What is SEO & Why is it Important ?

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What is SEO & Why is it Important ?


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What is SEO Why is it Important Search engine optimization is the method of designing web pages and their content to be quickly identified by users looking for website- relevant words. The word SEO also describes the process of making search engine indexing software web pages easier to locate review and index your site. I use free https://seosuite.net/ version for my work. Although SEO is fairly easy many beginners to SEO still have questions about the details such as: Why do you “optimize” your search engine site or your company’s site So much time do you have for SEO How to distinguish “good” SEO advice from “bad” or harmful SEO advice Perhaps the most critical aspect of search engine optimization is how you can use SEO to help drive more relevant company traffic leads and sales. What do you care about SEO Billions of searches are conducted every day online. This means a huge amount of specific high-intense traffic. Many people look for different goods and services to pay for such items. Such searches are considered to have commercial intent meaning they specifically show they want to purchase something you give with their search. People are looking for some kind of business-related stuff. Your prospects are also looking for all sorts of items that are only closely

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connected to your business. These represent many more ways to communicate and help answer their questions solve their problems and become a trusted resource for them. Are you more likely to get your widgets from a trusted partner that gave great data to Google for help with a question or someone you’ve never heard of each of the last four times What works for search engine SEO traffic Note that Google is responsible for most of the world’s search engine traffic. This can differ from one industry to another but Google is definitely the main player that your company or website will like to show up in in the search results but the best practices outlined in this guide will also help you place your site and its content to rank in other search engines. And how does Google decide the pages to return to what people are searching for Where do you get all this important site traffic Google’s algorithm is extremely complex but high: Google is looking for pages that contain high-quality appropriate search query-related content. Google’s algorithm evaluates relevance based on the keywords it contains and other parameters known as “rating signals” by “crawling” or reading the content of your website and determining algorithmically whether that content applies to what the searcher is searching for. Google measures “price” by a variety of methods but the link profile of a site-the variety and nature of other websites linking to a page and site as a whole is among the most relevant.

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Increasingly Google’s algorithm uses additional ranking signals to assess where a site will rank such as: How do people interact with a site Do they find the information they need and stay on the web or do they “bounce” back to the search page and click on another link Or do they ignore the listing and never click- through Loading pace and “mobile-friendly” of a site How much original versus “thin” or duplicated low-value content a site has In response to requests Google’s algorithm considers hundreds of ranking variables and Google continually changes and refines its method to ensure it provides the best user experience possible.

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