Google's SEO MythBusters Episode 1 recently debuted. Martin Splitt, Photo Retouching Google Webmaster Trend Analyst, said we should focus on the top three elements of SEO. Near the end of the show, Martin answered an unexpected and shocking question asked by a guest. How Google selects related pages The first question was about relevance. "Which ... how do you know if the results are more relevant to a particular user?" The answer is: "There are over 200 signals to do so, so look at titles, meta descriptions, actual content on pages, images, links, and Photo Retouching much more.
Answering what ranks you best is a very complicated question, Photo Retouching but yeah ... we see a lot of signals. " Screenshots of Google Webmaster Trend Analyst Martin Split and guests of Google's MythBusters show Martin Split, Google's webmaster trend analyst, shared the top three SEO factors to focus on. SEO Factor 1-Content I have a big question here. Guests ask if they need to consider the top three elements of SEO. advertisement Continue reading below "If you tell me ... the top three things I should consider, what would it be?" The number one SEO factor makes sense: "That is ... we are developers, originally, whether we use this framework or use it. That's not how it works. You need to have really good content. In other words, you need content that serves Photo Retouching your goals. This is what the user needs.
Optimally, they need it and want it like ice cream. So it's great if your content says where you are, what you're doing, and how it helps me with what I'm trying to achieve. " This is good advice. The answer has more nuances than you can tell immediately. " Content for purpose " is a great way to explain what the highest ranked content is. For example, if someone is looking Photo Retouching for a king-size widget, Google tends to rank product pages that exactly match the king-size widget. advertisement Continue reading below Google seems to know that they are happy to see a page that directly matches what the user is looking for.