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Your Sustainable Blog SEO Proof And Shared on WhatsOrb

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by: Corine van den Berg
your sustainable blog seo proof and shared on whatsorb | Newsletter

Thank you for sharing your knowledge of sustainability on Whatsorb! It takes quite a bit of time and energy to write a good blog about your sustainable theme. After doing so, you are obviously hoping for your story to be found and read by a lot of people. How can you achieve this?

SEO for you on WhatsOrb

WhatsOrb is a global meeting place for sustainable ideas. By placing your blog on WhatsOrb, you can rest assured that you have selected a place on the internet that is easily found. The website of Whatsorb has 7000 visitors per month, more than 150.000 on socials and ranks high in Google for an increasing number of sustainable themes. We also regularly promote our new articles on Facebook. Your chances of being eligible for this are good as well. Finally, it is important for your visibility that you optimise your blog for SEO. This article will discuss this topic.

7 steps to make your texts SEO-proof

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. In order to write a good SEO-text, you first have to come up with an interesting story or angle - this will be the most important to your readers. And in the second place, you want to make it as clear as possible for the search engines what it is that you want to share.

Roadmap SEO writing

  • Select an interesting topic for your blog
  • Write an ironclad text
  • Determine the right search term
  • Carefully select the title of your blog
  • Use your meta-description to score higher in Google
  • Optimise images
  • Make your page visually appealing
  • Link building (put links from internal - WhatsOrb-Site posts and external links)

Step 1. Select an interesting topic for your blog

  • Be valuable
  • Answer questions that are relevant to your target audience
  • Something that people are curious about
  • Basic necessities of life: safety, greed and pleasure
  • Give basic information about a topic. For instance, address: what is it, what does it cost, and what types <search term> there are
  • Make a list of, for instance, 10 tips
  • Make an Infographic

Step 2. Write an ironclad text

  • Content is King
  • Your content (text) is the most important success factor of your blog. Consider the perspective of your target audience, answer any questions and problems that they may have. Initially, do not keep SEO in mind and really focus on your target audience.
  • Tempt the reader with an attractive introduction. Create expectations of what you are writing about at the start of the text. For instance, it works well to start with a problem. Next, explain why this problem is so bothersome and what solution you have.
  • When it comes to the length of the text, make it as long as needed to write a good story. Generally speaking, longer texts will be found better. So do not hesitate to write a text of 1000 words or more.
  • Remember that people on the internet are impatient and sloppy readers. Most visitors will, in fact, not read any text at all! Keep it simple and make it easy to read.

Step 3. Determine the right search term

  • After finalising your text, you can optimise it for SEO. Determine which search words reflect well on your story. A good search term is often a combination of 2 or 3 words, such as ‘sustainable decoration’ or ‘carbon neutral company’. Such a combination of words is called ‘search term’. Select 1 search term for your blog and make sure that you draw in a lot of visitors with this search term.

Tips for successful search terms:

  • Something that people are curious about: 'wooden turbine', 'greenest city' and 'cleanest energy'
  • Brands and names, such as 'Devasa', 'Marine One' and 'Tesla'
  • Something with 'sustainable'. This is what it is all about on WhatsOrb
  • Basic necessities of life: safety, greed and pleasure, such as 'Dangerous climate change facts', or 'Tesla sustainability report'
  • Specific enough to be found easily. The examples given above are fairly unique topics. Although 'Solar energy' or 'Electric cars' alone will be too general. You can turn this into 'greenest electric car'.

Google your own search term

  • And what do you see? Does your text fit in? Google attempts to have the top results match the intention behind a search query as much as possible, so make sure to do so as well
  • Also write down synonyms and words in the context
  • Through advanced semantic searches of your blog, Google is paying more and more attention to words that fit in the context. Try to use as many relevant words in your text as possible. Look at this example of Google’s suggestions when you are looking for sustainable
  • Make sure to include your search term in the title of your blog and page-title
  • Meta-description (Will be done by WhatsOrb)
  • Headers and sub-headers (H1 and H2)
  • Keyword ss much as possible at the start of your url
  • Use keywords a number of times in the text: as 1-2% of all words is enough
  • Use your search term or synonym in the introduction
  • File names and alt-texts of images on the page
  • Search terms in headers (H1) and sub-headers (H2)

Headers and sub-headers are often most relevant to readers ánd search engines. Use synonyms and related words that fit in the context. This will also be used to find you and it provides Google with additional context. In the CMS of Whatsorb, you can use H1 for headers and H2 for sub-headers. Those can be found in the menu. This way, you can instantly get across to search engines what your article is about.

