Published April 11, 2019
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of the most important disciplines in the marketing field. It's a constant topic of conversation in the office, and we've written numerous blogs about it—one being 7 Benefits of Common SEO Best Practices, written by our very own hostess with the mostess, Danielle.
|The site he was browsing was not optimized for mobile.
52.2% of all web traffic comes from mobile. If your site doesn't look great and/or perform well on mobile, it will suffer.
This speaks for itself. Make sure to write your pieces from research, not from memory, and use reputable sources.
There needs to be a clear, overarching topic in mind. Write for an entire topic, rather than for one keyword.
Your website needs a hierarchy so it's easily crawlable and navigable. For example, if you're an ecommerce website, all categories and products need to be organized appropriately.
Google the keyword you want to rank for and see what comes up. You might think of a seemingly perfect keyword, but upon searching realize it's too much of a long shot.
Ah, our old pal. We decided to rename schema and call it nametags because schema is just too spooky of a word. We're only half kidding. Schema/nametags is a coded declaration of what the page is—e.g. 'this is the featured image,' 'this is the author.' (Read Jon's intense schema breakdown here.)
These are only a small smattering of SEO tips out there, but they are our favorites❤️. Tune in for a comprehensive and detailed (and not at all beer-fueled) breakdown of these best practices!
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