Questions On SEO That You Should Know About

Here is a list of some of the basic question and answers on SEO and if you still have more queries or need to avail SEO services, then contact Mail Banger.

  1. What is SEO?

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is a process of optimizing content displayed on your website so as to earn high rankings and gain majority traffic.

  1. What is Google Analytics?

Google Analytics, powered by Google, is a free service that tracks and provides statistics reports for website traffic.

  1. How SEO works?

SEO functions with the intention of increasing website rankings by creating a powerful digital presence on the internet, thus resulting in increased traffic, improved leads and more profit to boost your business.

  1. How is SEO carried out?

SEO can be carried out by creatively creating a suitable domain name and incorporating many of the SEO related factors such as keywords, anchor text, keyword density, keyword placement, LSI keywords, page load time, user time on webpage, content score, click-through rate, number & quality of backlinks, user-friendliness on other devices, social signals and much more.

  1. What are meta tags?

Meta tags are small sized data that provides information on a webpage. Meta tags can be title tag, keywords or meta description regarding any page. Meta tags are not visible on the page rather appear in the code and are only picked up by search engines.

  1. What are canonical links?

Canonical links serve as a subtle redirect. These do not redirect the users but instead requests the browsers to redirect the users to one single version of URLs that may have duplicate versions. For example, www.abc.com and https://www.abc.com/ are two different versions loading the same content.

  1. What is the role of social media in SEO?

Social media plays an important role in SEO because websites with good content get shared, liked, tweeted several times on social media, thereby increasing the visibility of the website many folds in a matter of seconds.