SEO in CEBU

An Easy and Right Ways of Doing SEO

Interestingly, most terms and activities surrounding the online space, especially if they are more technical in nature have two possible designations associated with them. Whitehat, and Blackhat. When it comes to a website’s visibility within search engines, those terms especially apply. It is best to remember the distinction this way: Whitehat SEO is genuine, organic, and will last for a long time, but that of course also means that it is hard work and takes dedication to build up.

– First, you need to pick a good domain name for your website, a kind of domain name that most describes what your website is actually about, and then ends with the suffix, .com, or at least .net Sure there are many websites especially now days, which seem to have a nonsensical domain ane end with .co, .io, or something like that. But it is important to keep in mind that those websites are usually popular through word-of-mouth, or because they were featured in some big magazine, not because they have implemented good white hat SEO on their website.

– Second, you need to make sure that you are actually running a content management system that is built according to good coding standards. This could be WordPress, Drupal, Ghost, Joomla, or any number of popular CMS that minify their CSS and Javascript code for better website loading speed.

– A third healthy principle with SEO is to only publish relevant, original content, which has helpful and descriptive meta-titles filled in, titles which precisely pinpoint what the content that follows them is about. A good example of this is this article in particular.

A blackhat, or illegitimate SEO approach to creating titles for clicks is that which prevails in banners that bear descriptions such as from around the web, and link to dubious articles such as An easy way to become rich overnight just by looking handsome. Google is monitoring such titles and they are pretty sure that the article behind that title is not going to deliver on its premise.

Blackhat SEO practices are those which promise to register a website into countless web directories. Nobody is visiting those directories and while this practice will in the short term create more of an internet record about your website, Google views such practices as a form of spam, especially when done very quickly in succession. While this is meant to build backlinks, commenting on other websites in your niche and exchanging ideas, or as it is simply called guest posting is a much more sure way of building an esteemed following online. Social media can be a start to creating outreach.