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What Are The SEO Steps in 2017? Brief Tips About SEO

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In this year 2017, the SEO techniques and Google Algorithm is updated. These SEO and Google Algorithm have been updating each and every year. Here, I have mentioned some new techniques of SEO which helps you to get the high position as well as more revenue from your website.

Schema

Using a schema markup is becoming increasingly important with changing Google and user trends. Schema makes it easier for search engines to understand your site, thereby helping to ensure that it is displayed correctly. Schema can also be particularly helpful when Google decides to display rich answers, such as Quick Answers or a Rich Card. Google likes to display answers that make it easier for users to find what they are looking for.

Hybridization and breaking down barriers

As users become increasingly sophisticated online and the demands of digital marketing draw professionals closer together, it is clear that the brands maturing in modern marketing break down the silos that separate their digital marketing departments.

Mobile users access their email messages, desktop users redeem social media coupons, and those clicking on your PPC ads expect a consistent user experience with what they had when they landed on your site through organic.

To reach these customers, an estimated 80% of digital marketers worldwide expect to be running hybrid campaigns, and professionals need to be prepared for these changes.

To make sure your team is on board:

  • Host trainings where you help members of different teams get to know each other’s goals and strategies
  • Create collaborative projects where members of different teams come together for joint goals
  • Develop common documents between the different teams that define vocabulary, expectations, and roles so that everyone can communicate effectively

Changes on the SERPs

Google has been experimenting this past year with the SERPs. Specifically, they have been increasing the number of characters allowed in some of the Meta descriptions and titles.

This trend can be a challenge for marketers to take advantage of because they have not been rolled out to all websites, nor has Google announced that they are permanent.

For the sites that do receive the extra real estate, however, there are great opportunities for including more keywords and more compelling descriptions to help attract people to the website.

To take advantage of these developments, you should consider:

  • Continuing to use your main keyword at the beginning of your title and meta description in case you are restricted to the original character limits
  • Using the extra space to expand your description
  • If your meta descriptions are less than 100 characters, increase them to avoid having your description get buried with the new longer limits

SEM alignment and intent signals

Since searches with commercial intent on average display a higher number of ads at the top of the page than other searches, click-through-rates are lower for organic search results as compared to those with fewer top-of-the-page.

Knowing which terms have organic search results above the fold is critical to prioritizing efforts.

For these topics, organic and paid search teams should work together in targeting these terms to boost ROI for both paid and organic efforts.

It’s also important for these teams to understand what content is currently ranking for these buying terms and to align their content strategy and planning to create web pages and assets that map to what searchers are looking for.

Conversely, for discovery topics where search results have fewer ads, organic search teams should take the lead in identifying content needs and developing high-performing online experiences that attract and convert more customers.

Mobile and speed

Since Google first introduced the AMP project at the end of 2015, the importance of speed, particularly on mobile devices, has grown.

Google has always known that slow load times hurt the user experience, which is why a one second delay results in a 7% reduction in conversions. With AMP, Google can amplify the importance of speed.

AMP was initially created for news sites. The format strips away all the extras of a website, helping it load faster. According to Google, using AMP can improve loading speeds by 15 to 85%.

Mobile has also seen a growing emphasis on the importance of micro moments.

The micro moments describe the reflex of people turning to a device to answer an immediate need.

These needs fall under one of the following categories:

  • The I-want-to-know moments
  • The I-want-to-go moments
  • The I-want-to-buy moments
  • The I-want-to-do moments

When brands are able to answer these needs, they are able to provide the optimal mobile experience and improve their reputation.

These AMP pages serve the I-want-to-know moments in particular. Recently, however, AMP has begun spreading beyond this niche industry to the I-want-to-buy moments, with eBay optimizing millions of pages for ecommerce users.

As speed, due to the AMP optimization, begins to dominate more of the mobile digital ecosystem, it will become even more important for brands to shorten their loading times. Even brands that do not use AMP will still be impacted by the increasing expectations of customers for fast sites.

