2. Write a summary of each page as the description Meta tag. A page’s description Meta tag gives Google and other search engines a summary of what the page is about.
3. Write simple to understand URLs that will convey content information easily. Use the words of the page title as URL, and use underscore (_) or das (-) to link each word in the URL.
5. Use breadcrumb lists at the top or bottom of the page that allows visitors to quickly navigate back to a previous section or the root page. Create a naturally flowing hierarchy and use mostly text navigation.
6. Instead of using the breadcrumb links on the page, a user might drop links on the page, a user might drop off a part of the URL in the hope of finding more general content. So allow for the possibility of a part of the URL being removed.
7. Create two sitemaps, one for users and another for search engines. Visitors may visit this page if they are having problems finding pages on your site. Submit an XML sitemap for search engines, which makes it easier for the search engine to discover the pages on your site.
9. Use keyword suggestion tool for selecting appropriated title on the basis of search keywords.
10. Provide image-related information can be provided by using the “alt” attribute. All images can have a distinct filename and “alt” attribute. The “alt” attribute allows you to specify alternative text for the image.
The methods described above are the Most Basic and Important Tips for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). If you have applied all these tips for your site or URL, There is a more chance of your site being highly ranked on the major search engines.