This is the most important part as it plays the vital role in terms of attracting spiders and readers. The heading of the post goes as the URL of the post as well so it means the spiders will read this. Make sure you add all your targeted keywords in the URL but do not make it a mess. Add it in a natural way such that your readers love it too.
Shower your keywords
Make sure that you add your targeted keywords are inside the article. Also double check that you have not stuffed your keywords inside the article because it can make your post look like the one written for spiders and not for humans.
This is also an important one but you have to be really very careful in making it natural. Search engine spiders give more value to the headings than the words present inside the post. So make sure that you add your targeted keywords in the sub headings but again naturally. I would recommend you to use H5 tag.
Make sure you sprinkle your keywords here as well as this goes as the heading of the search engine results.
This guest post is written by Saksham, who manages the online marketing for Fortepromo Promotional products, a Minnesota-based promotional stress balls company, for over three years.
17 thoughts on “Simple tips to make your articles Search Engine friendly”
And most importantly, write naturally 😀
Once you pick up on how to select and use keywords throughout your article it becomes easier and easier to write one; always remember that it’s humans reading the article.
Instead of just going for that one backlink – go the extra mile to make it worthwhile!
Make use of “All in one seo” pack will do the tricks for you ….
and having god targetted keywords for your blog post is also helpful
— Sudharsan @ Technoskillonline
There’s a typo in title, otherwise great article. And can’t agree more with @Murlu – write naturally!
Thanks for the heads-up 🙂
Yeah “Eearch Engine”. I thought that it was an intentional typo. Does the phrase ‘eearch engine’ have many searches? 🙂
These tips may be considered ‘simple’, but from personal experience, I would confidently say that all these tips really work. Up to now, I still am not sure about the right range for density though.
Thanks for the tips. Can you please also tell us one more thing. Does Search engine hate writing long articles if yes, how many words should I write to make it standard?
Proper heading, keywords, sub heading and a good title are very important for making articles search engine friendly.
Thanks for the tips. SEO is important, no doubt but we should not only focus on Keywords and stuff. The actual content ought to be killer because the better it is the more long term relationship we make with our audience.
Some really great tips here, I will try and implement them.
Are there any plugins that you could recommend I look out for, for my WordPress blog that help with SEO?
You provided all the BASICS. Hope I can hear more deep articles regarding SEO from you. need it for my resell rights business.
Very good post. I agree with you about not overtly spamming your copy with keywords and instead focusing keyword inclusion with headers, anchor text and so on. I, for one, am able to write better quality copy, blogs, etc, when I focus on writing original content.
It is very important to useful content on the page along with good heading and title.
Another important aspect of SEO is tracking your results. Many times you’ll start pulling in traffic from long tail terms that you were not targeting. Going back through posts and making a few tweaks here and there can vault you up the rankings for those terms that you are already bringing in some traffic from.
Esto es muy bonito, pero yo leo y no entiendo nada de nada. Dice que se ha de escribir pensando en el lector, no para los buscadores, esto es correcto, pero yo es que leo su blog y no entiendo………