Search Engine Optimisation Adelaide
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What is SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and how does it work?
The main purpose of SEO is to meet your future client at the moment that they are searching for that object they want to purchase or that topic they want to learn about.
SEO, like all forms of Digital Marketing, is all about delivering the correct information at the right time of your customer's buying journey.
Why is SEO important for marketing?
This means creating content that is both visually appealing, engaging and speaks to your best customers.
The cornerstone of all SEO is words. SEO, at it's foundation is - learning how your customers think (which words they use to search for a product, how they type it into Google and which questions they are asking), creating content that matches those needs and optimising your site to deliver that content to them.
Keyword Research for Adelaide Companies
What Is Keyword Research?
Keyword Research is the process of identifying which keywords are most profitable in your niche, this takes into account a number of factors such as, how many searches per month a word gets, how many people are competing for that word (Cost Per Click Pricing) and how much competition there is for a given keyword.
Keyword research is the first and most important step that an SEO Specialist will complete for a successful search engine marketing strategy. It includes:
- Developing Topic Clusters
- Keyword Mapping
- Keyword Cannibalisation Analysis
All Keyword research is done on a keyword by keyword basis.
Words and word clusters are the key
Knowing how to read Google and it's trends is to have an insight into your future customer's pain points and needs, so that you can better provide a solution to their problems.
Successful SEO and Marketing is about finding what your client's greatest need is and fulfilling it using your product.
Developing Topic Clusters
What are topic clusters?
A topic cluster is a group of related topics that are grouped together under a single heading. A topic cluster strategy is a plan that helps you organise your content and keep track of where you are in the process.
Google ranks pages and not websites. Therefore it is important to group all relevant terms on a single page. These groups are called topic clusters. Topic clusters can be thought of as a collection search terms and relevant keywords that your customer is typing into google search in order to satisfy their curiosity or need.
A topic cluster can be managed on a page level or on site level, by interlinking many related pages together.
Topic Cluster Strategy
Creating a semantically related topic cluster is not easy. You need to start with keywords and identifying comparable terms and phrases. Or you can check at the most-searched terms for a pattern. Whatever strategy you select, the output should be an easily navigable list of related topics.
How do you create a topic cluster?
It is best to use terms that are highly semantically related in order to show Google that you or your company is an expert on a given topic and that you are writing about it in, both, breadth and depth.
The tricky part is writing about it in detail, but not straying too far from the initial topic. If you stray too far Google will become confused as to what to rank that page for and it will start trying to rank your page for other keywords causing keyword cannibalisation (This is where it tries to rank two pages for the same term and neither page does well). So keep your topic clusters tight.
What is the purpose of a topic cluster?
There are numerous advantages to categorising your content into topic clusters. One advantage is that it facilitates navigating. Another advantage is that it allows you to concentrate on specific issues without becoming distracted by unrelated ones. Finally, it allows you to rapidly identify which themes are performing well and which require improvement.
What is a topic cluster strategy?
- You can start producing your topic clusters once you've decided their structure.
- Make a new document and insert the major keyword(s), then the secondary keywords.
- Continue to add keywords until you reach the appropriate level of detail.
- You'll need to assign your topic clusters to individual posts now that you've established them. Select the relevant topic cluster and click Add to Post each time you create a new post. When you publish a new post, it will now be automatically assigned to the appropriate topic cluster.
The technique of assigning or mapping keywords to specific pages on your website based on keyword analysis is known as keyword mapping. This enables you to comprehend the terms that individuals use when looking online. Then you may produce content that is tailored to rank well for those keywords.
A keyword in SEO is not actually one word. The correct term for what is commonly referred to as a "keyword" is search query. A search query can be one or 10 words. So when we refer to a keyword from now on, what is meant is search query.
1) Broad Match - It allows the ad to show when the keyword is present anywhere within the search query
2) Phrase Match - Phrase match keywords must be present in the search query in the same order as mentioned by you.
3) Exact Match - These match the query exactly. (no matter if the query is one word of 5 words long)
4) Long Tail - These keywords match longer phrases (3 words or more). They're great for targeting specific audiences. Long tail keywords have very little search volume, but they are great to target as you narrow in on your customer and what they are searching for. e.g. Xbox vs Where to buy an Xbox in Adelaide?
