5 Killer Methods to Optimize your SEO Content

When competition is running stronger than ever an optimized site is a necessary requirement. It both shows the skill and reliability of your brand and builds its visibility. Much has been said about the link among SEO and a better ranking, however insufficient about the significance of optimizing a site for mobile phones.

The majority of visits come from mobile devices and the number of mobile users is growing rapidly. That is why it is important to think about other optimization aspects, notably about images and design on top of SEO.

Optimization doesn’t have to be a cumbersome one while it is an ongoing effort. Let’s take a look at a couple of tricks you can use on a regular basis to make continual optimization seamless and fast.

According to Will Cartwright, Founder of getting Known Pros, “Optimizing content can be beneficial in many ways. Most importantly, it can bring in new people to your site. There are many ways you can optimize your content. TO start, you should have a target keyword that you mention anywhere from 3-5 times in the article. Also, you should include images in the post, and each image should have the alt tags filled out appropriately. Also, you should have both internal pointing and external pointing links in your article. The external link should point to only very reputable sources and not blog articles”

Role learning with keywords:

The importance of keywords is extremely obvious. It is more important than the quality of content and smart placement of target keywords so they don’t be shown as fake and forced.

Primary and secondary are the two types of keywords. Google queries are served with the help of primary keywords while helping your page to rank better is associated with Secondary keywords. Placement of the keywords should be in the title, the first and last sections, and in the body text for best outcomes.

Keywords also serve to help with linking in addition to better linking. Both internal and external links are features of a well-optimized website, all of which promote your keywords,  thus helping your page rank better. Internal,  Inbound, and navigational links should be updated regularly.

According to Michelle Tartalio, VP of Marketing and Corporate Strategy for Clarkston Consulting “In my experience, the best way to optimize content for SEO is by focusing on selecting the right keyword. Marketers should take the time to find a keyword that matches their content and the user’s intent. This step is so easily skipped over, but all the optimization efforts around content length and links are wasted if the keyword does not match your intent or your reader’s intent.  Take the extra time to think through how well your keyword reflects your content and ensure it is unique enough to capture the right audience. Once you have the perfect keyword, making sure the title and introductory paragraph include the keyword is important, so people realize they are reading exactly what they expected to read”

To wrap things up, image keywords also need to be optimized. Keywords ought to be utilized in file names and image alt attributes. Your website becomes an image search friendly in this way. Ensure that the content accompanying the image is appropriate as to not lose visitors.

Sub-headers and headers:

Headers portray the content beneath them and provide context to the article. Headers should highlight keywords for better ranking, more specifically the primary keyword. For best outcomes, the header ta needs to be optimized for a long tail each keyword, with the answer following below.

The phrases that are highly specific to the products and services you are promoting are long-tail keywords. As such, they answer explicit inquiries, which are likely to generate sales than general ones as a client asking explicit inquiry knows exactly what they are searching for.


Links are mostly ignored, however actually they can keep a client on your site comparatively more if optimized properly. To be specific, if the visitor goes to another page that matches their targeted good, they’ll continue browsing for some time. Obviously, links should enable the visitor to find precisely what they’re looking for, not lead them to irrelevant pages. So, all together for the links to perform better, they are best shortened without utilizing shortener tools.

Adam Lumb from LaptopUnboxed says “Links shortened with the help of tools include random letters and numbers that don’t mention to the guest about the type of page. Rather, shorten your URLs by hand so that they clarify what page they are leading to is actually about”

Optimization of content:

The single most important factor for a well-performing website is unique content. To appear credible and show their expertise which is what all brands want is not achieved by publishing poor content. Content must be proficient and instructive and answer the query that has driven the guest to your page. Use keywords wisely and draw the attention of the reader. For instance, you may use a larger font size or a different shade of color, especially for headers and sub-headers, which should normally stand out and be visible at a glance.

According to Lauren Gast, Chief Marketing Officer at Truck Driver Institute “The best way to optimize your content for SEO purposes is to work as hard as possible to secure the coveted featured snippet position for your desired keyword. The featured snippet, also known as position zero on Google, is the direct answer to a specific question posed on the search engine. To gain this top spot, you need to write a long, well-researched content piece that directly answers just that one question. Ask and answer the question in the first paragraph and in the meta description to signal to Google that you deserve to be in the featured snippet.”

Videos and podcasts:

Videos and podcasts can be optimized contrary to popular belief. Make certain to optimize your website as well if your website features this type of content. This is easily done for your videos and podcasts to appear in your search results, you’d have to provide tapescripts.