Take all the data you get

Google’s looking for original text on a subject matter that explores the concept that the page is about, rather than meets keyword relevance standards of yesteryear. One of the recommendations I frequently give as an SEO consultant is to optimize your images. A lot of websites have images that are relatively large, which take a lot of time to load. Resizing your images can speed up the loading time. Is the page load time excessive? Too long a load time may slow down crawling and indexing of the site. Having a few 404 errors will not ruin your rankings completely, but they can lower your user experience, which ultimately can affect your SEO performance.


A Few Reasons Why These Algorithms Sometimes Fail


Use it before it ceases to be an enabler of competitive advantage. Google will bring people to your website, but engagement can help return visitors and for instance sales promotions. One of the most frequently asked questions by fellow SEO consultants probably is: “What online marketing tools do you use?” If you create high-quality pieces of informative content on your website page-to-page, you will rank.


All Attention is Good Attention


The source of a link matters a great deal to how much weight it carries in Google’s algorithm. Natural, relevant links to your site from reputable websites is what takes you to the top of Google. There are many ways to go about getting your site linked. Titles display what your page is about to both visitors and search engine crawlers, while meta descriptions summarize the content of your page. Your title tags and meta descriptions must include the keywords you are trying to rank for. But here’s the thing: it takes time for search engines to discover (and index) new websites.


Pay attention to the content’s structure


When it comes to Search Engine Optimization, the content will play a huge role in your rankings. As they say, “Content is King, Link Building is Queen”. Remember, all the hard work you do in building up your links will be for naught if your content is garbage. Quality will win over quantity every time and your results will not be nearly as fruitful if you’re putting out mediocre content. Who wants to get a 404 page after clicking on a link? Broken links make for bad usability. Not only that, search engines consider a large number of broken links as a signal of an old, neglected site and this can impact your SEO ranking. Gaz Hall, a UK based SEO Specialist, commented: "If you are putting content on your own site, try to keep things fairly uniform. This can help you start building your own following and establish your own voice. Of course, that shouldn’t stop you from doing something that has more of a “shock factor.” Something a little more controversial can draw in big crowds, which translates to a lot of clicks and comments."


Take all the data you get


The truth is that working on the search optimisation for your website is not a guaranteed source of traffic. Earning a link from a high-quality, relevant website will not only help with your SEO but also with referral traffic, which can lead to more sales and brand exposure. A lot of people and businesses will pour money into a professional website only to find out that visitors won’t magically begin appearing on their site. I think that ranking number one these days, is more about market share and visibility than just ranking number one for an industry term.