How to NOT to do SEO on Your Website
There are so many particulars in how to do SEO correctly that it can be overwhelming to keep up on all of it. One question people forget is how should you NOT do SEO on your website? Here are a few things you can do that will ensure your website can never be found on a search engine.
- Dead Links: One of the best ways to make sure your website has poor SEO is to fill it with dead links. If every other hyperlinked text or image on your website leads to a 404 page, then you can be sure your website will do poorly in SEO.
- Abandoned Pages: Everyone knows that keeping pages updated frequently on your website is essential for good SEO. So, if your goal is to ruin SEO then abandon every page and never provide necessary updates to keep them up to date.
- Unoptimized Pictures and Content: Making sure your website is focused on specific keywords will provide much higher SEO. To reduce SEO, make sure that all of the content and photos do not relate to the purpose of the website, so no search engine will know what your website is about.
- Difficult UI: Allowing a user to conveniently use your website is essential to good SEO, so make sure to make your website difficult to navigate and read. Using obvious buttons, headings, and drop-down menus would improve SEO so make sure your website is as hard to navigate as possible.
Obviously, no one wants to reduce SEO on their website. Use this short list as a satirical approach to understanding what about your website may be suboptimal today but could greatly improve SEO in the future with some tweaking.