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Any SEO tips to rank my new website?

Mar 19, 2018
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saratogacarpetcleaner.com
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Dave Dalompenis
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Hey there
In new in this forum and this is my first post
We are a new startup carpet cleaning company and we have a website.
Any tips or guide on how to rank my website to generate leads.
Thank you in advance!
 

cynthiamyra

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Aug 2, 2018
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Let’s have a look at the two types of SEO: On-page SEO and Off-page SEO.

ON-Page SEO
1. Start title tags with your target keyword:
2. Drop Keyword in first 100 words:
3. Use Outbound Links:
4. Write click-worthy meta descriptions for each page:
5. Put your target keyword in the URL:
6. Add keywords to your post strategically:
7. Post Long Content:
8. Take Advantage of Internal Linking:
9. Image Optimization:
10. Target less competitive – longtail keywords:
11. Use keywords in your body content
12. Ensure your site is super fast:
13. Your website must be mobile friendly:


Off-page SEO
14. Build high-quality backlinks only:
15. Broken link building:
16. Guest post on relevant blogs
17. Answer on Quora:
18. Blog commenting:
19. Be active on social media
20. Promote your new blog
21. Stay updated with Google’s algorithm
22. Follow Google’s guidelines


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Thanks!
Frisco Web Solutions - SEO San Jose, SEO Bay Area, Web Design San Jose
 

Thomas Unise

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Aside from making sure your on-page SEO is solid and your site is indexing correctly The next thing you should do is get local citations created.

Then get started with content creation and create a few great pieces to push through social media.
 

markbailey

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fugenx.com
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Let’s have a look at the two types of SEO: On-page SEO and Off-page SEO.

ON-Page SEO
1. Start title tags with your target keyword:
2. Drop Keyword in first 100 words:
3. Use Outbound Links:
4. Write click-worthy meta descriptions for each page:
5. Put your target keyword in the URL:
6. Add keywords to your post strategically:
7. Post Long Content:
8. Take Advantage of Internal Linking:
9. Image Optimization:
10. Target less competitive – longtail keywords:
11. Use keywords in your body content
12. Ensure your site is super fast:
13. Your website must be mobile friendly:


Off-page SEO
14. Build high-quality backlinks only:
15. Broken link building:
16. Guest post on relevant blogs
17. Answer on Quora:
18. Blog commenting:
19. Be active on social media
20. Promote your new blog
21. Stay updated with Google’s algorithm
22. Follow Google’s guidelines


_________________
Thanks!
Frisco Web Solutions - SEO San Jose, SEO Bay Area, Web Design San Jose
whoa! very informative, thanks for such an information!
 

Lauren McLaren

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Oct 15, 2018
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Most people focus a large proportion of their time on “keywords” and not much else.
However, if you’ve been working diligently on keyword optimization but are still not getting the results you want, you may need to consider other factors that affect SEO ranking.
Search engine algorithms not only rate the relevance of your keywords on pages, and in the meta data, in relation to a user’s search terms, but they also evaluate information such as the duration visitors stay on your site, bounce rate, broken links, pages viewed, inbound and outbound links and so on.
Let’s have a look at 9 elements that not only increase usability on your site, but also help improve SEO ranking:

1. Useful, high quality, relevant content: When you provide useful content, visitors tend to stay longer on your website to consume the information and therefore increase the dwell time.
2. Page load speed: Both Google and Bing take page-loading speed into account in their website ranking algorithm.
3. Image optimization: Besides image file format and sizing, there are other ways to make sure your images are working hard for you on the SEO front.
4. Header tags: Good formatting of your content helps improve the user experience of your website tremendously. It makes readers more willing to spend time to read your content and come back for more, which will ultimately signal your relevancy to search engines.
5. Outbound links: To make your content more useful and relevant, you can link out to authority sites for more in-depth information your readers can use.
6. Different multimedia: Images, videos, slideshows and audio can help enrich the user experience and allow you to deliver information in a way that is most suited to your ideal site visitors.
7. Broken links: Who wants to get a 404 page after clicking on a link? Broken links make for bad usability. Not only that, search engines consider a large number of broken links as a signal of an old, neglected site and this can impact your SEO ranking.
8. Readability: Even if you have a well-educated audience, they probably don’t want to be deciphering a PhD dissertation every time they visit your website and read your content.
9. Mobile optimization: As of April 2015, Google has started to penalize sites that are not mobile optimized by bumping down their search engine ranking.

I hope these elements are helpful for you

Thanks
 

johnklok

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I suggest you to hire a digital marketing company that help you gain a competitive edge over your competitors. It also helps you to target the relevant keywords that increase the traffic of the website and as well as improve the ranking.
 

repspro

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Keywords aren't as important as they once were.

Once upon a time, you could rank a website by just stuffing a ton of keywords onto it. However, the game has changed.

While keywords ARE still relevant, what's more important is the topic.

Search engine algorithms, especially Google's, have gotten so smart that they can figure what the page/article is about, even if your keyword density - ratio of the number of times a keyword appears in the text out of the total number of words - is low.

What drives the success of a website?

Authority.

You build your website's authority by following these practices:

1. High quality, useful content (just as Lauren has explained) - answer people's questions and add engaging material such as images and videos. Use AnswerThePublic.com to find people's questions about your page's topic. If your content isn't good, your user experience will be bad. Leading us to...

2. User experience - This one is big. Your website needs to load fast, it needs to have a secure connection (SSL), its design has to be modern and it needs to be navigated easily. The point of all of this is to keep users on your website and decrease bounce rate. The more time people spend on your website, the better of you'll be. Videos can greatly help with this. If you have money, hire professional video creators to create videos out of your written content.

3. Engagement - All clicks on internal links, opting in certain lead forms or contact forms, clicking on buttons, downloading content, and other actions contribute to building authority. These actions are perceived as positive user signals by search engines. Engagement is a part of a good user experience. However, I have it in separate category because it is big enough factor.

4. Social proof - Backlinks, shares on social media, guest posts, etc.

Ninja hack - Set up a GMB profile and optimize it as well. Having a GMB profile that's optimized and ranks high in the map pack also bumps up your website rankings.

You could also run PPC ads to get traffic immediately and get those positive user signals quickly for Google and other search engines to digest.

That's it! I know these principles may be hard to swallow, especially if this is your first time doing SEO. Note that you can learn how to do all of these things for free on the internet. I can share with you some good information sources.

If you're short on time, hire someone to do this for you. It may be a harder hit on your wallet in the short term but throughout a longer timespan, it will definitely pay off since you'll start receiving free leads from Google.

Hope I've helped. Lemme know if you need more assistance.
 

majesticboy

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Honestly, I think that usual advertisement on the social networks works better than seo