In this article, I will show you how to do SEO in your blog.
The full form of SEO is search engine optimization, it means how to get organic traffic to your blog by making your content search engine friendly.
In this section, you will learn about meta tags.
Meta tags are used inside the
head element, which helps the search engine to know better about your content.
The meta description tag helps the search engine to generate a search results snippet (sometimes google chooses randomly from your content).
<meta name="description" content="write a short description about your post" />
It tells the search engine how to crawl and index your site.
<meta name="robots" content="index, follow" />
- index - No problems index my page.
- follow - follow any links on the page as part of crawling.
- noindex - it stops the page from being indexed.
- nofollow - Don't follow any links from this page as part of crawling.
The meta viewport tag helps the browser to scale your blog width according to the device screens, and also you are telling google how mobile-friendly your page is.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
width=device-width means display my page according to the device pixels.
Writing better titles help the users and search engines to understand the content of a particular page.
The length of the title tag should be 50–60 Characters (after 60 google add ellipsis ...)
Include your main keyword in the title.
Use Synonyms like (iterate, loop, etc)
Adding numbers to your title
Sometimes you are linking your posts through anchor tags by using text like
check out my post or
click here, visit
my blog etc.
Link text tells the search engine crawlers what page you are linking to.
Suppose I want to link to my previous blog post, how can I do is.
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Always prefer short URLs instead of long URLs and also include your main keyword in the URL.
Google better understands about your image, if you use descriptive text in your image files names.
For example, use
green-glass.png instead of
Use Alt attribute
Some cases images are failed to load in that case alternative text description is displayed in the place of an image.
<img src="green-glass.png" alt="green glass with air bubbles"/>
According to Google webmasters, Don't use CSS to display images it's a bad practice always use
A breadcrumb list allows users to navigate back to the root page or category page.
Recently I have implemented in my blog reactgo.com.
I hope this article will help you to improve your organic search results in 2020.