Five No- Brainer Tips for Improving your Website SEO

The invention of technology can be said to have been marked around 3500 – 5000 BCE when Glass was invented by people for the first time. Over the years though, humans have continued to look for more ways to develop technologies to make their lives easier. From the development of some simple digital IVAS tools – that help people manage their debts better –  to the invention of the more complex concepts, like artificial intelligence, technology has, indeed made its mark on the human race. But of all these developments, none has been more fantastic than the idea of website creation.

A website is a connected group of pages on the world wide web, regarded as a single entity, usually maintained by one person or organization and devoted to a single topic or several closely related topics. But in order for you anyone to hone the benefits of a website optimally, one needs to ensure that all of its ends are properly tightened. This then leads us to the concept of website SEO. It is mandatory that each website has its own SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION to make their site more attractive and appealing to a search engine thereby boosting the development of ones business. There have been several tips by different sources on how to improve a website SEO. I would like to also give a few tips based on my research. They include :

1. Write a Perfect Introduction that is Capable of Hooking The Reader at a Glance

OK, so someone clicked through to your page. Well, that’s good for you, but don’t get over yourself because that’s just half the battle. It is not enough to have a few clicks here and there, especially when you’re trying to boost sales on your website to generate enough revenue to resolve your differences with bailiffs like BPO. Your next job is to keep them there. That’s why your introduction needs to be perfect. In this light, here are three tips for writing your intros:

  • Keep it short;
  • Tell the reader exactly what they will get from reading your post;

Hook them in

Those first two are pretty straightforward, but how do you hook your readers in? 

Basically, you need to get them excited to read on and keep them away from that back button!

One “trick” here is to hint at the takeaways at the start, but hold a little back. This helps to keep visitors engaged and reading to the end.

2. Write AWESOME Titles That Are Irresistible to Searchers

Sitting at position 3 on the search results and you want to grab some extra clicks? Then make your title a magnet for searchers that just begs to be clicked. You might only have 55 characters to play with, but with a bit of thought you can squeeze a lot in there. Make it compelling, grab attention, trigger emotions.

3.Give Priority to Your Content

Why do you think people visit your website? If I may ask. Is it because you announced to the world that you’ve just launched your digital presence? Far from it! It’s for the content, simple. So make sure that within a split second of hitting your page from search, visitors can find what they are looking for. At the bare minimum, your title should be visible without the user having to scroll. You should also minimize the use of anything that takes the focus away from your content, such as:

Too many ads “above the fold”: Let’s be honest, ads are annoying right? Google and other search engines don’t take kindly to things that annoy their users.

Annoying pop-ups: Great for conversions? Sure. BUT too many of them can send a visitor straight for the back button. Make sure any pop-ups are easy to close.

4. Use Short, Descriptive URLs For Your Content

If the goal is to attract more repeat visitors, boost website conversion, and generate enough revenue from your business – through your website – so much so that you no longer need to go searching for free IVA advice to resolve your personal or business loans, then you have no choice than to give optimization a shot. And another great place to look if you want to do that is your website’s URL. If your CMS allows it, use short, descriptive URLs for your content pages.

Here’s why:

They look better;

There might be a slight SEO benefit to using your keywords in your URL;

Naked anchor links (people linking to you with the URL) will include your target keywords.

5. Remove/Disavow ALL Harmful Links (And Avoid Low-Quality Link Building Like The Plague in the Future!)

If you’re serious about your business, don’t waste your time building spammy links.

They simply DON’T WORK. Either way, it’s still worth checking your link profile for any low quality, or suspicious links. These could be a sign of negative SEO. And of course, you may also want to keep track of the good links that are coming your way.

These are but a few of the SEO tips I am knowledgeable about that can help improve a website.

Thus, if any or all of these tips are followed, a persons website would definitely bloom.

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