5 SEO Tips to Boost Your Website

5 SEO Tips to Boost Your Website by Amine Nyc.

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5 SEO Tips to Boost Your Website

1-The right URL:
The ideal domain will include your business name and perhaps a keyword or two that are relevant to your business. For example, if you are a contractor, you might want to purchase a URL like www.yournameconstruction.com.

2-Titles and descriptions for each page:
Did you know that you can write a unique title and description for each page on your website? These are brief texts that accurately and clearly describe what your business does, ideally with a few keywords and phrases mixed in.

3- Anchor text:
As you write the text for your website, consider where you can use anchor text within your site. Anchor what? No, it has nothing to do with sailing. Anchor text is simply text that visitors can click on to be taken directly to another web page, either on your site or anywhere on the Internet.

4- alt text to all your images:
Search engines are great at reading text on your website, but they still haven’t quite figured out how to look at the images on your site. To understand what’s displayed in a photo or graphic, search engines look for “alt text,” a concise written description (just a few words) about each image on a website. When writing alt text, be sure to accurately describe what is shown in the image, but also try to include the name of your business or a few keywords related to what you do.
Pro Tip: You don’t need to write alt text for images that are purely functional or design related, such as a background image that is just shapes. If the image doesn’t have anything to do with the topic of your site, you can skip the alt text.

5- Give your site structure with the right headers:
Just like you’ve seen in this eBook, every page on your website should have a title, a subtitle and so on. When search engines scan your website, they’ll understand your content better if you explain them the text hierarchy. The most relevant part is the title of your page and you should define it as H1 (in the Text’s Editor). The H1 should be descriptive the page’s content and you shouldn’t have more than one H1 per page. Choose carefully and don’t forget to include your keywords. Following your H1, is H2, H3 and so on. The clearer your text structure is, the easier search engines will digest your site’s content.

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