The struggle between easy to read grammatically correct articles and quality keyword seeding should not exist at all.
Search engines such as Google are able to figure out the relevance of the content on your website to a user’s search query. Therefore, an article filled with a jumble of keywords for the sake of listing keywords, will have lesser relevance than a well-written article containing fewer keywords, and will rank lower.
Website owners who need SEO articles regularly require grammatically correct keyword seeded articles from SEO writers like Brisbane SEO Company Redback Web Solutions. The more we read and write about how the major search engines function, and how they list relevance with a high search result ranking, the more we strive to place quality content writing above keyword saturation.
By having relevant articles on your website outlining your products, ideas or services, you get more chances you have of directing the right kind of surfer traffic to your website. Of course, this will mean a decrease in bulky less relevant traffic, however, as a search engine user, it is very annoying to see search results that have no connection to what I need to find.
Admittedly, many web masters incorrectly prefer a stack of bulk traffic over highly relevant web traffic. The more the merrier they say – so to speak. In our experience, surfing the web without any purpose becomes tedious, and it gets even more tedious as your experience search engines grow. Nowadays, I specifically surf the web with a purpose in mind – knowing exactly the sort of information or product I am looking for, and try to find it quickly on page 1 or the search results.
It always helps to find what I need faster if the descriptive content of the website is relevant to my search. Having a nicely composed descriptive article about the idea or object I am seeking will make the website more useful to me. If the website has been informative and usable, I will more than likely return there again to see if there is something else that I need.
In having very relevant and descriptive articles, your website satisfies two totally different necessities. The most important necessity for you would be a high ranking website in the search results. The lesser, and often sometimes unnoticed necessity, is that of having satisfied your customer.
The more relevant that your content is, the more chances you have of being able to direct good quality traffic (your target market) to your website. The percentage of people who actually click through and buy your product will definitely increase as opposed to a decrease in just passing through or wrong turn traffic. In counterpoint, the more relevant that your traffic becomes, the higher your sales figures go up.
Targeting traffic that isn’t really interested in your website serves very little if any purpose at all. I definitely don’t remember the name of a website that has nothing of what I need. Memory retention of the name of a website by people is very much minimal unless it has served the purpose the visitor wanted. Furthermore, to be redirected to an irrelevant website by a search engine is very annoying. Websites that bombard their content with nothing but keywords are now getting penalised and banned by search engines so they avoid sending people to the wrong place.
How would you feel if directory assistance gave you the wrong telephone number? Naturally, the supervisor at directory assistance will reprimand the operator who gave the wrong number. It’s the same thing with search engines and websites. Search engines are trying to provide Internet surfers with good quality service in order to gain more traffic. The more traffic they have, the more expensive their advertising space can become. When a webmaster abuses their system so that traffic is directed to his website, the search engines react in a negative way towards this site.
For expert content creation and website design that the search engines love – have a consultation with Redback Web Solutions today about creating you a Mobile Responsive Website with Great Content.