Simple SEO Mistakes
For me these are:
- Duplicating content.
- Not using analytics to know what converts.
- Bad backlinks.
- Not promoting posts.
- Ignoring image optimization.
- Not optimising on local search.
- Not using anchor text for internal links.
- Focusing on link quantity instead of link quality.
- Not having unique meta description and title tags.
- Not using available keyword tools.
Can you add anything else?
Very great info,thanks for sharing,Will be very useful for beginners.
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It is essential that you work on your campaign like a real human being. Stop over optimizing because it might penalized your account.
Focusing too little on your content,focusing too much on SEO. Not thinking about your reader,plagiarizing content,duplicated content,
no mobile optimization.
Thanks for sharing this information.
find Semantic keywords & topic-based content will be more preferable to get more traffic on your website.
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Those are really common mistakes in SEO. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the share make sure there is no duplicate content on site either... use LSI and related phrases too in the copy use 2 analytics I personally use GA and Gostats.
Yes indeed these are mistakes, but you can also include delibrate mistakes. Like paid links, link exchange or any other blackhat seos.
Thanks for sharing this informations. Its very helpful for me.
1. Focusing too little on your content
Think about your search habits. When you run a search, how often do you look at the second or third page of results? Exactly. That’s why SEO — and the content you put on your website — is so important.
2. Focusing too much on SEO
Back in the day, getting to the top of the search rankings was as simple as having the right keyword combos in your content. And the more you mentioned those keywords, the better. It made for pretty stilted content. Flash forward to today and keyword stuffing will get you kicked down the rankings, rather than up. Google has learnt context — and rewards sites that produce quality content that answers users’ search queries.
3. Not thinking about your reader
It’s essential to think about the type of reader who will be visiting your website. What do they want? What are they searching for? What problem do they need to solve? What are their fears and desires? Their ambitions and needs?
4. Plagiarising content
Pilfering content from another website without their permission is illegal. And you will sink down the search rankings like an anchor to the seabed. In extreme cases your entire site may be de-indexed, making it impossible to find through search.
5. Duplicated content
By this we mean having identical content on different pages of your website. Google doesn’t like it. It wants you to be original, so get your creative cap on.
6. Ignoring the tag
Your tag tells search engines – and readers – what your page is about. It will be displayed on the search results pages, and in your visitor’s browser tab, so make sure it’s clear to incentivise those clicks.
7. Making the navigation too complicated
It goes without saying that web users want websites that are clear, logical and easy to click around. But did you know Google prefers simple navigation too? It makes it easier for its search bots to crawl and index your content – so there’s more chance of your website being returned in the search results.
8. Not optimising for mobile
Google recently rolled out one of the single biggest changes to its algorithm ever. In a nutshell, it now favours websites that are optimised for mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. Put it this way: if your competitor’s website is mobile-ready and yours isn’t, it probably won’t be you that gets the clicks.
9. Forgetting about SEO optimisation for your images
Google’s search bots are pretty clever, but they don’t have eyes. Give your images descriptive file names — for example, leather-chair.jpg rather than img201752 — and use alt-text to explain what your image portrays. Sure, a picture says a thousand words. But a short sentence to explain it will go a long way.
10. Getting obsessed with traffic volume
If you run a high street shoe shop, you don’t want it to be full of people who have no intention of buying shoes. The same applies online. Attracting oodles of visitors shouldn’t be your goal. The aim of the game is to attract the right type of visitors – i.e. your target audience. Keep your content relevant to your products, services and the problems of your audience.
Thanks for sharing this information.
Thank You guys. I am a beginner in SEO. I have got much suggestion for the best method of SEO and other fundamental points. But this forum is really helpful to me.
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