28 February 2018

Website Optimization Techniques

Website Optimization Techniques
A big part of Search Engine Optimization is optimizing your website to make it easier for visitors to navigate and use.

Even if you don’t have much experience optimizing websites for the user experience, you can probably remember websites you’ve visited in the past which you thought were put together well; or not so well.

Your website must be easy for visitors to use if you want them to stick around at all. That doesn’t mean there can’t be compelling and maybe even controversial content, only that it must be easy to find and access for the visitor who wants to see it.

Related: What Is Seo?

Streamlining is a popular word here, and in essence, the practice denotes removing extraneous steps, buttons, typing and clicks from a website’s navigation.

This could sound like a daunting task, but it’s not as difficult as it may seem at first.
Adding a single search bar to the top of a website, one which shows up on every page throughout that website, is a good way to allow users to search through a website for whatever particular content they want, whenever the urge to search hits them.

Likewise, organizing your website into various sections, each with their own unique focus, will help visitors to find the content they’re seeking, as well as similar content they might also enjoy perusing.

Website Optimization is about more than just making a page easier for users to browse through and navigate. There are also several things a website manager can do to optimize the website for their own devices. 

Anyone using a website for marketing purposes absolutely must include a catch page. Essentially, a catch page is just like any other page on a website, except that it contains some boxes where users can enter contact information like email addresses, phone numbers and more. 
They can be made to look like something else (such as a form for site membership which must be filled out for access to certain parts of the website), but the end goal is always the same.

Sending out advertisements through email has become more and more difficult, with penalties being ramped up for those who don’t do things the proper way.

You can avoid any litigation related to spamming or flooding uninterested parties by using one of those catch pages to collect information for your marketing campaign beforehand.

Obviously, anyone who is willing to give you his or her contact information can be assumed willing to receive further correspondence from you or at least that’s what people agree to when they share those addresses and numbers.

So, how does all this help to make your website appear more often in search engine results?

It might not be apparent at first, but then few things on the Internet are for first-time webmasters who don’t yet know the way things work. 

Visitors who really like the look or feel of a website are more likely to recommend the website to their friends, coworkers, family members and other people with whom they are close, people just have a way of sharing the things they like, as well as the things they dislike.
The more your website gets passed around between users all over the country (or even the world), the more popular search engines will start to take notice of your website, and the higher up it will generally appear in rankings and results.

Optimizing your website will invariably lead to more organic traffic later on in the life of that website, so there’s no reason you shouldn’t do it. 

This is a good idea for smaller and newer websites, but established sites with dozens or more pages of content might also benefit from an occasional optimization.

Good luck!
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