I always said that creating a good result for your blog’s SERP is by creating the good content for it. Bear in mind that your visitors are true persons which are looking for some informations within yor site. So, why don’t you try to give them as best as you can? There’s nothing to lose whenever your visitor can give you more benefits than you may think.

And a good content started with a good title. You know, putting an interesting and appealing title could drive your pre-visitor right-down to the blog. They may have read your blog title somewhere on the social bookmarking sites. As they put their attention on such appealing phrase, there’s a great chance that they would clikc on the link.

But, good titles not also interesting for humans. Slurp and Googlebots put a tremendous amount of importance on title tags or what we use to know as permanent links. Have you ever imagine for being a search engine spiders? Since you are a bunch of machine codes, then all you can see and collect is what are written in blogs and websites. If I (the spiderbots) found a category named “cellular phone” then I would easily to write them down in my database as a cellular phone articles. If you don’t tell me what the page is all about, then I’m not going to know where to catalog your post in the SERP and maybe leave the result indifferent.

And for the first time, you should check for what your page is all about by leaving clues on in the source code. The following examples will help you how to understand how to form a good and pleasant informations for spiderbots to index your pages more effectively.

The title tag:

URL permalink post slug:

The way you optimize the post permalink is by changing the post slug. WordPress automatically defaults to using the title of your post as the permalink, you can override that by changing the post slug to whatever you want.

For good measure you can optimize your keyword tags:

ALT (image) Tags:
<img src=” https://akudaniy.wordpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/optimize-permalink-for-seo.gif” alt=”good permalink for search engine optimization”>

and page description:
<meta name=”description” content=”this post will going to introduce you how to optimize your title, permalink, and meta codes for your blog for search engine optimization”>

Now everything is tailored towards your key phrases like modern office furniture, so there’s no confusion about how you want Google to interpret your page. Would you rather your site resemble a wonderfully tailored suit or some unknown fabric slapped together, that hangs off your shoulder blades?