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SEO Writing – The Right Optimization Technique

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Search Engine Optimization Technique…

…Here we want to discuss the need why optimization of Your online content is important. The main purpose of the search engine optimization is to improve the page ranking of the site. This means that the web content can be easily found on the net, more often, in the search engine results. To do this, the right search engine optimization technique should be adopted. SEO writing means writing web content in a specific manner. The content should be keywords rich, because they attract the attention of the search engines. In doing so, they help the engine to locate the webpage easily on the net, in minimal access time.

The keywords must have high degree of relevance with the content of the page. This facilitates the spider or crawler to give the webpage a higher page ranking. If the engine likes the content, it is properly indexed. So next time if any visitor on the net types in the words that have good relevance with the keywords in the content page, the spider easily crawls up to that particular website and displays it to the customer, quickly. Hence SEO writing is the right search engine optimization technique that greatly enhances the site reputation on the net.

Content is always King…
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Search Engine Optimization Technique

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Webpage content is important and crucial to the success of the site.

A well written content attracts the visitors to the site. SEO writing helps in improving the visibility of the site, by adding engine friendly features to it. Spider or crawler likes to crawl up to rich and unique content that properly explains, informs and educates about a topic, product or service. This earns the site higher page rankings leading to better accessibility of the site. Hence this is the right optimization technique that can push the site in top ten ranking of the search engine.

Keeping Searchers in Mind

SEO writing addresses the needs of the surfers on the net. The main aim is to help the visitors find the product, service, information, etc on the net, without wasting their precious time. Prior to developing a content for the website proper research should be done to arrive at conclusion about the most likely keywords that might be typed in for searching a particular product or information. A high degree of the relevance between words typed in by audience and keywords in the content matter means higher page rankings for the site. Hence keyword selection is also a very important optimization technique.

Relevance between Keywords, Title and Content

SEO writing uses keywords, title and content skillfully to draw the internet traffic to an optimized site or page. The selected keywords should reflect the product or service and relate well with the content. An attractive title with a keyword is good enough to seek the attention of the search engine and a right optimization technique that helps to draw increased internet traffic to it. Initially the spider reads the title and then accesses the top third of the web page. If the content is good and highly relevant to the title, the site is ranked well and indexed properly, to automatically route the visitors when they type in the keywords related to the site. Hence SEO writing is a boon both for the buyers and sellers.

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With the above information about SEO writing skills and what all belongs to it you are now equipped to let your content be found and indexed easily by the main search engines used today. Although the search engine algorithm may change perodically, a proper keyword research and the right use of them in your content will always help you to earn good ranks together with proper linkbuilding (which is a topic for another post).

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15 Responses so far.

  1. Thanks for this good info.

    it help me a lot and thanks to you and other members of TSA i become
    good it it lately i am on the 1st or 2de page of Google if i look under the
    normal Search or the blog Search.

  2. Gregory Tilley says:

    Thanks for the information.

    it help me learn how to get more traffic to my website and how to use google customers and members.

  3. Paul ODaniel says:

    Very good information Alex,interesting and to the point.If you have your own website,and /or Blog SEO is very important and ranking well is the whole point of SEO optimazition.Keep up the good work. Paul

  4. Timothy says:

    Hi Alex,

    Thanks for the info,great article on seo. I look forward to more to come.

  5. Great article, packed with helpful information. Combining these writing skills with using the IBOToolbox, one can be certain of significant increase in website/blog traffic. I’ve yet to come across a free tool to aid in the writing of keyword-rich articles, but I can recommend the IBOToolbox as an excellent free marketing suite aiding in the SEO ranking of articles, advertising messages, and virtually any website using the IBOurl tool.

  6. Arnoldo F. says:

    Ok, there are a few things I would like to say regarding this article/blog post.

    First, it is really informative, and a great start point to make people become interested in S.E.O. when they are starting to work with online marketing (or an online business).

    But, there are some points that require some further explanation. When talking about keywords, it is true these are important (so always use accurate ones), but because many websites started abusing this S.E.O. technique, many search engines just use them as a guideline nowadays. It’s important to still use them (and use them properly) to help those search engines that still take them into consideration, index your site faster, but don’t rely on these alone.

