Ok, this could probably be the shortest SEO lesson or course you’ll ever see but if you can just keep to these 7 tips and apply them, you’ll shoot right to the top of the SERPs (search engine result pages). *I promise*
*Drum roll please*
1) URL / Domain – Make sure the keywords you’re targeting are somewhere in your domain or url.
E.g If my site is broadly about fishing, then I want to preferably have the word “fishing” in my domain name like fishingresource or fishingfreaks or whatever. And taking it one step further, if I wanted to target fishing baits for a page on my domain, I would do something like fishingresource.com/fishing-baits.htm … Got it?
2) Title Tag
Be sure to have your target keywords somewhere in your <Title> tag. Especially near the front. It’s a science! *wink*
3) Meta Keywords
Again … be sure to have your keywords in your meta keywords tag. Oh and have related terms there as well.
Tip: Head over to my Gearbox page and look for the link to Quintura. It will help you identify related keywords (technically, it’s called LSI)
4) Meta Description
Write this in a natural language and just like the <Title> tag, have your keywords in there and near the front. Keep it short and succint otherwise there will be keyword dilution.
5) H1 and H2 Tags
Need I say more? This is to help the search engine crawlers confirm what your page is all about. So using “fishing baits” again, you would have something like “fishing baits” as your H1 tag and “types of fishing baits” as your H2 tag. Make sense?
6) Onpage Relevancy
This stems down to your actual content and keyword density. If you want to get your page about fishing baits ranked well, the SE (search engine) would expect to see related terms (refer to tip #3) on the page. Also, be sure to have your keyword/keyphrase repeated a couple of times (but to the stage of keyword spamming) as well.
7) BACKLINKS, BACKLINKS, BACKLINKS
Ok … enough of onsite optimization (tips #1-6).
Now this step is literally the MOST IMPORTANT (say that again pls) of all. You must get lots of backlinks to the page you want to be ranked for. Like anything else, there’s a right and wrong way of doing things.
With backlinks, you want to be sure to have your keywords as your anchor text. Not sure what I’m talking about?
Take a look at this:
<a href=https://fishingresource.com/fishing-baits.htm title=”fishing baits”>Fishing Baits</a>
So basically it’s like this:
<a href=”the page you want to be ranked for” title=”your keywords”>”Your Keywords”</a>
Tip: Btw, make sure the backlinks you get are from pages without the “nofollow”. Google it to find out more.
Phew … Took me about 30 minutes to write all these just for you. But hey, I wanna help you guys out.
P.S Don’t look down on this short little writeup. These tips are easily worth $49++ (thank yourself for checking these out) … Just because you got them free doesn’t mean …
P.P.S Check back shortly for my next post which will give you some good niches that are vastly untapped and can be easily dominated!
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Hope you guys enjoyed this! =)