Posted by admin on 23rd july 2016
Google has very prescribed requirements when it is being asked to locate and index your website . It looks at
- the site design
- the site code
- the site content,
- and refers to back links
1. Make sure your website looks good and is easy to read
The design of your website is important. Does your website look good? Can all important pages be found quickly and easily? Can search engines access all pages of your site? Does your website look good on desktop computers and mobile phones? The appearance of your website has an influence on the success of your date with Google.
Make sure your website loads quickly and there is no coding errors
If you don’t show up on the date, Google won’t index your web pages. If your web pages deliver error codes, Google won’t be able to index them. If you’re late (read: slow loading web pages), you won’t make a good impression. Slow loading pages and web pages with error codes usually do not get high rankings.
Have something good to say
Talk about the right things on your first date and chances are that there will be a second date. The content on your web pages is important. Offer interesting and compelling content that encourages website visitors to become your customers. Search engines like web pages with good content.
Make sure you provide interesting and well-presented information; otherwise the date will go wrong. Better avoid that awkward moment if you want to get high ranking