Seo brisbane - How to Write a Blog for SEO

07/01/2015 01:37

tags: lawyer seo, seo information


In order to give their users the best results, search engines like Google and Yahoo! use algorithmic tools called “spiders” that scan the content of websites and blogs for keywords. These keywords help search engines categorize the site and determine where it appears in search results. The more relevant a blog is to a search query, the higher up it appears on the list of results.


Determine what your keywords are, both for the post you’re writing and your blog overall. For example, if you manage a blog about traveling to Italy, you will probably have a regular list of keywords that you use in each post. But for a post specifically about day trips from Rome, you’ll want to use a second set of keywords that are unique to that subject.
Write a strong SEO title for your blog post. The title should match as closely as possible to the exact search terms people use when looking for information. It should be succinct, clear and helpful.
  • Good: Rome Day Trips
Put as many keywords in your first paragraph as makes sense. This helps the spiders further determine how relevant your site is. This article is actually a good example of this step; while it mentions Rome day trips, the title and the first paragraph tell the algorithm to categorize it under SEO tips and not under Italian travel.
Continue writing the body of the post. Write as you normally would, making sure to include keywords and phrases where they make the most sense.
Finish with a strong SEO paragraph. Again, this tells the spiders that the post is still relevant, and has not veered off course into another subject. 
Include other SEO blog tactics before publishing your post. These are some other things you can do to optimize your blog post:
  • Tag your post with the relevant keywords. Up to about 5 tags are best; use exact keyword phrasing for best results.
  • Use the “alt tag” on photos that include your keywords. This is the little message that appears when you hover your mouse over a photo. Some people like to include funny messages, but it’s a great opportunity for more keywords. You can do this at the point in which you upload photos.
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My name is Lissa Anderson I am a full time SEO consultant. I've been doing freelancing,web development,web designing & internet marketing stuff for more than 8 years. Now I am affiliate with one of the world’s largest online advertising company. 
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