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What is meant by Search Engine Optimisation?

If you have been involved with the internet for any length of time then you must have heard the term “search engines”. If you have used the internet to find some information about some product or service, then your search led you to a web page that was linked with another web page and so on. This web of information is the basis on how search engines work in a simplified manner. SEO, or Search Engine Optimisation is a method of improving your website’s ranking on the SERPs. In this article, I will take a look at what is meant by search engine optimisation or SEO, as well as how you can implement the best strategies possible.

How can I do SEO for my website?

You finally decided it’s time to act on your idea for an online business; you’re going to start an internet company that you’ll build from the ground up. It’s high time you make the leap and start working towards your freedom. But then it hits you like a ton of bricks. There are so many things to consider when starting a business online… One thing I hear from a lot of people, though, is that they don’t even know where to begin with SEO.

Does SEO cost money?

Hey, I see a lot of people talking about SEO costs and I have to say I’m puzzled by some of them. As someone who has been doing SEO for several years now, I’m here to tell you that it does not cost money to do SEO. Sure, you can pay someone to help you with your SEO or have an agency handle it for you. But with a little work on your part, the rewards you’ll reap from SEO are priceless. And I should know; as I said, I do this stuff for a living.

Can I teach myself SEO?

You’ve seen the articles online about teaching yourself SEO. Google them, you’ll find them. Articles that promise to teach you everything you need to know about SEO in a few weeks. If I could just read one of those and become an SEO expert…if only it were that easy. You can learn some SEO on your own, but you won’t reach true elite status by doing it. The reason is simple though: What most people call “SEO” are things that are more accurately described as ‘on-page optimisation,’ ‘backlink acquisition,’ or ‘technical SEO.’ Google wants these things done because they want to deliver its search users the best content.

Is SEO a dying industry?

SEO has changed dramatically over the years. The landscape of on-page SEO, link building, keyword targeting, and content marketing has drastically evolved. Search engine optimisation is suffering as a result. I no longer consider myself an SEO. In fact, I’d go as far as to say that most people in the industry will eventually stop calling themselves SEOs and instead be known as ‘web developers’ or ‘content marketers’ or maybe ‘marketers’.

What are SEO tools?

To get started with search engine optimisation, the very first thing that you should do is analyze your website. This is the most fundamental part of SEO. This will provide crucial information that will help you to optimise your website for search engine visibility. You can simply do this by analyzing metadata and content on your web pages. However, there are many amazing SEO tools out there that can make it easier for you to achieve your goals.

Does SEO require coding?

People often wonder if SEO requires coding, but it doesn’t. Well, maybe some rudimentary HTML coding – and that’s about it. Many people believe that they need to learn coding to perform SEO work because they see a lot of the top-ranking websites using “coding” in their <head> section to further optimize their sites. If you have recently found yourself wondering if SEO requires coding, I’ll tell you why you can stop looking for a techie co-founder. Believe it or not, coding is just one more way of implementing SEO on your site.

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