Organic SEO Search Engine Optimization

Organic SEO Search Engine Optimization

by WebsiteBuilders.ie

What does Organic SEO Search Engine Optimization mean?

Organic SEO or Organic Search engine optimization (SEO) refers to different methods used to increase website traffic to a website by increasing its search engine page rank.

 

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Organic SEO often involves improving the quality of the page content, making sure that it is rich in relevant keywords contained in the copy text and organizing it by using subheads (h1,h2,h3), bullet points, and bold and italic characters. Organic SEO also ensures that the website’s HTML is optimized so that a search engine like Google can determine what is on the page and will display it as a search result in relevant searches.

These standards involve the use of metadata, including the title tag (Max 70 Characters) and meta description (Short description of page content). Cross linking within the website is also important like you found this page on WebsiteBuilders.ie as a link from the SEO Search Engine Optimization page link below.

 

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Website Builders Ireland explains Organic SEO Search Engine Optimization

Search engines like Google attempt to rank results for a given search based on their relevance to the topic, and the quality and reliability a site is judged to have. Its like every time you search on Google, You are asking a question, and Google the world’s most popular search engine will find you the best answer it has and displays it at the top of the search results.

Google uses an ever-evolving algorithm that aims to evaluate sites in the way that a human reader would. This means that a key part of organic SEO involves ensuring that the website is as unique and relevant to the question asked as possible and the best resource for readers.

Organic SEO Methods

The following organic SEO methods are common ways to improve a website’s organic SEO in Google search results. These methods are called white hat SEO or organic SEO because they aim to improve search rank by improving the user’s experience on the website.

 

  • Relevant page content
  • Increasing keyword depth
  • Increasing interlinking (internal and outbound links)
  • Improving the organization of content on the page (h1, h2, h3 ect)

 

Black Hat V Organic SEO

Black hat SEO involves techniques such as paying to post links to a website on link farms (worked 10 years ago), stuffing the metadata with non related keywords, and using text that is invisible to readers (writing in white text with white background on the page) to attract search engines.

These and many other black hat SEO tactics may boost traffic at the start, but search engines soon notice this and will  lower the page rank very quickly on the use of such methods, and even  de-list them from search results.

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We have achieved very high organic page rankings on Google for the following business types:

 

  • Hotel SEO                         (Ireland, Dublin, London, Cork, Limerick, Belfast, Waterford, Sydney, Auckland, Boston, Gibraltar, Madrid, US)
  • Events SEO                      (Dublin, Kildare, Galway, Kerry)
  • Car Hire SEO                    (Dublin Airport, Birmingham, Manchester, Kildare)
  • Restaurants SEO             (Ireland, Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick, London, Edinburgh)
  • Beautician SEO               (Dublin, Wicklow, Cork)
  • Shops SEO                      (Ireland, Dublin, London, Galway, Cork, Sydney, Auckland, Leeds, Kildare)
  • Personal SEO                  (Dublin, London, Christchurch, Sydney, Auckland)
  • Chauffeur Hire SEO        (Ireland, Dublin, Belfast, London Airports, Birmingham, Manchester)
  • Photographers SEO       (Ireland, Kerry, Cork)
  • Trades Services SEO      (Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick,Kildare, Belfast, London, Sydney, Brisbane)