3 Weird Search Engine Optimization Tips

Everyone company wants to pop up first on a search engine, whether it be an ad or the actual site but that means you have to get the absolute URL to do so. It’s important to have some techniques when choosing your web page name and can make a significant different in how your site is ranked.

1.Avoid Using Capital Letters In URLs:

When creating an URL for your page, it’s important to make it as comfortable and memorable as possible to get the most visits to your site. If it’s difficult to remember or there is an unnecessary capitalization of words right in the middle, then chances are people are going to get a little frustrated when the “web page not found” consistently shows up. Many Window servers are case sensitive, and if someone were to forget the random capital letter, the entire URL is nonexistent. So instead of making your end users annoyed, it’s best to choose an all lower case URL just to ensure easy access for everyone.
2. Use Search Engine Friendly Permalinks:

Depending on how strict the guidelines and requirements are when making a particular URL it’s best to avoid the ‘&,’ ‘?’, ‘!’ Etc. characters. As exciting and different as that makes your site seem, there won’t be any end users if they can’t get to it. I understand you want to make your site the unique and original, but if it’s a little too detailed, it may be difficult for your customers to find it in the first place. If for some reason it is unavoidable to add some of these characters then try to keep it at the bare minimum. Putting them at the end of the URL is probably the best location for them unless it fits best at the beginning or the middle. It’s best to use your own judgment when creating an URL and honestly decide on one that you would personally remember if you were on the other side.
3.Use Hyphens Instead Of Underscores:

When trying to divide words within the URL, it’s best to use a hyphen instead of an underscore. Hyphens should be used to improve readability and successfully differentiate the wording that is being separated. Sometimes it ‘s hard to see the underscore in the first place let alone distinguish the combination of words being used for the overall web page location. Sometimes the wording is already recognizable without the utilization of these characters but if for some reason you are adamant on adding one, make sure you’re steering clear of the underscore as you don’t want to lead an end-user to another site mistakingly.
By using and referring to these three tips when creating a web page, there is a higher chance of optimization and site visits, increasing your overall success and performance. If no one can remember your URL then what’s the point in making one? Make sure you’re as basic and straightforward when it comes to this creation, so you’re able to gain the followers and consumers needed to expand your site.

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