We all know how important it is to optimise content for SEO and the web, but should you count Google as a user? Peter Kay - Nomensa's Search & Social Strategist - explores.
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Search Engine Optimisation Practices to Avoid
Making sure your website is optimised to rank highly in search engine listings is a difficult and time consuming task. Some people have found ways to speed up this process, however many of the techniques used are considered unethical and may have a negative impact on a site’s ranking. This article looks at a number of practices you should try to avoid when optimising your website.
Search Engine Optimisation Tips
Optimising your website to improve your site’s relevance in search engine listing is often a slow process. It involves making small but significant changes to your website in order to increase its visibility to search engines. Many of the search engine optimisation tips to improve your website not only increase your chances of being found by search engines but also enhance the user experience of your website.
This article contains a number of search engine optimisation tips to help improve your website’s relevance in search results listings.
Common Search Engine Optimisation Terms
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the quality and quantity of visitors to a website from search engines. Pages which are optimised effectively come higher up in search results listings and are likely to receive more visitors from the search engine. Making sure your pages are optimised successfully involves understanding how leading search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft work and what people are searching for.
This article looks at some of the most common SEO terms and what they mean for your website.
Search Engine Optimisation - Keywords and Content
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a billion dollar industry, and something that website owners and marketers can no longer ignore. Gone are the days when adding a long list of keywords into your metadata and a listing in the Open Directory (DMOZ) would boost your search ranking. Today it takes strategic planning and knowledge to ensure that your company climbs to the top of the SEO ladder.