Wednesday, November 18, 2015

SEO Is a System That Needs to Be Optimized for It to Work

The following is a guest post by Jeffrey Branover:

To get any good formula to work, it needs to be optimized correctly. SEO is no different. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and the purpose of SEO is to rank your website or webpage on the first page of Google, Yahoo, and Bing.  Every industry has a set of rules for optimization purposes to achieve favorable results. The financial industry requires knowledge in fundamental and technical analysis to be able to interpret financial statements, management systems, and statistical trends. 

SEO Services works in a similar way with regard to website/webpage optimization. It’s vital to understand how to fundamentally design a webpage (and website) and strategically optimize the content to boost the keyword you want to rank for. It’s imperative that you write relevant and useful content that your readers (or consumers) will enjoy reading.  It’s also important to research websites that are within (or related to your industry) that are ranked high across all the SEO metrics.

Guest post on blogs or websites in exchange for a backlink pointing to your webpage or site. It’s important to be involved and active in your industry. Blogging has allowed a lot of great businesses and individuals to showcase the latest news and information that’s trending in their industry. For example, many law firms blog about the latest laws being passed. Medical Doctors blog about medical breakthroughs and new products that will be rolling out within their specialty. It all varies within the industry. Blogging also has a fundamental component to SEO analysis. Many websites have an internal blog as well as external blogs (such as blogger and tumblr). Internal blogs allow webmasters to internally link keywords to a webpage that the keyword relates to. This helps boost the keywords’ visibility within the website.

Stay tuned for more to come. In this series I will discuss the fundamental analysis in SEO. What to look for and what to avoid. I will discuss how management plays a big role in site structure and its overall design. I will also discuss the technical analysis of SEO and why statistics work. Thanks for reading this short description about SEO systems and feel free to comment below with any questions or thoughts that you may have.