To make sure your brand is ready, consider:

  • Avoiding unnecessary images and scale down the images that are placed
  • Do not use images that are very complicated and would require long load times
  • Keep only the essential cookies
  • Compress your website if possible

SEO in 2017 is likely to be just as surprising and exciting as it has been in the past. Brands need to use their time now, however, to start strengthening their sites for the trends of the future.

Article Courtesy: SearchEngineWatch.Com

9 Simple SEO Tips for Your Website as per Google Crawl Budget

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Google Crawl Budget SEO tips

What is Google Crawl Budget ?

The number of times a search engine spider crawls your website in a given time allotment is what we call your “crawl budget.”

Ensure Your Pages Are Crawlable

Your page is crawlable if search engine spiders can find and follow links within your website, so you’ll have to configure your .htaccess and robots.txt so that they don’t block your site’s critical pages.

Of course, the opposite is true if you do want to prevent a page from showing up in search results. However, it’s not enough to simply set your Robots.txt to “Disallow,” if you want to stop a page from being indexed. According to Google: “Robots.txt Disallow does not guarantee that a page will not appear in results.”

If external information (e.g. incoming links) continue to direct traffic to the page that you’ve disallowed, Google may decide the page is still relevant. In this case, you’ll need to manually block the page from being indexed by using the noindex robots meta tag or the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header.

noindex meta tag: Place the following meta tag in the <head> section of your page to prevent most web crawlers from indexing your page.

X-Robots-Tag: Place the following in your HTTP header response to tell crawlers not to index a page.

Use Rich Media Files Cautiously

There was a time when Googlebot couldn’t crawl content like JavaScript, Flash, and HTML. Those times are mostly past (though Googlebot still struggles with Silverlight and some other files).

However, even if Google can read most of your rich media files, other search engines may not be able to, which means that you should use these files judiciously, and you probably want to avoid them entirely on the pages you want to be ranked.

Avoid Redirect Chains

Each URL you redirect to wastes a little of your crawl budget. When your website has long redirect chains, i.e. a large number of 301 and 302 redirects in a row, spiders such as Googlebot may drop off before they reach your destination page, which means that page won’t be indexed. Best practice with redirects is to have as few as possible on your website, and no more than two in a row.

Fix Your Broken Links ASAP

If what Mueller says is true, this is one of the fundamental differences between SEO and Googlebot optimization, because it would mean that broken links do not play a substantial role in rankings, even though they greatly impede Googlebot’s ability to index and rank your website.

That said, you should take Mueller’s advice with a grain of salt – Google’s algorithm has improved substantially over the years, and anything that affects user experience is likely to impact SERPs.

Set Parameters on Dynamic URLs

Spiders treat dynamic URLs that lead to the same page as separate pages, which means you may be unnecessarily squandering your crawl budget. You can manage your URL parameters by going to your Google Search Console and clicking Crawl > Search Parameters. From here, you can let Googlebot know if your CMS adds parameters to your URLs that doesn’t change a page’s content.

Clean Up Your Sitemap

XML sitemaps help both your users and spider bots alike, by making your content better organized and easier to find. Try to keep your sitemap up-to-date and purge it of any clutter that may harm your site’s usability, including 400-level pages, unnecessary redirects, non-canonical pages, and blocked pages.

The easiest way to clean up your sitemap is to use a tool like Website Auditor (disclaimer: my tool). You can use Website Auditor’s XML sitemap generator to create a clean sitemap that excludes all pages blocked from indexing. Plus, by going to Site Audit, you can easily find and fix all 4xx status pages, 301 and 302 redirects, and non-canonical pages.

Make Use of Feeds

Feeds, such as RSS, XML, and Atom, allow websites to deliver content to users even when they’re not browsing your website. This allows users to subscribe to their favorite sites and receive regular updates whenever new content is published.

While RSS feeds have long been a good way to boost your readership and engagement, they’re also among the most visited sites by Googlebot. When your website receives an update (e.g. new products, blog post, website update, etc.) submit it to Google’s Feed Burner so that you’re sure it’s properly indexed.

Build External Links

Now, in addition to Crowe’s excellent point, we also have evidence from Yauhen Khutarniuk’s experiment that external links closely correlate with the number of spider visits your website receives.

