The A to Z of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
A is for Algorithm: The process search engines use to determine search results.
B is for Backlink: A link from another website to your website.
C is for Content: Information on your website that search engines use to determine its relevance to a user’s search.
D is for Domain Authority: A score from 1-100 that predicts a website’s ability to rank in search engine results.
E is for Engagement: How users interact with your website, such as through time spent on site, pages viewed, or social media shares.
F is for Files: Optimize PDF files.
G is for Google Algorithm: The most popular search engine.
H is for HTML: The code used to create web pages that search engines use to understand your content.
I is for Indexed Pages: The collection of web pages that search engines have found and stored for quick retrieval.
K is for Keywords: A word or phrase that people use to find information on search engines.
L is for Links, Internal and External: The process of acquiring backlinks from third party sites to your website and linking your content within your website.
M is for Meta Description: A brief summary of the content on a web page that appears in search engine results.
N is for Nofollow: A type of link that tells search engines not to count it as a backlink.
O is for Organic: Refers to natural, non-paid search engine results.
P is for Page Rank: An algorithm used by Google to rank websites in search results.
Q is for Query: The word or phrase that someone types into a search engine.
R is for Ranking or RankBrain: The position of a website in search engine results.
S is for SERP: Stands for Search Engine Results Page.
T is for Title Tag: The main title of a web page that appears in search engine results.
U is for User Experience: How visitors to your website interact with and feel about your website.
V is for Voice Search: The process of using voice commands to search for information on search engines.
W is for White Hat SEO: The practice of ethical SEO techniques that comply with search engine guidelines.
X is for XML Sitemap: A file that lists all the pages on your website to help search engines crawl it more efficiently.
Y is for YouTube SEO: The process of optimizing your YouTube videos to rank in search results.
Z is for Zero-Click Results: Search results that are answered within the search engine results page, without users needing to click through to a website.