Cody Love

Member Since February 16, 2016

Just about everything revolves around Google. If you don't have your site optimized for Google (or Yahoo! or Bing), the site isn't reaching its potential. Use the tips here to help you start your SEO and bring the users in. Maintaining a healthy presence online means always keeping your website or forums up to date with current affairs. Even if your main selling point is not any sort of news angle, it is a good idea to show that you are constantly upgrading your site and put full attention into your business and customers. When search engine optimizing your content, it's essential to pay attention to the density of your keywords. To keep out of trouble, at least 80 percent of your page content should not be keywords. Put a sitemap on your webpage. A sitemap is a page that easily links to all available pages on your site, and more importantly how to find them. This feature makes it easier for the search engine spiders to navigate your site. The fewer clicks it takes to find or get to a specific page the better. When creating URLs (Uniform Resource Locator), you should use keywords whenever it is possible. Keywords that are found in the URL, hold weight and prove a much needed search engine boost. Be sure to use a content management system to place keywords and hyphens in your URL's, that will attract visitors. Like in the beginning of this article, search optimization will make finding the answers you are looking for much easier, faster, and less aggravating. Not only will you be better at searching, you might enjoy it also! By following the steps in this article, you will be an optimal searcher in no time.