5 SEO Strategies for Getting Found Online

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  • Karen L says:

    I like it. Will refer my students to this when we cover digital and interactive media.

  • Nice infographic! Would suit fine as a poster on our office.

  • Debojyoti Ghosh says:

    This is a very nice piece of information. I think creating quality backlink is the most important thing in today’s SEO strategy. Also schema helps to attract visitors.

  • What a wonderful article, thank you so much! I am certain there is a gold nugget of SEO information for everyone. Mine was that although I am a big fan of Google+ and convinced it is the way forward for getting found online in the future, I had no idea how to claim authorship of my blog articles. So easy with your fool proof instructions. Thank you so much!

  • This is a good consolidation of SEO points. I don’t know about link building being at the top. Additionally, Google has included social sharing into its algorithm, which can give a hug boost if you can get people to talk about your content. However, there is another angle on all of this. Check out this article on using PR for SEO results – hope you find it useful. http://www.massive.pr/2013/08/22/public-relations-force-behind-internet-results

  • Sani says:

    Wonderful infographic, will definitely remember these strategies!

  • I like the infographic. I think Content Creation should be listed at #1. Adding valuable content should always be priority in the SEO process.

  • Alice says:

    1) There is no such thing as an ‘SEO link’ – if you think that way you’re already on the path to being slaughtered by the Google Penguin. There are only links, links which you’d want even without Google around because they’ll get the right eyes on your website.

    2) Authorship markup is a microformat, they aren’t 2 different things.

    3) Responsive design is not an SEO tactic, it’s for usability. Yes, Google does favour mobile-friendly sites, but only in mobile results…. Don’t build a responsive site to rank better in search engines – build it because it’s good for the people visiting your website. Too many things get done solely for Google but Google just wants us all to consider what’s best for our visitors.

    4) Rel=”canonical” is only necessary if you have the same content on multiple URLs. Most ecommerce sites need it – but not even all of those. You can overcomplicate things for the search spider by adding unnecessary code. You’re better off using the .htaccess file to handle www vs non-www and only implement rel=”canonical” if you need to for internal duplication – for example filtering and reordering.

    • Mark says:

      Alice…the voice of reason. You saved me entering the same comments! Well done. I’ll add – “putting appropriate keywords in your metatags is still important as part of your SEO strategy” – I hope Angela doesn’t mean the description tag…that worked well…six years ago.

  • These are just few of the many ways for the site to get found online. I think you forgot the Social Media.

  • bijakkata says:

    Nice infographic, but you forgot social media sharing,

  • Arefin Rahman says:

    Awesome infographic, very informative.

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