How to Write Good Article

Is SEO for article something that you should worry about?

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Well, “worry” is a bit extreme, but you should certainly look into it.

SEO — or search engine optimization — is the practice of making your article align with Google’s expectations and requirements. With good SEO, your website will rank higher in Google searches, increasing the likelihood that new visitors will find it.

Here are some SEO basics to keep in mind.

1. Pick your keywords

The first thing you need to do when starting your SEO journey is picking the keywords that you want to rank for. These should be keywords that your target audience is likely to search for on Google.

Google’s Keyword Planner tool can help you discover those key terms. There are also some third-party tools, like KWFinder, that you can use.

2. Make sure Google can see your Article

Write original content on daily basis and pic title of the article more specific.

Don’t make title longer than 10 words

3. Use Subheadings wherever possible

Your title and sub-headings are considered prime real estate when it comes to SEO. In other words, they’re the perfect spots for you to insert your main keywords.

4. Use optimized headlines for blog posts

Each blog post’s headline should not only convey the topic of the post, but also include the post’s main keyword.

5. Use your keywords in blog posts

Try mentioning your post’s main keyword within the first 100 words, and be sure to mention the keyword and other related ones throughout.

Don’t overdo it, though. Unnaturally cramming keywords into a post is known as “keyword stuffing,” and Google can recognize it. Write in a way that sounds natural, with occasional mentions of your keywords where they make sense.

Don’t forget to use your keywords in subheaders, too.

Changing the subheadings on a WordPress.com blog post

6. Optimize your slugs

slug is the part of a post URL that comes after your domain name. For example, in the URL, http://mygreatnewblog.com/awesome-blog-post/the slug is “awesome blog post.”

WordPress.com lets you adjust slugs freely when editing your posts or pages. Under the right sidebar where it says Post Settings, scroll down to More Options and fill in the Slug field.

Changing the blog post slug

7. Interlink your posts and pages

When working on a new post or page, always look for opportunities to link to your already existing posts and pages. Those links should be relevant to what your article is about. Aim to include at least one link for every 250 words of text. It’s also a good practice to link to outside resources when it makes sense.

What’s next?

Don’t forget to add a suitable image in your post. This makes your post more attractive to readers.

Apart from the above practices, you should also make an effort to publish new content regularly. When you do so, optimize each individual piece of that content. This is what’s going to give you the best long-term SEO for your articles