In this post, I am sharing some SEO Trends for 2017 and how these trends effect Google Ranking. If you do not have any information about all these things then don’t panic, be there with us, I will give all knowledge about SEO Trends. The main point you should know that, If any website requires organic traffic then Google Ranking is very important for them.
Many bloggers and entrepreneurs spend a lot of money to rank their website, but they probably forget that for effective ranking it is not a one time job. It is a process that you have to constantly do. That’s because Google algorithm with its SERP (Search Engine Result Page) changes every year and keeps updating it regularly with newer factors.
12 factors (SEO Trends) that influence Google ranking
- Website Visits
- Time on Site
- Pages per session
- Bounce Rate
- Referring Domain
- Content length
- Website Security (HTTPS)
- Keyword in the body
- Keyword Density
- Keyword in title
- Keyword in Meta
- Video on a Page
Here are 12 Factors which will probably have great impact on this year’s SERP of 2017. But right now look at the 5 main reasons that will affect more this year’s SEO Trends. I list them for your convenience. Hopefully you like to use them in your blog. Then without delay, let’s know that there are Factors that have a lot of impact in Google Ranking.
1. Website Popularity
Google will check your website thoroughly how popular your website is, since it is very important for your website to be popular in terms of ranking factor and that works for your website pages to rank.
When it comes to how the website is ranked in Google SERP and it depends on the following factors like how many times your website is being visited in a month, how much time they spend in your website, how the bounce rate is, pages per session also plays a key role in the ranking of your page. You can make your website popular if you pay more attention to your content.
The more content you will post on different topics but should be related to your blog theme. It is a suggestion that you should hire a good content writer to defeat such competition.
2. Speed of your Website
The bounce rate of your website also depends on the speed of your website, because if your website has more loading time, then more people will not stay in your website for longer and bounce rate will be increased. It is recommended to work on website to reduce its loading time.
AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) which is introduced by Google that optimizes your content so that its loading time is reduced when you are using it in your mobile. With this feature your content will open in the lightning speed.
3. Secure HTTPS
A new trend that is going on now is that you make your website more trustworthy and it will help your website to rank higher on Google’s Search. To do this, you must enable security certification, which is HTTPS. This will make Google aware that your website is more secure for anybody to work.
4. In-depth Content
Everyone knows that the content is always King. If you want that google will rank your post then you have to write an article that is unique. With the help of the new tracking system, google also keeps track of your visitor and if you increase the quality of content then visitors will spend more time in your article.
It has been found from research that websites which contain more content is on the top of the search ranking as compared to other websites. It is also possible, we should write a good and lengthy article, in place of 4 small articles. By doing so, the possibilities of getting our article rank are very high as there are so many keywords in it. Traditional SEO, which adheres to the rule of keyword density, does not work in today’s SEO trends.
5. Social Signals
It has been seen that many of our audiences come from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc. Therefore, we should be active in all these networks and share links as much as possible so that visitors can know about us.
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