By Jisha Shah
SEO is an effective tool through which you can achieve higher ranking and traffic for your website. However, not all SEO techniques can be beneficial. There are some search engine optimization tactics that can get your site penalized or worse yet, banned and thus, if you are unaware of what these tactics, then here is an infographic guide that highlights the top 25+ SEO mistakes to avoid.
SEO mistakes, if not rectified, can adversely affect your site’s ranking & traffic. Plus, it can lead to higher bounce rate resulting in low sales & conversion rate. Moreover, search engines frown upon methods that results in poor user experience and therefore, fixing these mistakes immediately is important, if you want your site to be a user-friendly as well as search engine friendly platform.
So what are these SEO mistakes?
There are many SEO mistakes, however, to give you a glimpse here a few mistakes that you need to avoid at all cost.
- Cluttered landing page
- Nondescript Content
- Slow website speed and downloading time
- Boring Headlines
- Uploading unoptimized images on Social media
- Stuffing keywords on web page
- No ALT Tags on Images
- Linking out to low authority site’s
- Placing irrelevant ads above the fold
- Not having a social media profile for your business
Now, if you are making these mistakes then you need to take instant action and rectify them. The below-mentioned infographic provides you suggestions on how best to fix these SEO mistakes. Plus, for reference purpose, you can download this infographic for free!
So check this infographic and fix these rookie SEO mistakes now to increase your site’s ranking as well as revenue!
25+ Common SEO Mistakes That Are Killing Your Website [Infographic] by the team at Hostingclues.com
2 thoughts on “25+ Common SEO Mistakes to Avoid [INFOGRAPHIC]”
Thanks for the great tips! I’m new to online marketing, and this is really helpful! Since getting started, I’ve been bombarded by “spin writers” and such to create a TON of content quickly, but you seem to say that these search engines have become sophisticated enough to determine when your content is crap. Am I understanding that right?
Yes, you are understanding that right. Google especially wants to see high quality content so I’d be vary wary about using “spin writers.” You’re better off publishing less frequently, and ensuring the content addresses your reader’s needs.