There are many keyword research tools that can help you with this process, but the best research tool is still a human brain.
Once you've completed this step, and decided which keywords should be mapped to what pages and in which topic clusters, you're ready to begin making Technical and on-page SEO recommendations.
Technical Optimisation | Technical SEO
What is Technical SEO?
Technical SEO refers to website and server improvements that make it easier for search engine spiders to browse and index your site (to help improve organic rankings). This may include any or all of the following:
Logfile Analysis for SEO
Log file analysis is a technical SEO activity that allows you to see how Googlebot (as well as other web crawlers and visitors) interacts with your website. A log file provides useful insights that can be used to inform your SEO strategy or to solve difficulties with the crawling and indexing of your web pages.
Crawl Budget Optimisation
The technique of assisting Googlebot and other search engines in crawling and indexing more of your important content is known as crawl budget optimisation. Google does not scan and index your entire site (unless you are a very popular blog) - it is too computationally expensive. So it is in your best interest to direct them to your main money pages and away from thin or utilitarian web pages, such as your contact page.
Mobile Optimisation | Mobile Responsiveness
Mobile optimisation has to do with ensuring that your site is easily accessible on mobile and that it displays well on a cross-section of mobile devices, such as tablets and mobile phones. Google introduced mobile-first indexing in May of 2019, which means that your site is judged in the SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) based on your mobile performance.
I most industries, mobile searches make up the majority of searches and if your site is slow or has bad UX and UI (User Experience and User Interface) Google will display it less frequently in the mobile search engine result pages, in effect cutting out a significant portion of your traffic.
Web Speed Optimisation
Web speed optimisation is another aspect of technical SEO. It has to do with insuring that all of the files on your webpage are displayed as efficiently and quickly as possible. Amazon did a study in 2006 which showed that, every 100 ms of extra loading time cost them an additional 1% loss of revenue.
Fast Load times are an indirect ranking factor. Google does not assign a lot of weight to a fast loading site (it will not give you a big ranking boost) but it is a big user experience factor which means that the user or customer will stay longer on your site and therefore spend more money.
Time on-site IS a BIG ranking signal and therefore will help you rank higher in the Google. As a result, a fast mobile version of your website that provides a better user experience will cause you to rank higher.
XML Sitemaps Optimisation
A site map is a page which tells Google the list of pages that you have on your website. A site map tells Google which pages to index in which page is not to index. It is important to optimise your site map in order to have your most important pages visible and easily accessible to Google.
At times, there are pages which you do not want seen or indexed in the Google search engine results page. Pages such as login pages or secret pages with discount codes should be kept out of the site map.
Google and other search engines are essentially robots. There are little programs that crawl your site from link to link to link and map out the structure of your entire website. It is important to optimise your robots text file in order to tell Google which places to visit and which pages not to visit. This can save your crawl budget, which was discussed earlier, and therefore get more of the pages that you want indexed to show up on Google.
Pagination optimisation is another subset of optimising your crawl budget. It is the process of splitting print or digital content into individual pages is known as pagination. Pagination also refers to the automatic process of adding successive numbers to designate the sequential sequence of pages in print documents and some online content.
Which pages are displayed and which pages are hidden in your pagination can have a great impact on SEO and it is an important component for optimisation.
Competition Analysis for Search Engine Optimisation
The technical optimisation of a website is the very first step in any SEO campaign. After insuring that your website is fast, easily accessible and crawlable by the Googlebot. It is now time to turn your attention to the competition and analyse who is in the top spot and why.
By analysing your competitor's website and the type of content that is being rewarded for your search query, you are better equipped to create the kind of content that Google wants to see.
Competitor analysis can be a shortcut to success. Rather than reinventing the wheel or guessing at which terms are profitable, you can simply look at your competitor's traffic sources and which keywords they are going after to see what Google is already rewarding.
GMB SEO | Local SEO AdelaideAfter you have settled on a winning keyword strategy and analyse the competitive landscape it is now time to turn your attention to local SEO.
What is Local SEO?
Local search engine optimization is similar to SEO in that it is also a process affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine's unpaid results often referred to as "natural", "organic", or "earned" results. - Wikipedia
Even if you are a national or international company one of the first points of contact in the Google wants to see is your Google my business page now known as your Google business profile. That is because Google is narcissistic and always looks to its own properties first.
