optimizing your website for seo

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Think SEO from the First Minute

With over 180 million websites hosted on the World Wide Web, search engine optimization has become quite a goldmine!
Millions of site owners sadly spend thousands of dollars contracting offshore companies to take care of their Google ranked position 10,000,894th home supplies or so website.
Most search engine visitors, aka web surfers who do not even know your website exists, explore only the first fifteen or so of search engine results.
So if your website still ranks position 666 and you were already laughing at the 10,000,894th position, you also need to straighten your ears and hear me out.
Scary? Huh!
What happened that your website came to rank so poorly?
While I may not run a home supplies or so website like the one you run, I probably know a few ignored but essential facts about SEO that you don’t.
Effective search engine optimization is a practice that begins from day ONE.
This means that you cannot expect any good search rankings if you used that JavaScript-based site builder from the hosting company to build your website. If you are contracting offshore web developers to do the work, make sure that they do not do a shoddy piece of dirty work!
Emphasize that the structure of links has to be search engine friendly!
Insist that scripting languages which are naturally unfriendly to search engine spiders have to be used with suspicion.
If your write your own website content, like I am doing here, implement on-page SEO. Make sure that all pages endorse a common strong keyword. And that this keyword is properly backed up by a strong base of related keywords.
If you hire freelance contractors to write your content, like I am usually hired, maintain that they have to follow certain writing styles and conventions that are related to top Google, Yahoo and Bing listings!
By doing this, you will be making sure that your website is naturally optimized for Search Engines. In fact, Search engine spiders like it that way-Natural!
By then, there is only one more thing remaining before your site emerges Google’s favorite…

…frequently coming here and reading my well investigated tales!