich ALT tags will help them find your site more easily when someone is searching for something.
Rewrite your anchor tags. Good anchor tags (the text between the and tags) reinforce the message and keywords of your site. Make sure they are relevant to the content, contain relevant keywords, and are easily readable by humans and search engines. Don't use the same anchor text on every link on your website. Make sure each link is relevant to the content, contains relevant keywords, and is easily readable by humans and search engines. And don't forget to use different anchors for different types of links such as "click here to read our latest newsletter" versus "click here to buy our widgets" versus "click here to visit our gallery page.
If you want to get other sites to link to yours, one of the best ways to do it is by writing highly relevant content for those sites. That way they will link to you, and you can in turn gain high trust and quality backlinks.
To ensure the search engines can find your website, you should create a valid sitemap. A sitemap is a file that tells the search engine what each page on your website is all about. By creating a sitemap, you enable the search engines to find and index your website content.
You can use the free sitemap generator from Small SEO Tools here.
Making sure you are checking all of these items regularly will help ensure your success.