Title tags let the search engines know what this page is about. We include critical key words in the Title Tag description so that Google can return that description when people search for keyword terms in the description. The idea here is to increase click-through rate.
Meta description, though not as important as other consideration in terms of search engine ranking, when keywords contained in the meta description are also contained in the title tag they can still increase the click-through rate from the search engine results page (SERP) when they come up in searches people might be doing in Google.
Content with Targeted Keyword Phrases
One of the best way to improve SEO is to make sure that your content is unique. Since Google rolled out Panda in 2011, websites need to make sure content is of high quality, useful and relevant to the terms in that title tag and the meta description, and that it isn’t just duplicate content from somewhere else on the site or from some other site. It is also important to keep ads to a minimum. Finally using the Robots noindex and nofollow commands correctly to that the same content in two sections of the website aren’t counted as duplicate content is also very important to seatch engine ranking.
Header Tags and Keyword Phrases
All websites built by SagacicWeb Designs make sure that there is one and only one H1 title per page. This is very important, because if there are two H1 titles on the same page, Google thinks the site is trying to create a drag net, directing searches for any topic to the website. As a result, Google will devalue the rank for that page; we make sure that doesn’t happen.
Internal Page Linking with Anchor Text
Internal linking refers to a link on a page that points to another page on the same website. Internal linking is important because it helps strengthen those keywords internally for those pages, it allows users (and search engine robots) to navigate through the website, and it tells the search engines that the page is relevant for that keyword phrase.
Image ALT Tags and Filenames
Having descriptive alt attributes for images tags is the best way to help Google decide if that image is relevant to a search someone is executing on a particular topic. The file names for images should be short, but long enough to identify what the image is about. This is how your sites images will come up to the top of a Google image search.
We make sure that the search engines have the easiest time possible identifying your content, and having Search Engine Friendly URLs is an important part of that process. A URL like https://www.sagacicweb-3.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=58&Itemid=111, would not be understood by the search engines at all and so this page would not receive very favorable ranking, but a URL like https://www.sagacicweb-3.com/sagacic-web-designs-solutions would be ranked highly in terms of solutions provided by Sagacic Web Designs. This is what we mean by SEO URLs.