1. SEO Keywords Research
Write down 5 to 10 top keywords with long tail keywords that you think users will search for to find your business online and order the 3 to 5 main relevant keywords for each page. Use these popular keywords on your website content, blogs and when sharing on social media. So get social, particularly set up Google My Business (Google+) – this will give you that extra bit of traction on Google’s local search.
2. Page Title Tags
Relevant page titles are important for SEO. These page titles are displayed on Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) and act as small preview ads, which encourages visitors to click through to your website rather than someone else’s. Ensure it contains your most important keywords/phrases first and are unique per page. This will also display when your content is shared on social media. Ideally, between 30 to 55 characters should be made use of to meet Bing (Yahoo!), Google and W3C guidelines.