Success Content of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Content is King. You’ll hear that phrase again and again when it comes to SEO success. Indeed, that’s why many SEO Success tables start with “elemental” content, with the first component in content quality.
Get your content right, and you’ve built a strong foundation to support all of your different SEO efforts.
Cq: Content Quality
More than anything else, are you producing quality content? If you were a mercantilism for one thing, would anyone skip a simple book with the same data that will be found on many different websites?
Do you give people an excuse to spend a few seconds reading your page?
Do you provide real prices, one thing to your own guests, completely different and help that they won’t be aware of elsewhere?
Here are some questions to improve yourself in evaluating whether you provide quality content. This is not a place to serve as it is the basis on which almost all the different factors depend.
Cr: Research Content / Keyword Content
Perhaps the most important SEO issue when creating content that makes sense is good keyword analysis. You want to shape the betrayal of the content of the keyword, the specific search terms the individual mistreated, then you will be able to generate content that effectively “answers” the question.
For example, pages about “Preventing Melanoma” may use technical jargon to explain how to stop carcinoma. But search engines may skip or not rank the page if people are looking for “skin cancer prevention tips.” Your content needs to be written in the right language – your language.
Cw: Keyword Content / Use of Keywords
After analyzing your keywords (you do, right?), Have you ever used those words in your content? Or if you have created some quality content before doing the analysis, it may be time to return the material and make an editorial.
Bottom line, if you want your page to be found for certain words, it’s a good idea to use the words in your copy.
How often? Repeat every word you want to find at least 5 times or hunt for keyword density by two to 45 percent, for best results.
No, no, that’s a joke! There’s no time. While “keyword density” sounds scientific, even if you touch on some confusing “ideal” parts, it certainly doesn’t guarantee anything.
Just use your mind. Think about the words you want the page to find, the words you think are relevant to your keyword research. Then apply it naturally to the page. If you regularly switch to pronouns in the second and subsequent references, you may want to use the real word again and again, and vice versa.
CF: Content Freshness
SEO loves new content. That’s usually what we tend to mean when we say “fresh.”
You can’t update your page (or broadcast date) every day thinking it’s going to make it “fresh” and more likely to rank. You also can’t just add new pages, just to get new ones, and assume that you are offering freshness.
However, Google has something called “Query Deserves Freshness (QDF).” If a search is suddenly more popular than its normal activity, Google will ask QDF for terms and appearance to determine if it has any recent content in it. If so, the new or fresh content is stimulated in the search results.
The best way to think about this is with terms like “hurricanes.” If no typhoons are active, then the search results may contain listings for government websites and references. But if there is a lively cyclone, the results may change and may reflect stories, news, and information about active hurricanes.
If you have the right content, on the right topics when QDF hits, you can enjoy being in the top results for days or weeks. Keep in mind that later, your page may be redirected in search results. It’s not that you did anything wrong. It is simply that the stimulus of freshness has been applied.
Sites will take full advantage of this freshness of content by producing relevant content that matches the pulse of their business days.
Cv: Vertical Search
Other factors in the success of this desk cowl are for the content of online pages in search engines. But in this online page listing, too, are usually “vertical” results. It comes back from a “vertical” search engine that focuses on things like pictures, news, originals and videos. If you have content in this field, it’s likely to appear in a special section of the search results page.
Not familiar with “vertical search” instead of “horizontal search?” Let’s take a Google example. The program regularly collects content from across the net, in the hope of matching many general questions across a variety of subjects. This is a horizontal search because it focuses on a variety of topics.
Google together runs a specialized search engine that specializes in pictures or news or original content. These are known as vertical search engines as a result of generating a wide range of interests, they center on a single phase, vertical piece of the entire spectrum of interests.
When you search on Google, you’ll get a web listing. But you will usually get a special section of the results that will show the results as they are considered relevant.
Having content that works well in vertical search will help you succeed without the content of your online pages. This can help you achieve the enhancement to having the highest quality internet site. So make sure you generate content in the main vertical fields that are relevant to you. For more data, see some of our related categories:
Google: Maps & Local Google images Google News
Google: YouTube & Video
SEO: Image Search
SEO: Video Search
Ca: Direct answer
Search engines are increasingly trying to find the right answer in their search results. Questions like “why the sky is blue” or “how is the president” can give you a solution while you don’t want to click on the online page.
Where does the search engine find this answer? Sometimes they have their licenses, such as with menus or music lyrics. At other times, they pull them directly from the web content, giving them a link back in the form of credit.
There is some discussion about whether or not your content is being used as an immediate response. After all, if someone gets the solution they have, they can’t click, and what is the success?
We are now thinking of websites that are used as a direct response source for two main reasons. First, it’s a trust signal, which can facilitate a website for a variety of queries. Second, while there are concerns, there is some evidence that answers will immediately send traffic.