One of the most troubling things about content creation is knowing that people see your stuff but they’re not just receiving the clicks that you think they deserve. You think that you’ve done everything in your power to boost or optimize your post by emphasizing your content’s title by strategically using fonts, “forcing” people to see them by placing them where people can see them and by making your forms simpler.
SEO is one of the most progressive fields in the world. Everything about it is centered on change and if something refuses to improve, it is then deemed obsolete and dropped. That’s how the world of SEO goes and that’s why everything about it is bordering on the cutting edge. Just recently, Google updated its algorithm with Penguin which we talked about in a previous post.
Google is now making changes to its search index by splitting its search results into different forms for their mobile and desktop iterations; these changes are expected to come into fruition in the following months. What this means is that search index is going to be prioritizing its mobile version by having it constantly updated while the desktop version will be considered a secondary index, therefore less up-to-date.
One of the most basic aspects of content writing is crafting the perfect meta tag to go with it. In an earlier post, we discussed that meta tags are one of the most basic elements of SEO and that they have been around for a really long time. A lot of people feel that meta tags are complicated and some might even argue an altogether different language like computer code.
Content is very important to SEO and I’ve always thought that the key to a successful pursuit of SEO lies in the individual’s ability to create, curate and distribute content. On one hand, WordPress is one of the best blogs to use for SEO because it incorporates SEO tools into its in-house text editor and it’s easily customizable to suit people’s needs, whatever they may be.