How to optimize your blog for search engine optimization

The world of blog optimization is huge and the best thing you can do is keep things simple.

If you are looking for a little extra help on how to optimize a blog post, I would suggest the following article.

It is not a comprehensive list but it is definitely helpful to have in case you are unsure about how to improve your blog post.

This article will give you the basic tips you need to optimize for search engines and you can also use this article to create an optimized blog post if you want.1.

Use keywords in your post title, body and titleThe title of your blogpost should be the title of the post itself.

This way you will avoid having to include your competitors’ keywords.

A good rule of thumb is to write a title and a body of text in your blogposts that contain only keywords.

For example, in this example, I have included the keyword “fitness” in the title.

This makes it easy for readers to find what you have written.

If they search for “futbol”, they will see a link to this article.2.

Use keyword in your title,body and body copyThe body of your post should include keywords, preferably keywords that are related to the topic you are about to discuss.

This allows readers to quickly jump to the relevant article.

For the article I will discuss, I’ve included the keywords “football” and “fantasy football” in both the body and the title to help readers quickly locate the article.3.

Use anchor text in header and footer textThe header of your article should contain a simple text tag that you use to give the reader the information they need.

In this example I’ve used the word “fixtures”.

You can also add an anchor tag in the footer of your text so that readers can jump directly to the end of your page.4.

Include the keywords in the body copyWhen you are discussing something that interests your readers, it’s best to include keywords in their minds.

It helps to include these keywords in a headline, in the paragraph and at the beginning of the article to keep the reader interested.

This is why I’ve listed the keyword in the “topics” section.

You can find out more about keyword inclusion in this post.5.

Use image captions in the text of your postsYou can use images to show the context of the content.

This can be a great tool to help keep readers on your page and keeps them engaged.

The key is to include them in the caption of your image.

For this example we have included a picture of the weather, but I also included the caption with a captions section.

The captions tell readers what is going on in the article and where the news is coming from.

Here is an example of how I have used images to help with the content of my blog.6.

Include images in the header of posts and footersIf you are publishing your content on your blog, it is also important to include images in your header.

This will keep your readers on the page, keep them looking for the content and hopefully get them to click on your link.

The keyword will be included in the link.

In the example below I have placed a link at the end that links to a blog article.

I’ve also included a small picture of what I’ve posted in the image.

This helps to make sure the reader is actually clicking on my blog post and gets the information.7.

Use images for headlines and captionsThe headline of your content should be something that will get the reader thinking about what is being said.

In my example, “The weather is changing, so I need to know more”, the headline will be the subject of the story and the caption should be about the topic.

Here are some tips for making headlines and caption images that are effective.1) If you have an image in your caption, include it in the upper right hand corner of your headline.

For instance, if you have a headline about a “bulk buyer”, it is best to put a link in the top right hand part of the image with a link that tells the reader where to click.2) If there is an image to the left of the caption, add a small text tag to the image and then click the link to read the text.3) If the image has a caption section, make sure that the text you use is also in the section of the text that is the subject.4) If a headline has a large image that the reader can see through the image, you can use a white background in the middle of the body of the headline.

In these cases, make the image bigger and make sure you add a little text that explains what you want the reader to know about the headline and the picture that you want them to read.5) If your headline contains only a few words and the text is long, make it