SEO Truths And Common SEO Misconceptions

Today, it is commonly thought that is easy to learn everything about anything to go to the Internet. But this idea is not 100% accurate. The ease with which information flows in cyberspace could lead to misconceptions and myths about a particular topic. This means that the fact that something is published online does not necessarily mean that it is correct

When it comes to search engine optimization or SEO, the parameters are always changing. So what was true before and unless. This is assuming that the information was correct in the first place.

Here are some of the SEO myths and their parallels “truths” –

1 Having an XML sitemap increase your ranking in the SERPs.

It is smart to produce a XML sitemap but do not expect to see improvements classified only to do that. The site map is useful for search engines like Google and can withstand much more efficient web exploring your site but will not help to “leapfrog” competitors.

2 Using title tags is critical to your SEO.

Use heading tags (ie, H1, H2, etc) is useful for defining the essential content of your site and its relevance to some people, but do not expect to produce significant improvements in their ranks.

Three trading hyperlinks with other webmasters are as important as the development of the quality of “going” links.

Trading links (also known as reciprocal link) is an object used to be effective long ago but that is no longer useful to improve the ranking of a website.

The only time trade links might make sense is when each can advantageously webmasters for traffic that can possibly come on the website of the partner.

4 Obscured many links on your pages is a great idea.

Google and other search engines like Google, are incredibly intelligent and can identify “spam links” in a simple way. This is one of the biggest mistake webmasters make when it comes to “optimize” for a keyword.

If you use a font size of any small to show the same color as the page background using CSS or maneuvering so far of the page, which can not be seen by site visitors engines … search know!

This practice is stupid and not good will happen from there!

5 There is an optimum density of keywords to the content of the pages.

This is the case in the past, but is no longer valid. It is a good idea to make sure your targeted keywords is present somewhere in your page, but do not bother to calculate the percentages of density.

It is far superior and more effective to create content that will be valuable for people who read through your content and approach writing for search engine robots.