With SEO, there are important elements you have to consider and optimizing page titles isn’t enough. The website should have site speed, user experience (UX), and great content to boost your SEO. We have come up with a few ways on how to make the most of your website:
Page titles and (sub)Headings
A structured h1 tag will tell Google what your page is about along with subheadings like h2 will help both Google and your visitors to scan a page and grasp the general idea of that page.
An external link tells Google that you are directing them to another domain. If another website links to you, this is considered an external link to your site. Similarly, if you link out to another website, this is also considered an external link.
Writing great content will bring value to your website as readers are more inclined to continue reading your content. And the more engagement you have with your readers the faster Google recognizes this and adds you to the main information on the certain topic.
Easily neglected, but one of the most important factors of having an optimized website is having a well- designed web structure. It should be clear to your readers when they arrive on your website how to navigate around to find their goal.
It is one of the most important for SEO and UX as Google only spends a certain amount of time on your site to crawl it. Your visitors don’t like waiting, so why should Google? No matter how great your content may be, having a slow site speed can potentially harm your business or content.
With the future moving towards to mobile, site speed is still important along with navigation. Readers expect a fast and responsive website that brings them the content that they need. Even buttons on your Mobile website could be a key call to action button that will drive you more traffic and business.
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