There SEO has become an integrated part of any website that aims to become competitive on the search results page. Many have used different tactics, and that is normal because every year something changes in the way SEO should be optimized. But some things should be considered a must checklist for every site to get the best optimization for itself. To be good at setting these things up you first must understand what the SEO is looking for in every site that it analyzes.
What the first thing the SEO looks for:
– The type of the content
This is the most important part, know what you want to show and focus on making that your center of the website optimization.
– How fast is your site performing compared to others
If your site is faster than most of your competitors when it comes to response, then your site will have a higher chance to be on the first results page)
-Keyword search optimization
You must stay ahead of your competition when it comes to optimizing your keyword functionality and composition. The fastest way to do this is to underline the goals of your content and to focus your keywords on matching that goal. Never have too many goals as that will muddy the optimization and will force it to be split into several results.
– Develop new sitemaps
The way this should be done is to create your site in both XML and HTML. If your site has both, you will get indexed easier by Bing and Google, and that will double the traffic on your site which will, in turn, make it more reliable for future search results.
– Have meta tags
The click bait is important for any site today. This is just another small boost that can bring in huge traffic in one year if done right. Make sure your meta tags are regularly updated with descriptions that will fit its goal.
– Have certain words strategically placed in your text
The way this works is if you have a particular text and you want to get it optimized for specific searches, make sure there are enough mentions of specific words that will be recognizable for the search results when looking for your text.
This is usually done in a text that has over 2000 words and then has about 100-200 mentions of a particular word. Just make sure they fit in naturally, and you are good as gold.