Search Engine Optimization 15 Tips For Your Website and Blog On Google Page Rankings
1. Instead of making descriptive or using your brand name, putting a list of keywords in the title of pages.
2. Instead of making a call-to-action while rejecting keywords in meta descriptions Meta descriptions are not used for ranking. Its only advantage is that it displays in the search results below your link. It should not be surprising, but for some it is.
3. Using meta keywords. These have been useless for quite some time. They serve no purpose whatsoever. It’s still good practice to include a meta-keyword here or there for certain tools that may still use them, but the search engines don’t.
SEO Friendly Website Architecture- Use all the new markup that is available to make your listings in the search result stand out like rel author, schema.org and so on.
4. Use descriptive titles that consider branding and share ability. When a user sees your title they should be excited and want to click on it because it sounds interesting, not because they notice it has the same keyword that they typed.
5. Use a call-to-action in your meta in your meta description with close to no focus on keywords. Just as with the title, the meta description should be exciting and compel the reader to click through and find out more.
Off Site Seo :
6. Free directions.
7. Low quality Social Bookmarking Websites.
8.Free Article Directions.
9. Link exchanges.
10. Paid/Sponsored links.
11. Links from Spun content.
12. Niche-Get links from sites that are relevant. The links don’t have to come from an extremely tight niche (in fact that’s often a sign of a low quality site), but the connection should make sense.
13. Advanced-Your link building techniques shouldn’t rely on something that anybody could do easily.
14. Valid – In the absence of a search engine, your link building efforts should be appropriate as marketing alone.
15. Different keywords in the form of anchor text- Tons of links with exact same text are only unnatural, even in their marketing efforts. Note the text that gets through a click, and not a particular keyword