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Search Engine Optimisation Tip What does Google look for when it crawls your website

Tue 21 Feb 2017 10:12

Search Engine Optimisation Tip What does Google look for when it crawls your website

When Google crawls and indexed your website, it will look and analyse the following parts of your web pages.

  • The URL structure (such as friendly urls)
  • The title tag and the meta data
  • The body text
  • Heading tags
  • Image attributes such as alt and title tags
  • Your site architecture and the internal linking structure of your site
  • Any outbound links
  • Any inbound links
  • Is your website optimised for Mobile
  • Other factors in the HTML code of your web pages

Its important to have a sensible balance of relevant keywords.

There are lots of other factors that Google use to rank your website

by Nigel Brown

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