Step 4. Carefully select the title of your blog

  • 'The title tag is the most important for SEO'
  • Optimise the title tag for search engines

The title tag and title of your blog often match, although they are not exactly the same. The title of your blog can be found above the text of your blog. The title tag (purple) and the meta description (gray) can be set separately and are visible in the search results of Google and other search engines.

Characteristics of an SEO-proof title

  • Is in line with the intention of the user
  • Is relevant and unique
  • The search term is preferably placed at the start, because words at the beginning of the title are more important
  • Has a maximum of 60 characters. See example below:

    Your sustainable blog SEO proof and shared on WhatsOrb

The meta tag also often contains the name of the website. For Whatsorb, |WhatsOrb is automatically placed behind the title of your blog. Keeping the 10 characters in mind that are used for the automatic |WhatsOrb, you can still use 60 additional characters for the title tag. See example below:

        Your sustainable blog SEO proof and shared on WhatsOrb | WhatsOrb

SEO H1, H2 explanation

Good online titles are mainly functional, although sometimes boring as well. Internet visitors are always in a hurry and read sloppily. If you are not clear right away, you will lose them instantly.

More tips for optimal SEO-titles

  • Study titles of competitors for your search terms
  • Also try to place related words in the title. This can increase your visibility on Google. ‘Smart agriculture market share’ or ‘global smart agriculture market’ are great additions for ‘smart agriculture’. The same goes for 'Marine One' and 'Marine One Signapore'
  • Try to lure the reader, for instance using titles such as ‘Why <search term> is good for the climate’ or ‘The most sustainable way of <search term>’
  • At Whatsorb, you will find the fields for filling in the meta title and the meta description all the way to the bottom of your blog in the cms.

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Breaking News, as the world changes…

In our world, WhatsOrb refuses to turn away from the changes in our society and environment which succeeds each other at a rapid pace.

For WhatsOrb, publishing on the environment is a priority. We give reporting on climate, nature, waste, lifestyle and sustainable solutions the prominence it deserves.

At this turbulent time for ‘all’ species and our planet, we are determined to inform readers about threats, consequences and solutions based on facts, not on political prejudice or business interests.

WhatsOrb Breaking News will be published as soon as urgent events from around the world and startling sustainable innovations reach us.

If there is anything we should know and publish about, please send a note to: [email protected] or write your own story on: www.whatsorb.comthe only news site which gives you a ‘sustainable voice!’

