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  • Category: Google Search Engine

    Search Engine Strategy One Page Optimization

    There are various user and search engine techniques that can make a site easier to spider to maximize its chances for obtaining top natural / organic search engine listing.

    1) Analyzing key phrases thoroughly.
    2) Ensure Websites design that favours Indexing.
    3) Improving HTML and HTML coding validation
    4) Using External Style sheets.
    5) Using External java scripts.
    6) Improving the layout and design of your site.
    7) Implementing Inter-linking technique throughout the site.
    8) META tag optimization
    9) Using Site map to provide alternate links for users and search spiders.
    10) Rewriting and editing content

    Note:- All or combination of this listing above will help your websites be recognized by search engine.
  • #18684
    Thanks Jacky for sharing useful information for Tech members. There are many SEO algorithms to follow, and the above mentioned points would definitely help to optimize well for publishing article / site.

  • #18704
    thanks jacky for the checklist.

    i think the "meta tags " like "keywords" to define the most used phrases, "Revisit-After" to tell the search engine what is frequency of change in content ,"robot" to allow or disallow indexing are used in basic level search,
    search engines using advanced algorithms reads the whole website, to give results.

    so a design with no broken links works amazingly in SEO.

  • #18707
    Thanks jacky,

    But there are some more reasons that makes your website in the top results along with adding "robots.txt", "sitemap.xml" etc. The way you organize the folders in your website also helps serach engine to crawl your website easily.Providing additional information about the website with 'Structured data' helps Google Understand the meaning of content present in your website.

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