?.... i take it you meant ,what is a SEO friendly article?
It means optimising for the search engines, not stuffing your articles with top Google search terms, and targeting a search term such as 'how to write SEO articles'. For that example, it should be in the Title, 1st and last paragraph, and signature -no more.
Its also a lot to do with content structure, where to use tags like bold and links, and in such a way so that you write for humans while keeping the article SEO optimised for your target Google terms. Read up on keyword research and i suggest you also look at keyword density, i can see lots of hubs here on writing SEO articles.
by Jimut Dhali 7 years ago
I heard many times about promoting your hub, and making it SEO friendly or SEO optimized. How to do that exactly? And what to do?
by Sleepylog 7 years ago
From my understanding of the way Google search engines work the following are things that you should do to ensure your hubs rank highly on Google. 1. Create a useful, information-rich hubs that clearly and accurately describe their content.2. Use words in your hub that users would type in search...
by biochemi 3 months ago
Why don't you try a SEO tool such as http://www.reachsolutions.co.nz/seo-tools/
by rob_allen 3 months ago
How Can I Increase the traffic in my website? Any suggestions?
by Shil1978 5 years ago
What are the basics of SEO that every website owner should know?
by Automobile 180 2 years ago
Same as above.
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