Your Sustainable Blog SEO Proof And Shared on WhatsOrb

Thank you for sharing your knowledge of sustainability on Whatsorb! It takes quite a bit of time and energy to write a good blog about your sustainable theme. After doing so, you are obviously hoping for your story to be found and read by a lot of people. How can you achieve this? SEO for you on WhatsOrb WhatsOrb is a global meeting place for sustainable ideas. By placing your blog on WhatsOrb, you can rest assured that you have selected a place on the internet that is easily found. The website of Whatsorb has 7000 visitors per month, more than 150.000 on socials and ranks high in Google for an increasing number of sustainable themes. We also regularly promote our new articles on Facebook. Your chances of being eligible for this are good as well. Finally, it is important for your visibility that you optimise your blog for SEO. This article will discuss this topic. 7 steps to make your texts SEO-proof SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. In order to write a good SEO-text, you first have to come up with an interesting story or angle - this will be the most important to your readers. And in the second place, you want to make it as clear as possible for the search engines what it is that you want to share. Roadmap SEO writing Select an interesting topic for your blog Write an ironclad text Determine the right search term Carefully select the title of your blog Use your meta-description to score higher in Google Optimise images Make your page visually appealing Link building (put links from internal - WhatsOrb-Site posts and external links) Step 1. Select an interesting topic for your blog Be valuable Answer questions that are relevant to your target audience Something that people are curious about Basic necessities of life: safety, greed and pleasure Give basic information about a topic. For instance, address: what is it, what does it cost, and what types &lt;search term&gt; there are Make a list of, for instance, 10 tips Make an Infographic Step 2. Write an ironclad text Content is King Your content (text) is the most important success factor of your blog. Consider the perspective of your target audience, answer any questions and problems that they may have. Initially, do not keep SEO in mind and really focus on your target audience. Tempt the reader with an attractive introduction. Create expectations of what you are writing about at the start of the text. For instance, it works well to start with a problem. Next, explain why this problem is so bothersome and what solution you have. When it comes to the length of the text, make it as long as needed to write a good story. Generally speaking, longer texts will be found better. So do not hesitate to write a text of 1000 words or more. Remember that people on the internet are impatient and sloppy readers. Most visitors will, in fact, not read any text at all! Keep it simple and make it easy to read. Step 3. Determine the right search term After finalising your text, you can optimise it for SEO. Determine which search words reflect well on your story. A good search term is often a combination of 2 or 3 words, such as &lsquo;sustainable decoration&rsquo; or &lsquo;carbon neutral company&rsquo;. Such a combination of words is called &lsquo;search term&rsquo;. Select 1 search term for your blog and make sure that you draw in a lot of visitors with this search term. Tips for successful search terms: Something that people are curious about: 'wooden turbine', 'greenest city' and 'cleanest energy' Brands and names, such as 'Devasa', 'Marine One' and 'Tesla' Something with 'sustainable'. This is what it is all about on WhatsOrb Basic necessities of life: safety, greed and pleasure, such as 'Dangerous climate change facts', or 'Tesla sustainability report' Specific enough to be found easily. The examples given above are fairly unique topics. Although 'Solar energy' or 'Electric cars' alone will be too general. You can turn this into 'greenest electric car'. Google your own search term And what do you see? Does your text fit in? Google attempts to have the top results match the intention behind a search query as much as possible, so make sure to do so as well Also write down synonyms and words in the context Through advanced semantic searches of your blog, Google is paying more and more attention to words that fit in the context. Try to use as many relevant words in your text as possible. Look at this example of Google&rsquo;s suggestions when you are looking for sustainable Make sure to include your search term in the title of your blog and page-title Meta-description (Will be done by WhatsOrb) Headers and sub-headers (H1 and H2) Keyword ss much as possible at the start of your url Use keywords a number of times in the text: as 1-2% of all words is enough Use your search term or synonym in the introduction File names and alt-texts of images on the page Search terms in headers (H1) and sub-headers (H2) Headers and sub-headers are often most relevant to readers &aacute;nd search engines. Use synonyms and related words that fit in the context. This will also be used to find you and it provides Google with additional context. In the CMS of Whatsorb, you can use H1 for headers and H2 for sub-headers. Those can be found in the menu. This way, you can instantly get across to search engines what your article is about. Step 4. Carefully select the title of your blog 'The title tag is the most important for SEO' Optimise the title tag for search engines The title tag and title of your blog often match, although they are not exactly the same. The title of your blog can be found above the text of your blog. The title tag (purple) and the meta description (gray) can be set separately and are visible in the search results of Google and other search engines. Characteristics of an SEO-proof title Is in line with the intention of the user Is relevant and unique The search term is preferably placed at the start, because words at the beginning of the title are more important Has a maximum of 60 characters. See example below: Your sustainable blog SEO proof and shared on WhatsOrb The meta tag also often contains the name of the website. For Whatsorb, |WhatsOrb is automatically placed behind the title of your blog. Keeping the 10 characters in mind that are used for the automatic |WhatsOrb, you can still use 60 additional characters for the title tag. See example below: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Your sustainable blog SEO proof and shared on WhatsOrb | WhatsOrb Good online titles are mainly functional, although sometimes boring as well. Internet visitors are always in a hurry and read sloppily. If you are not clear right away, you will lose them instantly. More tips for optimal SEO-titles Study titles of competitors for your search terms Also try to place related words in the title. This can increase your visibility on Google. &lsquo;Smart agriculture market share&rsquo; or &lsquo;global smart agriculture market&rsquo; are great additions for &lsquo;smart agriculture&rsquo;. The same goes for 'Marine One' and 'Marine One Signapore' Try to lure the reader, for instance using titles such as &lsquo;Why &lt;search term&gt; is good for the climate&rsquo; or &lsquo;The most sustainable way of &lt;search term&gt;&rsquo; At Whatsorb, you will find the fields for filling in the meta title and the meta description all the way to the bottom of your blog in the cms. https://www.whatsorb.com/
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