Tips on How to Optimize Header of the Blog Post

Posted by mikelanger on Jun 29, 2018
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SEO is really needed for every blog to get huge traffic. You have to write SEO Friendly post to gain good search engine rankings. To make it SEO Friendly you have to Optimize the Head and Body of the post. While optimizing we should also look on to not make any SEO Mistakes. Although as SEO is important for a blog, so every blog follows it. But the one who follows it correctly ranks higher than others in Search Engine Rankings. There are many ways to follow to optimize the head of the post.

1. Title Tag

The title tag, not to be confused with a title attribute, is usually what search engines use as the clickable text for each organic listing on a search engine results page (SERP). It’s also the text that’s displayed in the title bar at the very top of your browser window.A good rule of thumb is to keep your title tag 70 characters or shorter because that’s the number of characters Google displays for each organic search listing. It should be a short, descriptive phrase or two, containing the major keywords you are targeting for that page. Every page in your website should have a unique title tag, with the most important keywords at the beginning. The recommended phrase separators are the “|” and “-“characters.

2. Meta Tag

The description Meta tag is one of the most underutilized and underestimated head elements. Within the search results the text from a page’s description Meta tag is typically displayed below the clickable text from title tag.

3. Robots Meta Tag

The robots Meta tag is an alternate and additional way to instruct web crawlers such as Googlebot what to do when it crawls a particular web page. Be sure it’s not inappropriately set on each page. For instance, you may have a page you didn’t want indexed or crawled previously, and now you’re trying to rank that page in the search engines. You’ll need to be sure your robots Meta tag is set to crawl and index that page. Having no robots Meta tag defined means your page will be crawled and indexed normally. But, what you’ll want to look for are “noindex”, “nofollow” and “noarchive”. If any of those are set, then you’re limiting the ability of search engines to crawl and index that page.

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