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Get your Viewers Into Addictive Readers

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This is a question which has puzzled me for some time.

After years of writing for Honestmoneymakers.com and contributions to numerous publications, I’ve figured out what is it exactly that makes readers wanting to know more (at least I hope I did).

It all came down to what attracts us as human beings listed below:

  • Trust
  • Context
  • Curiosity
  • Clarity
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How To Keep Your Website In Tip-Top Condition For Search Engines

Running, keeping and creating content at the same time can be an overwhelming experience – especially if you’re doing it on your own.

Today’s article, I’ve provided a checklist for you in order to keep your website in top condition and ranked high in search engine result page (SERP):

  • Ensure that you add new content regularly – search engines prefer sites that continuously add new updates.
  • The more content you add, the better.
  • Get validated. Validate your HTML and CSS code to check that it is accurate.
  • Test your site in different browsers, mobile devices and resolutions, especially after any such major changes e.g. updates by provider (e.g. WordPress). Check on different systems too (Mac, Microsoft etc)
  • Make your site accessible as possible – run your site through accessibility validators regularly.
  • Send out PR regularly to printed and online magazines, ensuring that your web address is clearly marked in the release.
  • Add a standard site map page to your site to help visitors.
  • Add a Google sitemap to your site, and update it regularly, or automate the updating process through  a script.
  • Be on the constant lookout for sites that will link to you – provide reciprocal links where applicable.
  • Resubmit your site to search engines ever 1-2 months – not too frequently or you may get blacklisted for spamming.
  • Check your web stats regularly to ensure that there are no errors and to see what is working and what is not.