How to Use SEO for Your Web Site
How the Engines Work
SEO or search engine optimization aims to make web sites more visible, according to their relevance to any given search. Search engines contain programs referred to as spiders, which go to several web pages or URLs to identify the content of the site, as well as look for other links to scan later on. Spiders are also called web crawlers and scan the content of different web sites and pages.
These send the results of the scan back to the algorithm, which will eventually be broken down further to be analyzed. If the spiders go through a link to a new page or site, the links are stored. Other spiders over time will continue to crawl to linked-to pages. More links from other sites and pages will lead to frequent crawls and visits, thereby boosting reputation and potential sales.
Analyzing the Data
Search engines generally view a combination of more than 200 factors to identify the right pages that must rank for certain queries. Factors include information contained in the web pages or on-page factors like title heading and page content. Off-site factors may also be included. The factors include the words used to link back to you, the reputation of the page linking to you and the duration of time the link has been present. Both off-site and on-site factors determine the search engine rankings.
On Site Architecture
When you create a web site, try to aim for easy-to-understand site architecture and simplicity. Both search engines and human visitors will find it easier to locate you. You should try to organize the web site into clean sections, called siloing and theming. Good site architecture will organize the domain name according to the exact description of your chosen topic. For example, if your web site is about basketball shoes, you can use the site architecture as such: "shoes.com/basketball/" or "shoes.com/basketball/midcut/".
Having good site architecture will provide you with many advantages like easy expansion, since the site can be divided into manageable sections, easy navigation, since the site can easily be viewed and the URL manipulated by users and easy maintenance, since the web site can be divided into sections that are easy to control.
Always invest in good and useful keywords that pertain to your chosen topic. Users can easily find you through the title and content if you include the right keywords and secondary terms that pertain to your chosen topic. Use keyword generating tools and other online programs that will aid you in improving the web site as a whole.
There are plenty of things to understand when using keywords, like the use of plural or singular terms, order of words and head keywords. The words should appear in the vital parts of the article or content, but avoid overstuffing the site with these or you will lose credibility.
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