Search engine optimization has a reputation for being too technical and complicated. In this blog, we’re going to break things down by asking a few simple questions related to SEO:
Is your website mobile-friendly?
If your website isn’t mobile-friendly by now, then you’re either behind the times or a risk-taker. Google is now factoring mobile-friendliness in its search algorithm. If you haven’t taken care of this yet, then it should be the first thing on your to-do list.
Do you practice content creation?
If you write blogs and articles once or twice a week, then you have nothing to worry about. But if the content on your website isn’t fresh or current, then you need to start practicing content creation.
Are you spamming links?
Some businesses do this without realizing it. Google doesn’t like it when businesses spam links, and it increases your site’s chances of getting hit with a penalty. If you’re not sure, then just scale back in this regard.
Is the online information about your business accurate?
Your business listings have a big impact on your local SEO. Make sure that your information on social media corresponds to your information on your website. Any discrepancies will damage your SEO.
Do you practice social media marketing?
Although their relationship isn’t entirely clear, we know that social media accounts affect Google search results to some extent. The more likes and shares your posts get on social media, the better your page rank will be.
Do you have a good brand reputation?
And finally, Google takes your reputation into account in regard to your page rank. This works on two levels: you need to have good reviews on sites like Yelp and Google+, and you need to establish credibility with your content.
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