Search Engine Optimization (SEO) used to be incorporating keywords about your business into your online content as much as possible, now it’s much more. It’s all about the language you use and the quality of content you post. Search engines, like Google, have evolved to understand what users are looking for in their search phrases based on their intended meaning and not necessarily the exact combination of words.
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Plan and write content to naturally build your business up to be an authority. Get your message out on every page of your website, in your blog posts, and on your social media sites. The more content you have that talks about your business, your services, even your events lets search engines find you in a variety of ways, linked by true content, so they’ll rank you higher.
Keep your users on your site, reading your content. You might think that the more links you have to information the better your site will fare. Not so if you are linking to content that is buried in multiple layers of subpages. Short interlinks are user and algorithm friendly. So create content that links to more content that changes regularly to keep you on the radar and further convince search engines that you exist.
Tip: Don’t lose users to external websites. Yes, you may want to acknowledge your association with other organizations but do so in a blog format, chock full of your own interlinks, not by linking users directly to another website. You’ll keep users on your site and not rely on the hope they’ll come back to you once they’ve been led elsewhere.
Interested in talking about how your website can be better? Book a Tangible Words website sales assesment to find out where you can improve your content to boost your search engine (SEO) ranking.
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