I am new to this field. I want to take my website to a really high rank in search engine. How can I do it using SEO?
Two type of website optimization.On page optimization and off side optimization. Do on page optimization first while step by step the off side one…Do it regularly. the main KEY to get high rank in search engine is backlinks…Remember QUALITY backlinks not only just ‘backlinks’.
Then the place to start is Google’s “Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide”. That will guide you through all the basics, and you can be confident that the advice given is sound and will not result in problems at a later date.
As the OP has explained they are new to this field, that kind of reply is not helpful. You need to explain what you mean by those terms and how to carry out associated tasks. (The Google guide I linked to does this very well.)
That may have been the case some years ago, but it is no longer true. The main key to getting high ranking is having good-quality, unique content on your site.
i am Working last two month on my website for getting Batter Google rank and
the technique that i have use in my website are helped me to get batter alexa and Google rank.
even i goth some of my keyword in google search.
i use onpage and off page both technique.
you should try.
Once again, this is not a helpful comment to make to a beginner. You need to provide more information to explain what you mean by these terms and how to carry them out.
First you should improve your website’s on page like:
Meta Tags (title tag, keyword tag, description tag).
H1, H2, H3 Tags
website loading time optimization
proper design and development
sitemap and robot.txt file creation
After improve you on page optimization you should need off page optimization like:
create quality back links
social media post sharing
To all posters:
Please remember that @Vijaykumar_Sgnr has said they are new to SEO, and ensure your replies give full information that a beginner can follow. Replies with insufficient detail may be removed as fluff.
The on page seo is a technique you should do in you source code like Rewrite Title, meta keyword, meta description, and Quality Content writing for your website.
and in the other hand
Off page Seo :-
web 2.0 submission
social media Promotion
No reputable search engine uses the meta keywords tag these days, so you’re just wasting your time if you include that.
If this is intended as a list of ways to create quality links, then I’m afraid you’re mistaken. Links like these, which you can place yourself, are regarded as all but worthless by search engines. Done to excess, they can be regarded as link schemes and result in your site being penalised. Moreover, any quality site will follow Google’s guidelines and mark user-submitted links as nofollow, thus rendering them useless as backlinks.
It is disturbing how many people who consider themselves SEO experts are using outdated or dubious techniques to promote websites…
I have just stumbled over your question about SEO. You may have already received a satisfactory answer. SEO is not an easy subject and mostly it involves knowlege of html.
SEO is about a human friendly and machine readable site/page. It is easier said than done as it involves a lot of thinking and working.
- Content is king - yeah everyone says so, but the content of each page should make sense to the visitor and give valuable information.
- your site should have a clear and clean structure - information architecture (almost self explaining term)
which recflects itself in a clear and clean navigation.
- Usability - maybe the most important part though the least talked about in SEO. A very good book about it is written by Steve Krug, “Don’t make me think! A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability”. Do not be mistaken by its look and easiness of reading. The book by Jakob Nielsen and Hoa Loranger " Web Usability" is on a different level - it deconstructs different websites in respect of usability and in this way it is more academic and less pracitcal in comparison to Steve Krug. There you get lots of different ideas and hints in a straightforward and practical manner.
- Search Engines, especially Google, have one goal according to their marketing : to give their customers - the ones who search - the most relevant information according to the search querie.
To do this the machine has to be able to “read” your site/pages and “understand” them.
Since a machine cannot think, all parts of your source code must have a clear meaning and should / must be in a semantic connection with its content.
I will start at the top with a practical example from a search result for the search querie: SEO
Seo – Wikipedia
SEO bezeichnet: Schiffseinsatzoffizier, Dienststellung von Navigationsoffizieren der Deutschen Marine; Search Engine Optimization, englisch für …:
This information comes from the source code. is usualy not to read on the webpage but it is there and is one of the crucial parts for a good ranking; the minimum page start in regard to the example:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="de"> <head itemscope itemtype="url zu schema.org/webpage"> <meta charset="utf-8"/> <title itemprop='name'>Seo – Wikipedia</title> <meta name="description" content="SEO bezeichnet: Schiffseinsatzoffizier, Dienststellung von Navigationsoffizieren der Deutschen Marine; Search Engine Optimization, " /> ``` . The example is enhanced with structured data markup from schema.org e.g. plain html: <head> <meta charset="utf-8"/> <title>Seo – Wikipedia</title> Enhanced structured markup gives the advantage of better usabilty on devices for different (dis)abilities and for machines a better understanding of your content. Machines can only understand valid markup. If the markup does not make semantic sense the machine won´t give back qualified results. It means that the headline tags H1, H2, H3 etc. should be used like headlines in an offline publication. H1 is the top headline and should be used as that and not for headline which is a subpoint of the article. H1 to H6 should be used consecutively and wisely. Almost all HTML 5 tags have a semantic meaning, some tags from former HTML are depreciated for semantic reasons, where never appriciated for that, but are still valid for design reasons, eg. "b" <b>sampletext</b>, though the recommandations is that styling should be done with CSS and not HTML. Carefull reading of the recommandation is always a good idea. HTML markup should be used according to official recommendations, for example at W3C.org - pretty technical and not easy to understand. But a good source is found under w3schools.com - very practically oriented. 5. Google as well as other search engines like sites which are taken care of and show "that they are living" 6. Those machines like old and constantly used domains. Brand new domains get filed in a sandbox and watched for changes on the site and what kind of traffic is coming, staying and going. They do not like getting cheated with bad marketing manners or hacks. The best SEO is to provide your prospects with valuable content, transparent structure and navigaton. The source code (tags) should reflect the meaning of your content and should be enhanced with structured data (schema.org). Last but not least SEO requires patience - it can take 3 month until your efforts will show up in search result pages. For today my last advice - register for google webmaster tools and analytics, it is almost for free (your cash or credit card is not involved) implement it and start to dive in the depth of google pages for webmasters and developers. I think you can be sure that on this level they do not sell you phony stuff - nothing else as just straightforward relevant information. I wish you best of luck norbert
I would like to see an authoritative (e.g. Google or Bing) source for that. It is frequently stated as fact, but there is no reference to it anywhere in Google’s documentation, nor is it my experience (admittedly fairly limited). Also, search engines have no way of knowing what traffic is going to a site, beyond what comes via them.
ok, I am sorry that I was not clear enough, I am already happy that you did not disqualify my writing as such. I will not argue about the sandbox, it might be a myth.
What I meant by kind of traffic is more precisely from what kind of pages links are coming and linking to. How long are visitors on the site, if the jump off / get back to the result page and click on another link because the conent was not appropiate to the search result. Though I admit that this is in context with the title and description tags as well as other information which is shown at the result page when structured data are implemented.
you have to obtimize each page with a specific keyword
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