I have been putting it off and putting it off, but the time has finally come, I have finally broken down and set up my very own blog so I can start sharing my personal and professional web design experiences with the world from my web site.
I hope you will find my postings to be helpful, insightful and interesting. Ok, so now onto the content.
So if you had to rank the key anatomy elements of a web page what would they be? Here is how I would rank them from most important on…
- Page Tile
- <h1> tag
- <h2> tag
- <h3> tag
- <p> tags that are bold
- in page link text
- page description
- page keywords
These are the key tags that should be focused on and optimized with key words and phrases that relate most to the products, services, and audience that you are trying to target. Now don’t get me wrong, I am not suggesting that you simply saturate your web site with these tags and cram them full of keywords and phrases to get yourself ranked higher, obviously if it were that simple I wouldn’t be taking the time to write this blog posting now would I!? 🙂
The secret here is to plan ahead and come up with a Search Engine Optimization Strategy. Know who your audience is, know what your product is and create a focused list of words and phrases that are most likely to produce the traffic and visits that you are looking to have on your web site. So what do I mean by a search engine strategy? What I mean by Search Engine Strategy is not only keywords and phrases but also page layout and relevance. Where will you place each term and phrase to create a road map for search engine crawlers to create a road map to your web content to return more positive search results?
These are the things that we specialize here at Nelson Design Studios. We can help you fully develop your Search Engine Strategy and content relevance planning to ensure that all of your web pages are SEO compliant. If you are curious how your web site stacks up, give us a call at 325-2429 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In my next posting I will detail the proper way to plan out a web page road map for content relevance!