It is therefore very important to optimise your Google my business listing to its fullest, as it is a line directly to Google in which you can tell it exactly what your business is about.
Your Google business profile now known as GBP, previously known as your GMB, is one of the first things that any business should optimise. It tells Google you are serious about your business and it tells your customers where your physical location is.
Google's Pigeon Algorithm
Google release as many minor updates throughout the year. Occasionally they do a major or core update. These core updates are often given names such as Panda, Penguin and Hummingbird. The Pigeon algorithm update was one designed specifically to target local businesses.
Google is a hybrid search engine and displays result based on the keyword and the user's device. With the pigeon algorithm update it also took into account the location where that person was making the search query from. The results would then change based on the location of the person. Therefore it is very important to optimised your Google my business listing in order to show up in the Google three pack, also known as the snack pack, also known as the local listings results.
Optimising your Google Business Profile
Local SEO or Google My Business Profile optimisation is a whole subset of SEO and is a discipline unto itself. Local SEO is perhaps the most nonsensical of all of the Google search engine result page permutations and is therefore the most difficult to tune for in some instances.
What Does on-Page Optimization Involve?
On-site SEO (also known as on-page SEO) is the process of optimising components on a website (as opposed to links from other websites and other external signals, which are referred to collectively as "off-site SEO") in order to rank better and generate more relevant traffic from search engines.
On Page SEO is where a business can get it's fastest "wins" and comprises around 70% of our winning SEO strategies. Depending on the niche, a Search Engine Optimisation Specialist can take a page from position 70-80 to a spot on page one in as little as 24-48 hours with good on-page optimisation alone.
On page SEO includes, but is not limited to:
- Writing High-Quality Content
- Page Titles
- Meta Descriptions
- Image Alt-text
- Structured Markup
- Page URLs
- Internal Linking
Writing High-Quality Content
There are two aspects of SEO. Writing content for the customer, which is clear, concise and well optimised for conversions (Conversion Rate Optimisation or CRO). And there is writing content for the search engines, which has to do with figuring out certain mathematical formulas which Google needs to see in order to understand what the page is about.
Good SEO is about a combination of those two aspects, content which the Google search engines can understand and makes sense to the intended audience.
Content must be unique
One aspect of writing high-quality content is to ensure that the content is unique and has not been written about before, or if it's something with lots of competition, you must ensure that your result is the best and most authoritative.
In order to achieve this, you'll need to employ the previously mentioned keyword research methods and topic clustering methods, so that your website stands out to Google as the best answer for that search query.
Matching the content to the customer's journey
There are many steps before someone becomes a customer or buy something from you. There is an informational gathering stage, a comparison stage and then finally the decision stage. Good quality content will provide solutions to your customers pain points for each stage of their journey.
Page Titles, Headers and Meta Descriptions
Writing good quality title tags, headers and metal descriptions is a balancing act between satisfying your client's needs and google's mathematical algorithm. There is a certain math which needs to be fulfilled in order for Google to see your results as relevant (and display you on page one) so certain keywords need to appear a certain number of times in certain sequences on the page.
However, what Google needs to see and the shortest path to a sale for your customer is not always the same thing. Therefore the art of search engine optimisation is combining those two needs into one winning formula.
Another important aspect of optimising your page is image optimisation. It may not seem like much, but it helps a great deal in order for Google to understand what a page is about. Google is primarily a text based search engine and has trouble reading and understanding what images are about. Therefore, it is very important to optimise your image descriptions in order to help Google mashed into the content of your page.
Image optimisation is also an important aspect of of helping visually impaired people makes sense of what the content of the page is about. There is a whole aspect of website accessibility which needs to be taken into account for maximum conversions.
It is very important that you make your site easy to navigate for search engines, visually impaired people, hearing impaired people and even those that may have trouble with seeing colours.
Depending on your niche, the image search functionality of Google can be the primary way in which your side ranks in the organic search results. The organic search traffic of sites that rely heavily on images to sell their products, such as clothing sites, photography sites, or jewelry stores can benefit greatly in the search engine rankings if they employ good image optimisation techniques.
What is Structured Markup?
You will have seen structured markup everywhere but not realised that's what it's called. When you see a book review with five stars on it, that is structured markup. When you search for a recipe and you see a image and the cooking instructions directly on the Google search page that is thanks to structured markup.