    As for the part that says “content is king”, this is absolutely true, unfortunately you must understand how can content become “king”. If you have ever worked on an article that you submited to an article base (like ezinearticles.com), you probably have noticed that they notify you that the best articles are between 500-700 words long, are original, and only have a 3%-5% keyword density. This is because search engines like original content that is user (human) friendly, and not one that is simply developed to overload it with keywords. So, take that into consideration.

    Another very important aspect is how relevant your headlines are (if you use html to create your website/blog, these would be to ) to your website title, description, and keywords. Just for general information purposes, headers are more important than headers, and so on until (regardless if you change size, color, or other attributes with css); and, although bold text helps both users and search engines to classify content as more important, headers are still conssidered more important than bold text.

    One asspect that I didn’t find in the article is the importance of links and backlinks. Having a sitemap will help a lot, remember that, for it helps both search engines and users. Also, search engines constantly change algorithms so no one can be capable of figuring out how to get a “perfect” score, but it is proven that the more backlinks (meaning links from other websites to your site/blog), and the more visits you get, the better your results. Do remember to avoid placing a link to your site on farm links, for these can affect your rank in a negative way. Also, the more relevant your website’s content is compared to the site that is linking towards yours, the more “points” towards your ranking you will receive. Another point to consider is, the higher the ranking of the website linking to your site, the better (there are some aspects to consider regarding this, like the fact that .edu wesites give you more “points” so to speak).

    Finally, remember to add a description to each page on your site (oh, and also remember keywords and titles must change for each page of your site to make them relevant), and try to make it between 170-230 characters including spaces. Search engines like this, and you have probably seen tons of descriptions if you use google, for some search engines display this information with the link to help users be informed before entering the website. Using the first two or three sentences of your content as your page description is a common practice.

    I could keep on going, but there is way too much to cover regarding S.E.O. to actually place it in one post, or one article; for that reason, I would give an 8.5 out of 10 to this article/post. It does provide enoguh information for those starting to become interested in this aspect of online marketing, and what is explained is true, but it is still lacking a little bit of in-depth explanation regarding some topics to avoid readers start using S.E.O. in an ineffective way.

    For those who are reading this post, I own Virtual Onset and two other websites (virtual onset being my latest creation), and is dedicated to help people find legitimate online job, entrepreneurial, and investing opportunities. If you have yet to start an online business, and really want to do so, you can check some of the opportunities in the enterprise section of the website. Hope it helps.

    As for Alexander, do keep up the good work, I will be following your posts.

    P.S. Also two more points I forgot to mention, search engines love regularly updated sites; that is why blogs and forums tend to earn a higher ranking fater than “static” websites. To finally wrap it up, also remember that S.E.O. takes some time (some manage to get a high rank within a month, and for others it can take up to 6 months or more depending on many variables), but it is worth doing.

  7. Hello Alex,
    I really love your idea. You are one of a kind in terms of sharing what you know! Every information you share means a lot to us. Thank you Alex.

  8. John says:

    This has to be one of the best articles I have ever read. In fact your whole blog is extremely well put together. I will be returning again and to soak up some knowledge.
    Keep up the good work.

  9. christine says:

    A very interesting and informative article that is not overwhelming.
    Love the cartoon
    Keep up the good work

  10. Tommy Olsson says:

    Nice blog post.

  11. Tommy Olsson says:

    Nice informative blog post

  12. You are such an inspiration Alex, I am learning a lot from you. Thank you so much!

  13. Steve says:

    Hi Alex,
    Great article Alexander, and thanks for connecting with me on easyhits4u.com. It had driven about 40 to 200 people extra a day to my site for free so I’m happy with that. Only think is you have to surf alot but its easy done between doing other things with on the pc.

  14. April Marie Tucker says:

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  15. sjoerd says:

    Hi Alexander. It has been a while since visiting your website, Great article my friend very good advice. I am happy to be part of your team. Looking forward to your next posts!


    Sjoerd Piso

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