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A responsive design means that the design adjusts itself to the device it’s being used on. Responsive designs are great for both visitors and search engine crawlers. They a consistent experience for visitors to your website, regardless of the device they’re using. Google values websites that provide their visitors with a good mobile experience (and other search engine crawlers are doing the same). The reason behind this is that in late 2015, the number of mobile searches in Google surpassed the number of desktop searches. So making sure your website caters to mobile visitors is very important.

Building websites is hard. Building SEO-friendly websites is even harder. It’s all too common that a development team’s members are high-fiving each other after a massive project, and yet it turns out that the website’s not up to contemporary SEO standards.

On a page level, you should be able to overwrite these templates with manually defined ones.

HTTPS.

Here again, you want to define the robots directives on the following three levels:

That way you can quickly define a default title tag template for all of your blog articles. Or all the pages surrounding a certain service.

Something we see time and time again, is SEO requirements getting de-prioritised by the development team and/or business stakeholder, often in favour of hitting the website launch deadlines. This can generally be avoided with strong communication between teams and involving the SEO team at the start of the project. If we only see your project a week before launch, we’re, more often than not, going to find something that could delay your launch.

Furthermore, avoid using parameters in URLs as much as possible. They don’t show visitors what to expect when going to a page, and they can also cause crawl issues.

Here’s what’s important to keep in mind when dealing with robots.txt:

You’ve got a page named “adidas Ultra Boost size 44”, so the title becomes: “adidas Ultra Boost size 44 – Buy adidas shoes”.

When do SEO specialists need to be involved?

Something to keep in mind when preparing to launch a new website is ensuring it’s future-proof for potential optimization and company growth in the future. What might fit the company’s website requirements right now may one day be obsolete, so make sure to clarify what long term goals they hope to achieve with their site and service. Quick ways to guarantee future improvement involves creating a site structure that is optimal for additional subdirectories or categories when necessary, and that structured data, content strategies and user experience plans can be adapted for varying topics. Also, if your client is planning (either now or one day) international expansion, check if your suggested hreflang implementation can cater to that. Thinking about the potential bigger picture and upcoming plans will save you and your company tons of time and stress in the future.

For a website that’s available in multiple languages and/or regions, be sure to use the hreflang attribute. The hreflang attribute is used to indicate what language your content is in and what geographical region your content is meant for. You can define the hreflang attribute by including it in the <head> section, or using the HTTP header.

If you’re working on a website for a publisher, then you need to consider implementing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). We don’t recommend implementing AMP for any other type of website.

By default, the robots directives should allow indexing, and not have the nofollow directive applied.

Robots directives.

An H1 heading on a page should convey its main topic. For that reason, you shouldn’t put the H1 heading around the logo, and you should only use one H1 heading per page.

In this section, we’ll be focusing on the Information Architecture SEO requirements for web development. Part of that is defining the URL structure, and how it behaves under certain conditions.

Studies have shown that visitors like fast-loading pages. They decrease bounce rates and raise conversion rates. Amazon found that their revenue increased by 1% for every 100ms decrease in load time. On top of that, having fast loading pages helps your SEO. Especially on the first page of Google, page speed can really make a difference. And, as of May 2021, Google will take into account more metrics that aim to measure user experience. This new set of metrics is called Core Web Vitals.

Do the same for page variants.

Pick your SEO battles. Make sure you do your homework about the type of website and the SEO specifics for that type of website. Is it a local-oriented website? Then make sure you’re investing time in local SEO (e.g. mentioning the city and surrounding villages or regions in the content). It’s one of the most forgotten things for smaller local oriented websites. Is it an e-commerce website? Then make sure you’re incorporate buying or comparing intent of your target audience in the content, and meta information etc. Is it a content website? Then check if you can find content gaps in your competitors’ content.

But don’t just throw images in for the sake of it. Make an effort to find or create images that improve the reader’s experience.

If you want Google to make sure Google indexes any of the blocked pages correctly, you should remove the rule that’s causing the block from your robots.txt file.

You can usually find your sitemap at one of these URLs:

Google Analytics is a free tool that lets you see how many people are visiting your site, where they’re coming from, and how they’re interacting with it.

For example, if we check the Lost Links report in Ahrefs’ Site Explorer for the Ahrefs Blog, we see hundreds of lost links in the last 7 days.

1. Solve the reader’s problem.

Duplicate content is exact or near-duplicate content that appears on the web in more than one place. It’s a common ecommerce SEO issue thanks to faceted navigation. That alone can cause hundreds of duplicate content issues.

How do you know which is the best keyword?

Think about how much harder it would be to read this page without subheadings.

But to create truly great content, you need to go further and really consider the visitor’s problem.

For example, take a query like “productivity tips.” It’s clear from assessing search intent that searchers want a listicle-style blog post. And if we research the top-ranking posts, we see common advice like “take breaks” and “put things down on paper.”

For example, these two pages are about losing weight…

Although you can add a table of contents to any page, they’re best-suited to lengthy content that might otherwise be difficult to navigate. As most of our posts are 2,000+ words, they make a lot of sense for our visitors.

Picking the right keyword is important, but all your efforts will be in vain if your content isn’t up to scratch. Follow these tips to level up your content.

Linking to other websites is a great way to provide value to your users. Oftentimes, links help users to find out more, to check out your sources and to better understand how your content is relevant to the questions that they have.

6. Create and submit a sitemap.

How do you find similar posts with lots of backlinks?

If you’re using a different website platform like Shopify, you probably don’t need an SEO plugin.

Schema markup helps search engines to understand your content better. But it can also dramatically affect how your page shows up in the SERPs.

Shows how many different websites are linking to this piece of content. As a general rule, the more websites link to you, the higher you rank in Google.

For example, we can see from the URLs and titles of the top-ranking results for “marketing skills” that they’re all blog posts. As for the format, they’re mostly listicles.

For example, here’s a resource page listing digital marketing resources:

3. Set up Ahrefs Webmaster Tools.

Each branch on the map should be an internal link to allow search engines and visitors to navigate between pages.

Google’s “People Also Ask” box gives some insight into this:

If a page is mentioning and linking to multiple competitors, but not you, it might be a link worth pursuing.

Research is another important step.

This structure means you don’t need to go through everything on this checklist today. Do the one-time tasks first, then the periodic tasks, then complete the ongoing tasks each time you publish a new page.

Just don’t rely on this entirely . Check the results yourself for things that may indicate a hard keyword to crack, like:

Learn how to set it up in this guide.

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