Here are a few tips that website owners can use to improve their SEO and user experience.
Turn everything into content

Content is still ruler. Search engines still love exclusive content, and the more useful content there is on your website, the more opportunities you give searchers to find your products and services. Here are some ways to “free” additional content on your site. Here were some of his tips:
Record all and write out it all into text. interview, conversations, product DVD’s, personal opinions, etc.
Go round support emails into FAQ pages on your site
Turn PDF’s into HTML pages (although PDF files can rank on their own)
Make it Private

A major advantage that most bigger businesses don’t:  A personal voice. By making your voice heard, you’re showcasing your authority in your market, and adding trust. Buyers love hearing recommendations or reviews, and are more prejudiced to buy from those vs. product feature and advantage pages. Consumers use search engines to research products, and other than the lowest price, they’re looking for recommendations. Give them some! If you have a record, make a buyers guide in totaling to product listings. Show you’re an expert and turn your knowledge into personalized business. Teaching is a great way to make sales.

Improve your site’s speed

Sites can be infamously slow. Site speed is usually one of the last things that business owners care about. But now that Google has introduced speed into the ranking algorithm, it’s time to gravely start inspection out how fast your site loads. But more highly, when you improve your site’s speed, you’re also improving your customer’s knowledge. Don’t make users wait to buy your products! You can use tools like Web Page Analyzerand the Firefox addition YSlow! to see what’s taking your pages so long to load. If you’re using a blog or shopping cart software, search for caching plugins for your software.
Refine internal linking

Internal links can adjoin value to your site significantly, but many businesses don’t understand that you have to develop a linking mindset in order to really capitalize on it. It takes extra time to research old post links and include them in your articles, but the benefits are great. Sites like Copyblogger do an excellent job of referencing older posts in their articles. Not only does this strategy help with SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION, it also adds to the user experience, giving them more imagine long and hard concerning your site’s linking planning. Is your navigation plan getting to all of your content? Aside from adding sitemaps, associated products and posts keep both visitors and search engines happy. Popular posts lists are also great for making sure your best content is getting seen and linked to.

Deep linking.

Make sure you have links coming in to as many pages as possible. What does it tell a search engine when other web sites are linking to different pages on your site? That you obviously have lots of valuable content. What does it tell a search engine that all your links are coming in to the home page? That you have a shallow site of small value, or that your links were generated by automation rather than by the value of your site. Here is an example of deep linking, in this case to my personal contentment workbook.

Become a foreigner.
UK and Canada the have many directories for websites of companies based in those countries. Can you get a business address in one of those countries?

Social bookmarking.
Make it easy for your guests to social bookmark your website, creating significant links that the search engines value. There are abundance of free social bookmarking widgets accessible.

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