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974,564,550 and counting……
That's the total number of websites currently live on the net while I am posting this blog. And the number is increasing at a rate of 4 or 5 websites per second. So what does it take to build a great website? A web developer, a content writer, a business development manager or more? - it takes a lot of thought and cost clubbed over a period of time to come up with a website.
A fraction of this, if spent in taking care of the basic SEO elements can ensure faster improvements in visibility and rankings of a website on the search enginess, among the humongous number of websites up online. Here are the 5 must have SEO elements to keep in mind while building a website-
A content writer must solve for both through the content: high volume to the website and high value to the readers. A content writer might first research on the problems of the target audience and build content around it, and then try to stuff high volume keywords in it. This brings high value to the reader but might not bring a lot of traffic to the website. Or, she may take another approach towards building the content: get the list of keywords with high search volume and build content around those keywords to get high traffic. This might not bring enough value to the reader, leading to low visitor engagement. So what is the solution? Research what the problems are, your target audience is looking solution for on the internet. Build content around how your business solves those problems, rather than what you think your business solves for.
These elements can be set right by the website development team itself. The SEO manager can then focus and spend more time on other SEO techniques which require a lot of continuous effort.
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