Just because you have a website doesn’t mean people will see it. Do you show up on the first page of Google? Did you know that 75% of people don’t ever go to page two of search results? What’s even crazier is that the top result of Google only has a 33% chance of getting clicked. Meaning if you’re not the first result on Google, most people don’t care or trust your site. Fixing your SEO can help boost your page and help you reach more potential customers. Continue reading to learn more.
Improve your page loading speed
Google can recognize how slow your page is, and it can ruing your search engine ranking. Not only that, but most users log off a slow running site. By today’s standards, a slow running site could be a mere 10 seconds.
Optimize your mobile site
Most Google searches are now done on mobile. If your website is not optimized for mobile devices, it could ruin the user’s experience, and negatively affect your ranking.
Headings, headings, headings. Headings make your site easier to read, helping the user experience. The longer users are on your site, the better their experience is, and the more Google will recognize you as a worthy site to be highly ranked.
Produce high-quality content
Don’t skimp on the content. As we’ve mentioned before, fresh, up-to-date content will not only reach more people, but search engine crawls can differentiate between a spammy site compared and a reliable source.
Properly Optimize Images
Resize or compress your images. As mentioned before a slow-moving site will lower your SEO rankings. TIP: We suggest you properly name your images, and having a correctly labeled ALT text has been shown to boost SEO rankings.