Before we look into tips on how to increase your website rank on Google’s search engines, There are three key processes Google uses to search your website.
Google’s algorithms for search the exact result which user try to find out is very interesting, and they update their algorithms time to time as if they don’t do so, the number of people using Google will decrease, and it directly affects on Google’s income revenue. Below are the 11 tips/factors from which Google ranks your website.
Tip 1. Google checks your website pages unique content:
The best tip to call people to your website is by consistently providing unique, easy to understand and useful content. After Google’s recent update, regularly posted quality content is the recommended method to call more traffic to your website. So Update Your Content Regularly basis.
Tip 2. Meta Tags:
The tag provides metadata about the HTML document. Meta elements are typically used to specify page description, keywords, author of the document, last modified, and other metadata.
When you create a new article, don’t forget to add Title tag, Meta description and all possible keywords in your header section.
Tip 3. Add relevant anchor links within the text:
Always make the habit to add links to the text and never use “click here” text to add links. Always try to add the title of destination. It will improve the search engine ranking of your webpage.
Tip 4. Use alt tag in your webpage images:
The search engine uses your page’s images alt-tab to locate your webpage so always use alt tag to all your images.
Tip 5. Keyword Density:
Keyword density is the percentage of times a keyword or phrase appears on a web page compared to the total number of words on the page. In the context of search engine optimization keyword density can be used as a factor in determining whether a web page is relevant to a specified keyword or keyword phrase. Although not as important as it once was, keyword density is something Google uses to determine the topic of a webpage.
Tip 6. Try to use fewer Outbound Links & check Broken Links:
Too many Outbound links may hurt page ranking. Too many broken links also decrease the page rank in search engines.
Tip 7. Use bullets or numbered in lists:
Using bullets or numbered lists help break up your content for readers, also it will make them more user-friendly. Google likely agrees and may prefer content with bullets and numbers.
Tip 8. Site Map:
A site map (or sitemap) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users. It can be either a document in any form used as a planning tool for Web design or a Web page that lists the pages on a website, typically organized in hierarchical fashion.
Sitemap helps search engines index your pages easier and more thoroughly, improving visibility.
Tip 9. Use Breadcrumb on pages:
Breadcrumb helps search engine to index web pages also breadcrumb are user-friendly for users to know where they are on site.
Tip 10. Use web 2.0 websites:
Join web 2.0 websites (Squidoo, StumbleUpon, and Delicious) have social networking component integrated with them. Never duplicate articles on your website because search engines filter out duplicate contents.
Tip 11. Make website responsive and mobile friendly:
It’s likely that responsive sites get an edge in searches from a mobile device. In fact, they now add “Mobile-friendly” tags to sites that display well on mobile devices. Google also started penalty ( in terms of ranking ) in Mobile search that isn’t mobile friendly.
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