Remember when Google was ten blue links?
Today, for the first time, I was actually taken aback by the amount of visual crap on Google results.
Much search engine optimization revolves around guessing how users will search to find your site. When you’re optimizing for organic (non-paid) search results, you may be surprised to find out how much word order impacts the search ranking.
If you search the major search engines, you will find that the order of your keywords makes a huge difference on where your website ranks. Continue reading “3 Simple Steps to keyword order SEO – Are your words SEO friendly?”
I am a Denver web designer, and lots of what I do is advise my clients on how to improve their ranking. I do what I can to optimize the code using tried and true SEO techniques. But in the end, it comes down to this: are you willing to work for search engine placement?
On January 24 of this year, I set a goal to improve Katz Web Design’s ranking in Google, especially for the terms “Denver Web Design,” and “Denver Web Designers.” I had my blog for 2 days at the time. Let’s take a look at the numbers:
These results have been achieved mostly by writing in this blog. The Katz Web Design site is currently a one-page placeholder with very little content on it. Imagine what will happen when I move this blog over to the KWD site soon.
Note: Katz Web Services is moving more toward focusing on Denver search engine optimization, rather than solely Denver web design.