The benefits of being SEO friendly

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What makes a website SEO friendly

SEO friendly websites are fast loading, well-organized and easy to navigate. These qualities make SEO visitors more likely to stay on the site and convert into customers instead of quickly closing your page in frustration. This blog post will explore how you can become an SEO specialist’s best friend by creating a website that is already SEO friendly.

When creating a SEO-friendly website you should keep in mind the following tips:

– Keep things simple by using white spaces to break up and organize content on the page and use of headings and subheadings so that visitors can scan for the information they need.

– SEO friendly websites are fast loading, so remove unnecessary plugins and scripts that may be slowing down the website speed.

– Regularly check your page load time using a tool like Pingdom Tools or Google’s Page Speed Insights . This will help you to see if there is any room for improvement in terms of SEO friendliness.

– Remove Flash from your site if possible and instead use HTML, CSS or JavaScript to create a similar effect for SEO visitors.

Yeah, so that’s just 4 things. SEO is both a technical and creative battle of order and design.

SEO strategy

SEO is a long term strategy, but you can actually get SEO-friendly results in the short term if you do some quick fixes to your website. You should also dedicate time and attention towards SEO practices on an ongoing basis.

SEO isn’t something that you can do once and forget about. SEO is a process, not an outcome.  SEO requires you to continually update your strategy. SEO is an ongoing process that does not end on the day of launch, but continues throughout the life cycle of a website or blog post. SEO practices are generally considered white hat because they follow guidelines set by search engines instead of trying to trick them into ranking high for specific keywords and phrases (black hat). SEO is an investment in your business not a cost. SEO can drive more traffic to your site, increase awareness of your brand and ultimately lead to conversions (sales).

SEO takes time and an agile SEO strategy.

Targeting Keywords

Include SEO keywords throughout the webpage content so that search engines know what information they are indexing . These words will help SEO visitors find you in search results. SEO keywords are the words that people look for when they want to find your business online, so use these words frequently throughout all webpages of your website.

SEO Keywords are the words that SEO visitors type into search engines when looking for information. These SEO-friendly keywords need to be placed within certain areas of your website in order to get indexed by Google and other search engines, which will help you rank higher in organic (non paid) results.

Optimizing Images

SEO friendly images should follow SEO rules and guidelines. SEO friendly images should be high quality, relevant to the content of your webpage and be no larger than 2000 pixels wide or tall (depending on the search engine results page).

– Images with alt text are good for SEO visitors as this will describe an image if a user cannot see it.

Make your content engaging

Make sure SEO friendly content is unique and original . It should be engineered towards ranking highly on Google’s SERPs (search engine result pages), so it’s not worth putting SEO keywords if your content is boring.

Make sure you are using SEO friendly URLs . SEO visitors want to see meaningful words in the URL, so don’t use long strings of numbers or special characters.

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