How to Write SEO Friendly Content
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So where is your keyword? Keyword placement is one of the keys I discovered that is important in creating SEO friendly content.
I touched on the subject before. You know your keyword needs to be in the title, sub title, and in the first paragraph. Your keyword is sprinkled in the body of your article. Finally, the keyword appears at the end of your article.
That makes for some good SEO friendly content.
Now I have another little secret for making SEO friendly content. I discovered an SEO friendly page has to have “h” tags. You know, h1, h2, h3, etc.
Have I completely confused you? What the heck is an “h” tag. Well, it’s no great mystery. The “h” stand for “heading.”
H1 is used to make a sub title look really big. H2 makes a heading look a bit smaller. H3 is even smaller. Search engines reward you when you use “h” tags.
How? For more information, here is the link to my post on “h” tags;
I like to use h2 for sub titles. I use h3 for headings to each of the sections within my article. I don’t have much use for the h1 tags because it appears too big on my web page.
Okay, you have gotten this far. By now, you should be thinking, “that’s way too much to remember.” How is a person supposed to remember all this SEO stuff? Well, read on and I will tell you how I remember most of these technicalities.