06 Dec The Anatomy of an Optimized Web Page INFOGRAPHIC
If you publish on the web, you know how important it is to optimize your website and individual pages. A well-optimized page can result in many more visitors, likes, and shares. And the opposite is true, no matter how great your blog post is, if your page is not well optimized, no one will find it and the chances of it being shared and liked are very small.
Take a look at this infographic and learn what you should do in order to make sure that you properly optimize your pages and the site.
Few things you can to do to make sure your page follows latest optimization rules include: making page urls are easy to understand and descriptive about the topic of the page. Adding description meta tags that clear, so people who find your website in Google know exactly what your page is about. Remembering to include visual content like images and videos, splitting up content on easy to scan sections and adding h1, h2 tags.
A well-optimized page will likely earn higher search engine position than the page that has not been optimized, which will in turn, mean more views, more social media shares and likes, and most importantly, new customers discovering your product or service.