While there are many factors taken into consideration for search engine optimization, the most important aspect is the textual content displayed throughout your website. Although there are many changes major search engine algorithms go through, well written and descriptive textual content consistently remains on top. After all, the goal of the search engines is to find and display websites that contain the most relative content to the search term users have entered.
All other on-page content optimization methods stem from the textual copy that is portrayed throughout the website. Developing rich content for your website may seem like a cumbersome task, but it all starts with brainstorming and taking the process in steps. After base of content is developed for the website it can be restructured and portrayed in an itemized manner to grab the attention of site visitors and the search engines.
When it comes to developing website content, it should be informative of your services and/or products offered, well written, and grammatically correct. The many other page specific website optimization techniques are all based of off the textual content.
Content optimization methods begin with reviewing the results of our extensive keyword research. With target terms identified, the integrating of such keywords through the refining of existing textual content ensues. Enriching web page textual content is done through a variety of means. There is many back end coding elements involved in the way the visible content is delivered. Ensuring the web page contains valid key terms throughout the text and not to be overly saturated refers to proper keyword density.
Having a keyword oriented main page heading should be displayed through use of the primary H1 tag. The various predefined heading tags used in coding include the H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, and H6 elements. The primary ones for use would be the H1, H2, and also the H3 tag if needed. When appropriate, these tags are used to display the sub-titles highlighting the page structure textual themes. It is generally recommended not to use too many predefined heading tags throughout a given page, as specially not to repeat the same tag elements.
Special text refers to highlighting certain elements within page body content through the use of bold (font weight), italic, underlined, and different text colors. The use of a higher font weight is usually used for sub-titles throughout the page and to highlight other elements as well.
As far as images displayed amidst web content are concerned, it is a standard to use ALT tags for valid markup. ALT tags are referred to as an alternative description based on the nature of the image and reflective of the themed content in which it appears. Since search engines spiders are limited, the ALT tag tells them about the image being displayed.
Another on-page element used in content optimization is known as inline text links. This refers to the addition of hyperlinks into the page body content to direct the site visitors and search engines to targeted content and thus adding more weight to the page being directed to. Hot-linking through use of anchor text is also used to direct to a specific location on the same page, or different internal site page, that has information relative to the hyperlinked text.
As always, all search engine optimization processes used by MustBeOnline.net are all “white hat” SEO methods.
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