Basic concepts of SEO for beginners
If you came to this article after reading that title I assume you are a beginner to SEO, well there are many blogs that provide beginners guide for SEO where they explain about how it works, why is it important and what tools to use and stuff like that, but if you are beginner don't you think that first you should be aware of the the terminologies being used in SEO.
SEO is like a magic wand for many online businesses, it doesn't matter whether you are a new blogger or you run a website you need SEO.
It is like fuel to vehicles your vehicle needs fuel to run and your website needs good SEO, so that more and more people get to know about you.
So before you fill this fuel in vehicle you should be aware about it's elements, and that's why I thought to share a article where I will be mentioning only about the terminologies just that.
You can assume it as reading alphabets before writing sentences and stories.
2. ALT Text
3. Anchor Text
5. Black Hat
6. Bot, Crawler or Spider
7. Destination Page
8. Duplicate Content
9. Internal Links
10. Link Building
11. Meta Description
12. Meta Keyword
15. Title Element
16. XML Sitemap
Starting from the bottom yes we will start from the bottom
16. XML Sitemap: A listing of web pages on your site that helps search engines understand your website.
15. Title Element: The title of a web page as indicated in the HTML of a page. Also often used as the title of your page in a search engine results page.
14. Redirect: An automatic forward to a different URL than the one entered by the user.
13.Ranking: A listing’s position on a search engine results page.
12. Meta Keyword: A short list of several words that succinctly describe the content of a page. Not used by any search engine.
11. Meta Description: The description of a web page included in the code of the page. May also be used as a part of the description in the search engine results page.
10. Link Building: The process of encouraging high-quality, relevant incoming links to a website through the creation of unique, relevant content that can naturally gain popularity in the Internet community.
9. Internal Links: Links from one page to another page within the same website.
8. Duplicate Content: Content that it is similar or identical to content found on another website. Search engines tend to ignore duplicate content.
7. Destination Page: The page being linked to from another page.
6. Bot, Crawler or Spider: A program designed to browse the content on the Internet and collect information about it to help searchers find what they’re looking for.
5. Black Hat: Manipulative or deceptive SEO tactics that optimize only for search engines and not for users.
4. Backlink: Any link incoming into a page or website from another page or website.
3. Anchor Text: The visible or clickable part of a link on a web page.
2. ALT Text: Text used in the code of a page to describe an image. If an image is broken and can not be loaded, the ALT text appears in a blank box that would normally contain the image. ALT text is also used by screen readers to improve accessibility for blind and visually impaired people, to tell them what the image represents.
1. Algorithm: A set of rules used by computers to solve problems. Search engines use algorithms to determine the rankings of a page for a specific search query.
Well I have tried to keep it short and simple and I hope after reading this article you will be more curious to know about SEO how is it done , what are the tools and everything I will be soon uploading a new blog for that it is in my list too.
Keep shining and writing!
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