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SEO stands for "Search Engine Optimization", and therefore a SEO text is a text written in order to make your website rank higher on Google. Optimising your text is an essential part of online marketing, so that your website is ranked higher in Google's results and can be found more quickly by potential customers.
There's no straightforward formula for how SEO text should look or be written before it's rated positively by Google - sending a website further up Google's rankings. That's because Google holds its cards close to its chest when it comes to its so-called ranking factors.
However, there are some general guidelines for search engine friendly text. You can read Webamp's SEO checklist to find our take on the best guidelines for writing successful SEO text.
SEO-texts have over the years gained a bad reputation among many. This is because there was once an excessive focus on keywords, which resulted in SEO text content appearing empty and bland.
It was more about getting a keyword into a text as many times as possible without any thought to whether the text was coherent or relevant to users. In other words, they were writing more for Google than for people.
Fortunately, this is no longer the case. Today, SEO text content must be valuable to users and provide them with the information they are looking for. It is important to write for the user rather than the search engine, as Google will always prioritise text that creates value for users. This discipline is also known as semantic SEO.
This is not to say that you should completely forget about keywords, as they still play an important role when Google ranks websites. Keywords just need to be used sparingly and where it makes sense. The goal is to provide quality content for your website that is both search engine friendly and retains the user.
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But what specifically characterises the good SEO text versus the bad? First of all, the keyword is used naturally in the good SEO text. It doesn't seem forced or artificial, and the keyword is used to create relevant content for the user.
It also means that the text is written for humans and not machines, and therefore the text must not be mechanical.
It is also important that the SEO text is written in an easy-to-read language, aimed at the target audience the website is intended to attract.
Moreover, the text must not become what is called a wall of text: an unmanageable wall of text without spaces. A good SEO text should therefore contain paragraphs as well as essential headings that both arouse curiosity and give the user an indication of what they are about to read.
3 quick tips for the good SEO text:
The text on your website helps to increase Google's understanding of your website and is therefore an important part of your SEO strategy - and SEO is often an indispensable part of online marketing.
After all, it's no good having a website if it's not visible on Google - unless you want it to act as an online business card.
Of course, you can also use Google Ads - paid advertising - to get visibility in search results, but as many users prefer to click on organic search results rather than ads, it may be worth prioritising SEO and thus also SEO texts.
Ultimately, this can influence the number of enquiries through your website and therefore the final turnover.
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