How do I optimise our website for SEO ranking?

Afternoon All

I would really like some advice on optimising our website for SEO ranking, and where would be the best place to start. 

Thanks 

Nick 

  • Hi Nick 

    Here’s my advice on how to optimise your website for Search Engine Optimisation focusing on backlinks.

    If you have spent some time optimising your website with on-page SEO, like keywords it is now time to focus on technical and off-site SEO.

    Backlinks
    Backlinks are when another website links to your website. They can help with your rankings as Google looks at backlinks as a vote of confidence in the quality and relevance of your content.

    Having backlinks from relevant and authoritative websites are more valuable. There are lots of free tools to check your backlinks online—once you know how many you have, why not try some of the following to increase your number?

    • Build company profiles on platforms like LinkedIn
    • Guest blogging on other websites
    • Articles in local press media
    • Create listings on business directories
    • Link out to certain businesses and ask them to return the favour
    • Get links from suppliers

    Tools to discover your backlink profile
    ahrefs.com/backlink-checker
    neilpatel.com/.../
    https://www.seoreviewtools.com/valuable-backlinks-checker/

    Hopes this helps

    Regards

    Sarah 

  • in reply to Sarah Cook1_

    Many thanks Sarah. Everyday is school day.

    Regards

    Nick

  • Optimizing your website for SEO ranking is a great step to improve its visibility. Here are some tips to get you started:
    Keyword Research: Identify relevant keywords related to your business or content. Use tools like Google Keyword Planner or Ubersuggest.On-Page SEO: Optimize your content with those keywords. Use them naturally in titles, headers, and throughout your articles.
    Quality Content: Create high-quality, informative, and engaging content that addresses your audience's needs.
    Remember, SEO is an ongoing process, and it may take some time to see significant results. What you can do is check this link right here now to get more insights. But keep at it, and you'll likely see improvements in your website's rankings.

  • Great advice, thanks for you comment, I will be keep the Ubersuggest tool in my notebook for future reference. 

  • in reply to Cowryon JR

    Many thanks ! Notes made!

  • Optimizing your website for SEO is a smart move. I'd recommend kicking off with keyword research – understand what your audience is searching for. Next, ensure your website's content is not only relevant but also engaging. Don't forget the power of meta tags and descriptions; they work wonders. And hey, if you're exploring expert help, I've heard good things about a Korean digital marketing agency. They're known for navigating the digital landscape seamlessly.

  • A while back, I was trying to get my hobby blog to show up on Google. What a ride that was! The thing that helped me the most was making sure my posts were super helpful and interesting for my readers. I tried to use keywords naturally, you know, so it didn't sound like I was just stuffing them in there.

    Another biggie was making sure my site was quick to load and looked good on phones. And hey, I stumbled upon something cool: niche edit backlinks. They're like shortcuts to get your site noticed. I found a few places that offered them, and it really boosted my site up the search results.

  • Thanks for your insight, How's your blog doing now  ? 

  • Now it's very good, thanks for asking! Niche edit backlinks made a huge difference.

  • IMO, building backlinks is the most significant part of any SEO because it always pays off. In short, these are links from other trustworthy websites that link back to yours. You can reach out to other surgeons, medical organizations, or even local directories to see if they'd be interested in linking to your site. I found this SEO guide specifically for surgeons that can give you more insights www.linkedin.com/.../ . It's from a LinkedIn post by Gerrid Smith.