Page optimization is the process of making sure that your website functions in the most effective way possible in relation to search engines.
Keywords are important building blocks of any organization’s SEO strategy; optimizing a site with strategic keywords can help you largely influence your target audience. Also, regulating the keyword spread will give you the power to tweak your campaign as per requirement.
To build a successful blog, you’ll need pick the right set of keywords. Subsequently, you’ll be able to gather data about which keywords are working and which ones need more work — but how would you pick the initial set of keywords?
An ideal business website is the one that does effective promotions, builds brand and generates ample leads for the business. Based on my previous blogs, you may have gathered how structure of a website directly impacts its lead generating potential.
However, it is not just enough to know that, but its also important to understand exactly how to measure that impact and improve on it. The secret sauce of improving your website ranking is to throughly analyze it’s data.
For a moment, think of your website as a physical business. A physical business would inevitably require an office space to conduct the business. This “office” would likely host the businessperson (give them physical space to conduct their business). Likewise, even an online business requires some “hosting” platform to keep it going.
SEO – a acronym for Search Engine Optimization, is the name given to the activity of improving search engine rankings of a website or a webpage.
Workplaces can often seem like a second home. After all, you spend almost a third of your day there. Inevitably, you also tend to spend more time with your co-workers than you do with your own families.
It naturally follows that – if you’re not happy with your work environment, the resulting dissatisfaction can easily creep onto your personal life, damaging everything from your self-esteem to relationships. It can also lead to job burnout, fatigue, and depression.
I discovered something interesting in the past few days, as I learnt about Myers Briggs, a personality indicator based on Carl Jung’s theory – that states that we all have innate tendencies that direct how we see the world and how we function in it.
Are you often busy, but when you look back, you can’t help but wonder – where has all the time has gone?
In today’s world, it is so easy to be busy rather than being productive.
A few days back, I received a message on LinkedIn from a popular tech magazine editor:
“I invite you to join my network and have a mentor. I like to help young professionals. If you want to try publishing on tech topics, I’ll consider your work for our website.”