Best Practices for SEO
When most people think about structuring a website for search engine optimization, they immediately think of developers. You don’t have to be a developer to master SEO. It doesn’t take much technical skill; you just need to understand the basic elements of SEO and how to incorporate them into your posts. In other words, while developers are essential when it comes to troubleshooting, site performance and much, much more, structuring your blog for SEO is one thing you can get started on right away.
Even if you do eventually decide to put some of these tasks in your developers’ hands, you need to know how to direct them on SEO best practices when structuring a blog. Fortunately, it’s easy to implement once you know how it all works.
Even the best blogs can go unnoticed if they don’t have proper SEO in place to help them rank on a search engine results page (SERP). You want your website to show up so that people will find the site while searching, click on the URL and hopefully continue to return. SEO helps people find your blog in the first place, so once you have great content ready to go, your next step is structuring it with SEO in mind.
Million Dollar Websites: Build a Better Website Using Best Practices of the Web Elite in E-Business, Design, SEO, Usability, Social, Mobile and Conversion
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