Posts Tagged ‘search engines’
Using Google’s Related Searches as a Keyword Tool
This article was originally published on August 10, 2012. Keyword research is the foundation of our SEO services. If you don’t know what people should be typing to find your site, then you won’t know what keywords should go into your content. One option is to purchase a monthly or yearly membership to WordTracker. It’s…Read More
See Your Google Keyword Ranking with Google Console
To set your site up in Google Webmaster Tools, you’ll need to sign up for a Google account. Google requires you to set up a Gmail email account now. If you don’t want a Gmail account, you can check out Melanie Pinola’s article on how to do this. Once you have a Google account,…Read More
Who Links to You?
If you didn’t know, getting relevant backlinks (a link from someone else’s website that goes to your website) are key to getting great search engine results. Want to know how links to you? Go to Alexa.com to find out. Alexa is one of the foremost authorities on measuring internet traffic. They rank websites according to how…Read More
Benefiting with a FAQ Page
If you’ve been in business for a while, I’m sure you could think of some questions your prospects ask you. Your business could benefit with a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page in the following ways: [custom_list type=”check”] Sell – Your website visitors may not be sold yet and may have some objections. A FAQ page…Read More
Who links to your competitors?
One way to get links is to find out who is linking to your competitors. Recently, I just stumbled upon two backlink checkers, Backlink Watch and Link Diganosis. Backlink Watch doesn’t require you install anything, but it is loaded with advertisements. Nevertheless, it does the job and will give you the website that is linking…Read More
Check your website keyword density
A great SEO tool to use is the Keyword Density Analyzer Tool. It checks for the most prominent keywords in your website pages. It’ll show you results for single keywords, two keyword phrases, three keyword phrases, and four keyword phrases. If the keywords you want to be ranked for aren’t showing up in this data,…Read More
What’s in Your Title Tags?
Title tags are what you see in the blue bar on top of your browser. Search engines pay heavy attention to what’s in this blue bar. You should put your relevant keywords in this section. If you do put keywords in the title bar, make sure that the keywords pertain to what’s on the page.Read More
What You Should Do When Building Your Website Part 2
I’m back again with more information. You probably didn’t think there was so many elements to having a website developed. Well, here’s the beef! Design search engine friendly pages – What do I mean by search engine friendly? I mean going with a tableless layout with a heavy reliance on Cascading Style Sheets(CSS). The beauty…Read More