Read this list of sustainable SEO keywords for further clarity on how to achieve organic blogging techniques on your website.
Sustainable blogging SEO keywords are a lot like standard SEO keywords except they make more sense. This is not a list of keywords to incorporate into every blog, it is a list of vocabulary words to remember as you plan an organic blog. Each keyword in the list can be compared to sustainable, organic garden.
An algorithm is a set of rules that define a mathematical procedure, such as a computer program. SEO’s are especially interested in the Google algorithm, which is updated hundreds of times per year. Google explains it is simply analyzing the words on the site. But if you post organic web content that engages users on a genuine level then you don’t have to worry about memorizing every little change and what animal it is.
Analytics is the systematic evaluation of data, especially large stores of information. You can analyze anything, even the sustainability of an organic garden. Web analytics refers to measuring the amount of traffic on a website or online advertising campaign.
The back end denotes the subordinate processor or program that the programmer used, which is not directly accessible to the user. It is not the same thing as the content management system at all. It is more like the contractor that tears up the land and then builds planters and a pond in your yard.
For websites the content management system is the software program used for modification of digital content. CMS is like the garden bed of the blog where you will do most of the work. This is considered to be the front end of a website. The most commonly used brand of CMS is WordPress, but there are other kinds.
Front end web development involves the designing of the part of the website that users see. Front end web developers edit the website and the blog using the content management system or CMS.
A keyword is a word that users search for to find websites that are relevant to their wants and needs. This is important because that is how people find ideas and information on the internet, by searching for key + words. A keyword starts out as a seed and then grows into the tempting produce of a landing page. It is more important to have high quality keywords than it is to have every single combination of keywords in the language.
The internet ecosystem is connected by a vast series of links. It’s vital to have a sustainable system of links set up within an organic website. Out links are links that connect different websites. Back links are links contained within the same website. Both types are necessary for a healthy website and blog.
The meta description is the description that will be displayed in search engine query results. It is a flower that attracts the SEO bee, but not the whole plant. Usually it is the first couple sentences of web content. The meta description can be altered in the CMS to optimize it for readability and search engine results.
A meta tag is a section of code placed in the HTML that is used to define the contents of a web page. The user cannot see it unless they know how to look for it in the HTML code. But search engines such as Google do see it as they are evaluating the rank of web pages in search results. However this is only a minor detail, like placing decorative labels on every plant in the garden so visitors will know what they are.
A search engine is a computer program that searches for information based on the string of data entered into it by the user. It is a way of navigating through the internet ecosystem to locate information or keywords. That’s why we call the “search engine crawler” the search engine bee, because it’s a pollinator. The most commonly used search engine on the world wide web in the English speaking world is Google.
As previously discussed, spam is the pesticides of organic blogging. This may have short term boosts in traffic. But it is not a sustainable blogging technique because there are long term consequences. You don’t want to kill every website and user in the surrounding ecosystem.
Web content is literally the information on a website. Without web content there is no website because it has no purpose and then ceases to exist. The web content is most important part of the organic garden because it is the plants and sustainable system contained within the organic garden. For most companies and organizations it is vital to have a lot of fresh web content or their blog will shrivel and die. Keep growing the web content with new blogs, graphics, videos, landing pages, apps and anything else.
As you can see, organic, sustainable blogging is easy enough, except that it takes an incredible amount of work, and a long term web content plan that is continuously improved over time. This is done through a combination of processes using feedback, analytics and research. Learn more about our agency services.
The next Sustainability Blog will be about the anatomy of a sustainable website.