Structured markup is a language that is easily accessible by the bots but is not visible to humans. Therefore it can be used with great affect to tell Google exactly what your page is about before it even reads a single line visible text.
Optimising your structured markup, or schema, as it is commonly referred to, is one of the most potent ways that you can optimise a page at this time.
Your page's URL or it's web address is one of the strongest signals that you can send to Google in regards to what your pages about. Optimising your page URLs should be a top priority for every single website.
Internal linking is another very important aspect of on-page SEO. It refers to linking from one page to another using anchor text. Internal links can be a way to organise your website and your site structure into the topical clusters that were discussed earlier.
Internal linking facilitates both the ability of your customers to locate content and the ability of Google to crawl your website and grasp the context of each page in connection to one another.
Content optimisation is more closely related to marketing than it is to its cousin the technical side of on-page SEO optimisation. Content optimisation is the macro whilst on page optimisation is the micro.
What is E-A-T?
E-A-T is an acronym that stands for Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness. It is a long way of saying that you're content should be trustworthy and authoritative. Google has lots of patterns describing how they track authorship through the use of emails and verbal syntax used in the writing of articles. Google also has lots of patterns in tracking content across websites.
And the end of the day, what it means is that Google meets to see you as an authority in your niche. Your content must be written in such a way as to provide clear and concise answers without any ambiguity. They must also be written in such a way that they are informationally dense, ie. they should not have any filler words.
Video optimisation is more closely related with your content strategy and your off-page SEO then it is to do with on-page optimisation. The reason for this is that videos are usually hosted on external websites such as YouTube and Vimeo, which come with their own set of ranking algorithms.
Video is one of the best ways to create content for SEO and for your customers and as such should be a big part of your content strategy. YouTube is the second largest search engine on the planet after Google and it and it is predicted that it will soon become the dominant search engine.
More and more people want to watch a video rather than read, therefore, it is extremely important that a full video optimisation strategy is part of every business owner's organic traffic blueprint.
As YouTube is a property that is owned by Google it is another excellent touch point from which you can get inbound links to your blog post and therefore give more relevance to each and every article. Any time you use Google properties Google will reward you.
What is Content Pruning?
Content pruning is all about content quality. Content pruning is the process of analysing the Google search console, your search history, Google analytics, and your log files to see which of your website pages are getting the most traffic.
If the content in search results from your site is full of irrelevant search terms, dead links, duplicate content and generally bad content this will cause Google to crawl those pages, eat up your crawl budget and your money pages will miss out.
Pruning your content and optimising your internal link structure is one of the most important steps to optimising your customer journey.
What is Off-Page SEO?
Off-page SEO is related to anything that is done outside of your website. This includes social media marketing, video marketing, link building strategies ( getting external links - which are like votes from other websites) to your best and most relevant content.
Backlinks point from any site other than yours to a page on your website. Quality Links are considered as very strong trust signals by Google, as they are hard to fake or manipulate.
One high-quality link from a reputable source in your trade is worth more than a million backlinks from link farms or irrelevant websites. The Everest of manipulative link building is to get a do-follow, highly intent based keyword as the anchor text on the homepage of a powerful website, this will pass the maximum amount of link juice and give your website the highest ranking boost.
Backlink analysis relates to analysing the mathematics of the keyword ratios in your own back link profile, as well as that of your competitors.
Outreach for Link Building
One way to get the same authority that a site that is winning the first position in your niche is to get some of the same backlinks that they are getting.
One way to get similar backlinks to your competitors is to write content that is better than your competitors and then get in touch, or outreach, to the websites that are linking to them already and offer your piece of content as an alternative to link to.
Digital PR & Link Building
Another way to build links is through Press Releases. Press releases a new style items that are published on a variety of Google news approved websites. This has the effect of getting your content index quickly, which can sometimes be a problem, and of getting a variety of back links from authoritative sources.
A good PR company will let you publish on your own website first and then send the links from the press releases to your website.
Press release services can be very expensive, but as with most things in life you get what you pay for.
What is Broken Link Building?
Broken link building is the process of finding links that are broken on other websites, i.e they lead to content that is no longer there. The premise is that by offering your own content as a replacement, you are assisting the website owner by pointing out a mistake on their website while also receiving a backlink to your work, win win.