In his experiment, he used our tools to measure all of the internal and external links pointing to every page on 11 different sites. He then analyzed crawl stats on each page and compared the results.

Maintain Internal Link Integrity

While Khutarniuk’s experiment proved that internal link building doesn’t play a substantial role in crawl rate, that doesn’t mean you can disregard it altogether. A well-maintained site structure makes your content easily discoverable by search bots without wasting your crawl budget.

A well-organized internal linking structure may also improve user experience – especially if users can reach any area of your website within three clicks. Making everything more easily accessible in general means visitors will linger longer, which may improve your SERPs.

 

Google Keyword Planner Now showing Data Ranges for Advertisers 

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The Google AdWords community is scratching their heads this morning after trying to use the Google AdWords Keyword Planner and to find that it is only giving back data ranges when there is no campaign set up. 

Previously, you did not need to set up and run a campaign to get pretty accurate search volume metrics. But something changed this morning. Here is a screenshot:

Article Courtesy: SEJ

12 Awesome Tricks to Setup Your Adsense Ads

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After a longtime I have updated some awesome tricks about “how to create your Adsense ads” and earn some money from Google Adsense service.  My main aim is to teach all of you to boost your business online.

Here I have updated some cool tricks to earn more and more money from online. 1st, you need to create a catchy responsive website and make that website SEO friendly. After that you must create a Google account and associate with Google webmaster account and Google Adsense account. Then login in Google Adsense with your associate Google or Gmail account and follow some guidelines which is very important for your website.

Now, some questions arise in your mind that what are the basic guidelines regarding Google Adsense ads and what are steps to create some relevant Adsense ads in your content page. So, click here to know about Adsense and their ads.

If any query regrading this awesome trick feel free to mail me at my respective email, my ID is biki.aranyak@gmail.com or text me though WhatsApp. My WhatsApp number is +919853876945.

Develop your Common-sense, Implement Your Logic

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SEO is the way of generating web traffic. Both on-page and off-page techniques are highly recommended to generate web traffic as well as SERP ranking. If anyone want to make his career in SEO field then that is the greatest decision by him. For this minimum educational requirements is required, that is computer fundamental, familiar in Microsoft office, browsing and some HTML coding languages along with another most important part is that the Common-sense. This common sense is highly required for this advanced SEO industry. If anyone has no Common-sense then he can’t learn SEO.

 

So I request to all who read my blog please develop your common sense and implement new logic. If you ll do these, then you will become a SEO strategist. Read the rest of this entry »

New era of Website Promotion and SEO techniques 2016

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After a long back, I have updated my web page, after analysing and researching so many things about Search engine optimization (SEO). During this long period, I had suffered many obstacles along with professional and personal. Finally, I got a conclusion about website promotion that “Why a website owner require this service?”  The answer is if you have a website and that website doesn’t come in search result then it means you have lost your investment.  So, it’s essential to acquire this type of service.

In this way, I have updated some new SEO techniques to revert back your investment. Read carefully the power of SEO techniques.

ON-Page SEO

This technique is the vital part for a website to get the higher position in popular search engines like Google.com. You must update your targeted keywords or search term in your website title, description, and heading tags.

Off-Page SEO Optimization:

Off-page SEO optimization will help makes your website popular on the internet, so you can get more traffic or visibility. With the on-page SEO techniques, we can only get visibility in search pages. But in off-page SEO techniques will help improve your search engine position in Search engine result page (SERP). Nowadays, you must follow these off-page SEO techniques which I have mentioned below:

  1. Social Media Optimization & Engagement
  2. Social Bookmarking Sites
  3. Forum Submission
  4. Blog Directory Submission
  5. Article Submission
  6. Question and Answer
  7. Video Submission
  8. Image Submission
  9. Info-graphics Submission
  10. Document Sharing

My Conclusion:

Proper On-page SEO techniques and these top ten Off-page SEO optimization techniques will give a better position to your website in Google search results. If you have any queries related about new Website promotion or SEO techniques, please comment here for knowledge sharing.