Is your website showing up in the search engine results?
If not, it could be because you have no SEO.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is a set of criteria that the search engines such as Google®, Bing®, Yahoo®, etc… use to rank your website based on the keyword, or words that you enter into the search box on these search engine websites. Well implemented SEO will help rank your website higher in the search page results. Below is a listing of SEO criteria questions that you can review to analyze your website and decide if it needs better SEO.
- Is the keyword in the title and taking advantage of all 40 characters?
- Is the keyword used in the URL of the web page?
- Is the keyword in the meta description and taking advantage of all 156 characters?
- Does the keyword appear in the first paragraph of the copy?
- Is the keyword used in a H1 tag heading on the web page?
- Is the keyword used in any subheading (such as an H2) in your copy?
- Is the keyword density appropriate to the number of words on the page?
- Does the images on the web page have alt tags containing your keyword / phrase?
- Does the page have good sentence structure?
- Is this the only page that uses the focus keyword?
- Are there around 300 words of content on the web page?
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