The dark side of link building has to do with Black hat SEO. Blackcat SEO is anything that is against Google's guidelines and is done with malicious intent in order to hurt a business' standing in the Google rankings.
One way to lower a website's ranking is to change what the meaning of that website is.
By sending lots of backlinks with anchor text that is completely unrelated to the page or website. This in effect changes what the website is about in googles eyes. And that website in turn receives lower rankings. This is known as a negative SEO attack.
If your website has been the victim of such an attack one way to combat this would be to fill out a Google disavow file. This in effect tells google that you are not responsible for those backlinks and that you do not want them counted towards your website's ranking score.
This tactic is largely ineffective and is often used as a very last resort. There are other ways to combat link spam, such as boosting your own positive link profile and controlling the anchor text on websites that want to link to you.
Is SEO right for you and your business?
As can be seen there are very many factors contributing to the success of a website online. SEO is a vast and ever-growing discipline with search algorithms changing daily.
SEO Experts are disliked by Google because they take money away from Google's primary money source, which is Google Ads.
To study SEO is to study a black box with no instructions. An SEO expert is someone who has dedicated their life to helping businesses become seen online and become profitable.
There is no greater return on investment then an expert SEO campaign, because your site will show up in the first spot of Google right at the time that your future customer wants to know the information that you provide or has the need to buy your product.
SEO takes a little longer to implement their Google ads. But the effects of a good SEO campaign can last for years and years. If you are only relying on Google ads for your traffic then you are limiting yourself and putting yourself and your business at the mercy of Google.
If you have not invested in search engine optimisation and relies solely on Google ads for your traffic, then the moment you stop those Google ads, your traffic also stops. A good marketing campaign will involve both Google ads and search engine optimisation.
Google ads provide a fast boost of traffic, whilst expert search engine optimisation campaigns provide an ongoing stream that can feed your business for years.
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Frequently Asked Questions About SEO
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an essential element of any digital marketing strategy. It helps businesses increase their visibility and reach potential customers in Adelaide, Australia. SEO involves a range of tactics that can help websites rank higher on search engines like Google and Bing. As a result, it’s important for companies to understand the basics of SEO so they can get more traffic and leads from organic searches. In this article, we will discuss what SEO Adelaide is, how it works, and why businesses should consider using it as part of their online presence.
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How Much Should I Pay Someone For Seo Adelaide?
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an essential component of digital marketing and a crucial factor in the success of any website or business. It helps businesses gain visibility on search engines like Google, so paying someone to do SEO for your business can be worthwhile. A key question then becomes: how much should one pay for SEO services?
The answer depends on several factors such as what type of service you need, the size of your project, and more. For example, if you are looking for help with content strategy or optimizing your website for search results, it will likely cost less than launching a PPC ad campaign or improving user experience. Additionally, some companies may offer flat-rate packages while others charge by the hour.
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Can Do Seo On My Own?
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an important component of digital marketing solutions and encompasses a variety of strategies, such as link building, social media marketing, email marketing, XML sitemaps, alt text, web design, and more. The question then becomes whether it is possible to do SEO on one's own or if professional help should be sought.
A basic understanding of how the search engine works is helpful for those looking to take on their own SEO project. For example, knowing the difference between a query and a keyword can help in crafting effective content that will attract organic traffic from search engines. Additionally, when creating website content, understanding concepts like meta tags and alt text can make all the difference in terms of ranking well in search engine results pages (SERPs).
Moreover, having insight into frequently asked questions about user experience can go a long way towards making sure visitors stay engaged with your site once they have found it via SERP rankings. Knowing what kind of images are best suited for the different types of devices used by searchers today - desktop computers versus mobile phones - could also mean the difference between success and failure when attempting DIY SEO projects. Finally, knowledge of current trends within web design can be crucial when tailoring content to market effectively online.
In order to successfully complete an SEO project without hiring outside help requires substantial time investment as well as a comprehensive understanding of many technical aspects related to digital media. It may not always be necessary or desirable to hire professionals but depending on the level of competition for certain keywords investing in experienced specialists may be worth considering for optimal results.
How Much Does Seo Cost Australia?
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an essential component of digital marketing that can help to increase traffic and visibility for a website. SEO, when done strategically and correctly, helps businesses reach their targeted audience more effectively. Adelaide in Australia has been at the forefront of online marketing since its inception due to the influx of web designers, graphic design companies, and digital marketers who specialize in SEO services. Therefore, it is important for business owners in Adelaide to understand how much does SEO cost in Australia.
