Here is an easy to implement step-by-step SEO success recipe that will make your website SEO-friendly and will give a serious boost to its ranking.
10 Sure Ways for SEO Success
1. Give every single page on your website a title. Do not put the same title everywhere. Use a relevant title that pertains to the content of the specific page.
2. Make sure your page title has the key words that you want your customers to find you by when going to Google search and typing what they are looking for.
3. Give every single page on your website a description. Do not put the same description everywhere. Use a relevant and unique description that summarizes what te content on your page is about.
4. Make sure your page description has the key words you want your customers to find you by when doing to Google search and typing what they are looking for.
A customer once told me, “I don’t really need SEO for my website. If anyone wants to find us, they can type our company name and we will be the first name to pop up on Google search results.”
I replied with the following: “SEO is a marketing strategy, like all your other marketing strategies, whose goal is to bring new leads and new business. If your other marketing channels are bringing so much business that you cannot handle it, by all means, don’t waste your time; don’t invest in website search engine optimization. But if you think that there is no such thing as “enough, no more customers”, then optimizing your website for online search is a must.
The Lowdown on SEO and Website Optimization
At the heart of every SEO strategy is a group of components that are very important for the successful ranking of your website.
How Content Management Systems Help you Run Better Websites with Less Resources and in Less Time
CMS is one of those terms that sound so high-tech and complicated that the majority of people out there don’t even want to hear about it, because they think they will never understand what it is anyway.
In reality, CMS is a very easy to use out-of-the-box website solution that saves you an incredible amount of time in managing your website, and lets you update your web pages online without the need to learn HTML or invest into external software like Front Page or Dreamweaver. It really simplifies website editing and maintenance, and usually has a pretty low learning curve.
CMS stands for content management system. It is pretty much a collection of files, organized neatly in folders like the ones you have on your computer. Unlike the ordinary website files that end with .html (example: aboutus.html or services.html), the majority of these files end with .php, .asp, etc., which indicates they were written in a special programming language.
Before I continue, I want stop right here and clarify that you absolutely don’t need to panic when you hear the phrase “programming language”, because in working with a CMS, you will probably never need to see the inside of those files or deal with the programming language itself.