The best practice for optimizing your website for mobile devices is to start at the website’s conception. New sites are infinitely easier to set up for mobile viewing. But beyond optimization for mobile devices, some core SEO practices hold for mobile and standard computer devices. For example, although stacking keywords is falling out of fashion, they’re not entirely out of vogue yet. And yes, Google optimizes its algorithms constantly, so staying on top of things separates the winners from the also-rans. Our experts atArt of Strategy Consulting have the solutions you need.
There are quite a few topics to touch for on-page SEO, but a few are often overlooked. First, remember your headers and page formatting and optimize the Hx tags. Proper headers help Google understand essential parts of your content. Also, accessibility helpers like screen readers rely on the hierarchy of headers, so don’t hurt your SEO by mislabeling.
Always include alt tags with your images. Keywords in your images don’t hurt when they help describe what’s in or happening in the image. Although a flood of keywords doesn’t carry the weight it used to, the better you describe the image, the better. Speed also matters, so trim large files when they slow loading speeds.
Not only do people ignore anything past the fifth Google result, but the blurbs under the links are read most. So make sure your meta descriptions accurately describe your page’s content. Not only will it help with your ranking potential, but it also improves user experience. Of course, nobody clicks on a link missing a meta description, but what’s worse is a meta that completely misses the mark.
FSEO for mobile devices is best done from the outset of creating a new website. If not, you have your work cut out for you. But obeying good fundamental SEO (FSEO) principles can get the results you want. So trust our experts at AOS to help with your FSEO efforts today!