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Boost Your Google SEO Score

1 – Blog Title

A Site’s Home Page Title usually appear in the header, but it must also be an H1 header. And this is where your Short tail Keywords will serve you well. Also, your title must not exceed 60 characters including all spaces because that’s the maximum allowed by all Major Search Engines. It is however more advisable to not exceed 55 characters, just to be safe and your site can be indexed by All Major Search Engines. Try to target your Niche and a common need within, then make those keywords your Site Title Baseline.

2 – H2 Header

Your Blog Post Titles should be H2 headers, and again you must target your Niche and Keywords. Only this time you must try to apply your Long Tail Keywords. Never use Unfriendly S.E.O characters in any H1 or H2 Header content. These are any character you enter by using the “Shift” button on your keypad like apostrophes, question marks and even underscores. If you have a good anchor text, then that will also be great for using in the context of your H2 header.

When your S.E.O is done properly by the use of Plugins, then each post will be an individual URL on its own. Which is why it’s so important not to use Unfriendly S.E.O Characters. These characters will amount to a low S.E.O score, because unfriendly URLs will result in your Blog Score dropping quite considerably.

Your Post Title is also not a sales pitch, it should indicate the baseline message of your post. Think of the thought you wish to inspire with your audience, and remember, offering something useful as a solution to a problem always works!

Post Content – Now Domain and Page Authority are other fields that need attention, and that can be boosted by posting content in excess of 1000 – 2000 words. This will boost your Domain Authority, where High Quality Comments will boost your Page Authority. This is also why it is so important to have a Spam Blocking Plugin installed, and always apply the “All comments to be approved first” inside your c-Panel settings.

When you do this manually, simply click on the website provided in the comment (Open in a new window) and see if the site is indeed active. Then check that the site is indeed indexed in Major Search Engines. Same goes for the email used in the comment, test and confirm legitimacy. Should either of these not be active, then rather delete the comment because broken links are damaging to your Blog S.E.O Score.

And just a word of advice on your post content; Never refer to another page or offer on your blog, because you may want to use your High Quality Post and also publish it as an Article. This will make your content useful wherever it is published and will build credibility.

3 – Meta Description

The Meta Description is kind of like a summary of what your visitor can expect, and again you must avoid all unfriendly S.E.O characters. The Meta Description must not exceed 160 characters, but as with the Site Title a lesser count is advisable, like 155 characters maximum.

Throughout these steps, your Short Tail, Long Tail and Anchor Text Keywords must populate your headers and content throughout its entirety. You want to target a specific audience which is the only way to drop your visitor Bounce Rate.

Wait, what is the “Bounce Rate”? – The Bounce Rate is basically a visitor that opens your Blog URL, but almost immediately closes it again. You want visitors that will open your site link and stay because your content inspires interest.

Someone looking for a Dieting Product will have no interest in something like a new Flat Screen TV for instance, and that visitor will simply just leave your site and become another Bounce Statistic. I cannot place enough exclamation on Keywords, because many newbies don’t do this research and is the single most common mistake resulting in a measly 3% success rate.

Generating an income online as an Affiliate Marketer or Blogger is a Science, not a Contest and there is no final destination. Just hard work, a lot of research and constant learning.