There are many tips but important 9 Tips to Search Engine Optimize Your Blog Content that are-
1. Focus on 1–2 long-tail keywords that match the intent of your ideal reader.
Nowadays, this actually hurts your SEO because search engines consider this keyword stuffing.
Why long-tail keywords? These longer, often question-based keywords keep your post focused on the specific goals of your audience. Website visitors searching long-tail terms are more likely to read the whole post and then seek more information from you. In other words, you’ll generate the right type of traffic: visitors who convert.
2. Include these 1–2 keywords in specific parts of your post.
We have made 2 Keyword Ist keyword is used in the title line and 2nd is using another sub keyword.
There are four essential places where you should try to include your keywords: title tag, headers & body, URL, and meta description.
The title (i.e., headline) of your blog post will be a search engine’s and reader’s first step in determining the relevancy of your content, so including a keyword here is vital. Google calls this the “title tag” in a search result.
There we use 60 characters of your title and another we use 500-600 pixels which translate to around 60 characters.
Headers & Body
In Body and Header, we use the target keyword.
In which We write tite in a slug. The title of slug a limit.
The meta description is around 160 character. In which we use the main keyword.
3. Make sure your blog is mobile-friendly.
Did you know more people use a search engine from their mobile phones than from a computer?
4. Optimize the meta description, and use all the space.
To review, a meta description is an additional text that appears in SERPs that lets readers know what the link is about. The meta description gives searchers information they need to determine whether or not your content is what they’re looking for, and ultimately helps them decide if they’ll click or not.
5. Optimize your images’ alt text.
Every image we define alt text. Alt text tells about the image.
6. Don’t use too many similar topic tags.
Topic tags can help organize your blog content, but if you overuse them, they can actually be harmful. If you have too many similar tags, you may get penalized by search engines for having duplicate content.
7. Link internally when possible.
Inbound links to your content help show search engines the validity or relevancy of your content. The same goes for linking internally to other pages on your website. If you’ve written about a topic that’s mentioned in your blog post on another blog post, ebook, or web page, it’s a best practice to link to that page.
8. Use Google’s Search Console.
Google’s free Search Console contains a section called the Search Analytics Report. This report helps you analyze clicks from Google Search, and it’s useful to determine which keywords people are using to find your blog content.
9. Use topic clusters.
The way most blogs are currently structured (including our own blogs, until very recently), bloggers and SEOs have worked to create individual blog posts that rank for specific keywords. The result is disorganized, and hard for the user to find the exact information he or she needs. It also results in your own URLs competing against one another in search engine rankings when you produce multiple blog posts about similar topics.