Google’s 2012 Keyword Research Guide to SEO BasicsSEO 899 Society
On or after keyword research to backlinking, remaining in the lead of search engine optimization strategies can be a full-time job in some situations. But don’t panic, time-crunched capitalists. Google has a killer supply for you.
It’s a 10 minute video full with must-know SEO basics for startups from Maile Ohye, a developer advocate, placed at Google’s Webmaster Central Team. A few of Ohye’s tips contain:
- Don’t trouble with meta keywords tags. Google disregards it for search.
- Sign up for email promoting. Google can direct you notifications concerning issues with your site that might dent your search ranking.
- Use Google’s Webmaster Tools to seek the keywords related to your domain name. If the domain’s past owners were spammers, your site might not rank highly in search.
More keywords ranking higher represent more traffic, correct? Then again, reporting solely on keywords diminishes the marketer’s role and doesn’t paint the full image of why SEO is important to the organization. Going outside keyword rankings allows advertising teams to showcase what actually matters: how organic search fetches revenue and turnover to the business.