The price range for SEO services may vary depending on the size and scope of the project or company needs. Generally speaking, basic packages include keyword research, competitor analysis, website optimization and content creation/ promotion which starts around $500 per month while comprehensive plans might cost up to thousands of dollars per month. Moreover, other factors such as social media campaigns, paid search engine advertising campaigns, blog writing/submissions etc., will also affect the total cost involved with SEO services. Additionally, if you are looking for complex solutions like slide shows or custom developments then you should be prepared to pay more too as these require specialized skillset and knowledgebase from experts.
Businesses need to evaluate their goals carefully before they decide on what type of service they want so they don’t end up paying extra money on features that won’t necessarily be useful for them - this includes things like buying backlinks or using automated software instead of manual labor as well as outsourcing certain tasks overseas where costs could be lower but quality could suffer significantly. When selecting any kind of digital marketing solution including SEO services it is always better to go with an experienced local provider who knows your market inside out rather than risking potential losses due to lack of experience or trustworthiness issues.
Conclusion About Adelaide SEO
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Search engines like Google have a ranking system which provides every website with a quality score. The better your quality score towards a certain keyword, the higher your website will be ranked in the organic search results for that keyword.
Our Adelaide SEO service achieves this by:
Keywords are still important. Detailed keyword research is performed to ensure maximum search engine visibility is achieved from the searches that count.
On-Page SEO - Content Recommendations
We'll share our white hat tactics to advise you on how you can further optimise your content to further improve your quality score.
Improving User Experience
The user experience of your website is very, very important. Google will penalise your website's quality score, if it sees that users are having a bad experience. To avoid this, we will help to ensure your website answers these important questions.
- Can this business solve my problem?
- Can I trust this business to solve my problem?
- Can I get the information I am looking for quickly and easily?
Off-Page SEO - Online Credibility Booster
To improve the credibility of your website, backlinks are acquired from other websites with high domain authority. Think of this as generating social proof for your website. We create backlinks to your site on real, quality business websites; the kind of backlinks you will actually be proud of and want to share with your audience.
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Marketing is never black and white. Although we are confident that we can improve the chance that your business will be profitable, we can't guarantee this, as there are just too many variables at play.
What we can promise however, is that, when you work with the SEO Adelaide team at Market Ease, you can expect:
- Transparency - access to 24 / 7 live, real-time, custom reporting on all the metrics that matter to you.
- Ownership access of all required platforms. We want to build your assets.
- No lock-in contracts. You're free to leave at any time if you don't see value.
- Fortnightly strategy calls with our team. Let's work together on this project.
If you feel like you can get more from your organic search results, or if you would like to learn more of about the points mentioned above, let's have a chat. Talk to our SEO Adelaide specialists by clicking on the button below or call 1300 662 990.
SEO - Adelaide | Most Asked Questions
Why is SEO Important For My Business?
SEO is a long-term strategic approach to improve the search engine organic ranking of your website. By ranking higher than your competitors organically, it essentially positions your business as a higher market authority and increases your visibility, traffic, potential customers and ultimately business growth.
What Is The Difference Between SEO & PPC?
SEO is the process of optimising your organic ranking on search engines while PPC is a paid marketing approach and is the process of bidding to be in the top search results.
Why does SEO take so much time?
There are many moving parts in an SEO strategy and not only can this take time to implement but also for the search engines to crawl and index your content. The objective of a search engine is to provide the best experience to a user. This comes down to not only delivering the most relevant and credible search results, but also heavily reflectant on the user experience too. A lot of time and resource investment is required to optimise website performance, user content and credibility.
Why is website speed important for SEO?
Website speed is a huge factor in SEO because when users have a bad experience as a result of a slow website, this is also reflected on the user experience of the search engine. Search engines want to provide a good user experience all the way through and therefore optimising your website speed can be a quick and effective way to increase your ranking.
What is off page SEO?
While on-page SEO focusses on optimising the content within your site, off-page SEO focuses on increasing the authority of your domain through content creation and earning backlinks from other high quality and relevant websites. The more quality websites talking about you (linking back to your site) the more credible you will be in the eyes of the search engines.
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