| Welcome to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
Are you dissatisfied with the performance of your website? Maybe it’s time to take another close look at your web pages. Look at your website with the eyes of an uninterested third party. This week’s article will help you to do that.
In the news: why Google removes small directories from the result pages, the 2012 retail season, Google AdWords ad security, and more.
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| 1. Five steps: how to check your website
|Are you dissatisfied with the performance of your website? Maybe it’s time to take another close look at your web pages. Look at your website with the eyes of an uninterested third party. Step back and take a neutral look on your website:
Check: Are your web pages fast enough?
Check: What is your website about?
Your website visitors should see at a glance what your website is about. Come straight to the point. Tell your website visitors what they will get on your website.
The first impression is very important. Does your website look like the website of a professional business or does it look as if it has been coded by your nephew in 1999? Is it easy to see that your pages are regularly updated?
Check: Do your visitors get lost on your site?
A good website navigation is very important. The usability of your website can influence your search engine rankings. Show your website visitors on which page they are and which options they have.
The content of your web pages should be interesting, informative and error-free. Focus on your website visitors. Replace all sentences that start with “We” with sentences that start with “You.”
Answer the visitor’s question “What’s in it for me?” as clearly as possible. Each page should have a clear call to action.
The things above are the first things that you should check if your website does not perform as expected. If you want to know how to get your web pages on Google’s first page, check them with the Top 10 Optimizer in IBP.
The Top 10 Optimizer analyzes all important elements of your web pages and it will tell you how to change your web pages to make sure that they get on Google’s first page for the keywords of your choice:
|2. Search engine news and articles of the wee|
|3. Recommended resources|
|4. Previous articles|
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