Want to improve SEO for your site? In this video, you will learn some low-hanging SEO tips that will give you a boost in the search engines.
SEO can take a long time to get any kind of meaningful results.
While you can’t “force” Google to rank you faster, there are actually a number of quick things you can do to improve SEO for your website.
One of the easiest things you can do is improve page speed with lazy load. When you implement lazy loading, things like images or videos will only load when they’re visible on the page.
This will reduce initial page load time, initial page weight, and system resource usage, all of which should positively impact performance.
Find out what tools you’ll need to enable lazy loading in the video.
Next, improve clickthrough rate for pages ranking on page one.
It’s widely accepted in the SEO community that pages with a higher clickthrough rate can help increase rankings.
And since 75% of users never scroll past the first page of search results, it’s better to focus on improving CTR for your first page rankings.
Learn how to do this in the video.
Third, send emails to everyone you link to. This 10-minute outreach strategy is a great way to passively earn links and grow your network. You will learn how to do this in the video.
Fourth, add internal links to your new pages.
Internal linking helps to improve crawlability, gets your pages indexed faster, improves topical relevance, and distributes PageRank to other pages so you can rank higher in Google.
To learn how to find relevant pages to add internal links from, watch the video.
The next tip is to become a power skimmer of HARO using Gmail filters.
HARO stands for help a reporter out. It’s a free service where journalists can ask questions, and anyone can respond and be a source for mega publications like The New York Times and Forbes.
The thing with this service is that they usually send 3 emails per day which can be quite overwhelming, considering 90% of the queries probably won’t be relevant to you.