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Web Marketing & SEO: Google DOs & Google DON’Ts

Web Marketing & SEO: Google DOs & Google DON’Ts

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Web Marketing & SEO: Google DOs & Google DON’Ts

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83 Seiten
46 Minuten
Freigegeben:
Apr 23, 2013
ISBN:
9791090730335
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

This guide was produced for the intention of introducing readers to the optimum strategies for populating webpages.

For example, the best locations to place primary keywords and why each web page should have it's own unique signature, with respect to search engines, so they can be accurately matched to search inquiries. Also how to do this without upsetting the search engine gods.

The guide describes how to use natural, organic search engine optimization techniques and describes how to find the right keywords, how to build back links and how to optimize web pages so that search engines can spider the information without problems and return the pages in search results; where it matters most.

Topics Covered

* Website copy and content
* Search Engine Accessibility
* Website Load Speeds
* Creating Great Content
* How Much Content is Enough Content
* Formatting and Layout of Content
* Keyword Optimisation
* Finding Keywords for Your Niche (Using the new Google keyword planner)
* Meta Tags – Which Are Important?
* Sub-Domains or Directories
* Page Rank Sculpting
* Link building strategies
* Google Recommendations
* Article Marketing
* Guest Blogging and Posting
* Community Websites
* Reciprocal Linking
* Blog Commenting
* Forum Participation
* Buying Links
* Negative SEO
* Websites for Mobiles
* Website Performance Monitoring
* Social Media Signals
* Finding Good SEO Services

Freigegeben:
Apr 23, 2013
ISBN:
9791090730335
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

Working and living in the South of France as a website designer, blogger and ebook publisher.


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Google DOs & Google DON’Ts

by Brian Stephens

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© Brian Stephens 2013

(ISBN: 979-10-90730-33-5)

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Table of contents

Introduction

Website copy and content

Search Engine Accessibility

Website Load Speeds

Creating Great Content

How Much Content is Enough Content

Formatting and Layout of Content

Keyword Optimisation

Finding Keywords for Your Niche

Meta Tags - Which Are Important?

Sub-Domains or Directories

Page Rank Sculpting

Link building strategies

Google Recommendations

Article Marketing

Guest Blogging and Posting

Community Websites

Reciprocal Linking

Blog Commenting

Forum Participation

Buying Links

Negative SEO

Websites for Mobiles

Website Performance Monitoring

Social Media Signals

Finding Good SEO Services

Reference Information

Introduction

This book is for individuals or businesses just starting out or struggling to be found, indexed and included in search engine results. It doesn’t matter if you have a website or blog, there are quite a few things every webmaster needs to know about web marketing, especially with respect to search engines, before this will happen.

It is a well known fact that no website will experience an upturn in the number of visitors to their site if they are not listed on the first page of search results (or at least the second). So when you consider whether you have been successful in being included in search engine results, remember to seek selection on page 1 or 2 as a minimum requirement, ideally page 1, using, of course, search terms people actually enter in search boxes.

There is also a kind of a war going on between the big search engines and the practitioners of SEO, ‘Search Engine Optimisation’ to give it its full title. Not that all SEO is considered to be a bad thing by the search engines; it is just the SEO that tries to manipulate or influence search results unfairly, using shallow content of no particular value, that is considered bad.

You may hear the differences between the two described as either using white hat techniques (that’s the good SEO) or black hat techniques (that’s the bad).

I have decided to rename these techniques ‘Google DOs or ‘Google DON’Ts, because, like it or lump it, Google is the number one team in the search engines league and, as a consequence, much of your web marketing involving SEO should be focussed on getting recognised, ranked and indexed by Google.

So is it all about search engines? No, not exactly; there are multiple mediums on the internet that attract many visitors, and those visitors are potential customers for any online business. Facebook is an obvious example, as is Google+ and Twitter, the micro-blogging site. All of these fall under the social media umbrella, but Google+ is an anomaly because it is owned and operated by Google (the name gives it away really) and it was set up to compete directly with Facebook.

Without dismissing the importance of social media sites, it is beyond doubt that the primary, and probably most important means of getting your business in front of potential customers on the Internet, is via a search engine’s results’ page.

It is also easy to become overwhelmed by all the different types and techniques for web/internet marketing, to the extent that you can find yourself in a position where you fail to focus on any specific aspect sufficiently to give yourself a fighting chance of getting some traffic to your site.

It is for this reason that this book is going to focus primarily on the world of web marketing that uses free, organic search engine results to get your online business in front of a paying public.

Back to Contents

Website Copy & Content

Everything starts with ‘content’, mostly in the form of words or text, the professional term for which is ‘copy’. So don’t get confused if someone talks to you about copy; they are referring to the textual content of your web pages.

So everything you do with respect to your content - how you present it, where you position your keywords, titles, headings, image descriptions, file names, URL names etc. etc. which are all textual contents - fall into the category of on-page SEO.

So on-page SEO is everything

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