The Anatomy of an Optimized Web Page

The Anatomy of an Optimized Web Page

How you optimize your web page – the design, copy and placement of various elements – can have a huge impact on how your site ranks in search results. Ranking higher on the pages of Google and Bing can, in turn, mean more views, social media shares and likes, and most importantly, new customers discovering your product or service.

The problem is web page optimization often feels complicated and overwhelming for the average user, who is not a web developer or SEO expert.

Fear not. We have created a piece by piece deconstruction of each element on a web page that will help you build your brand, reach more people with your content and gain more followers.

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Authored by: Stefan Schumacher

Stefan Schumacher is the editor of The Payroll Blog. He has 10 years of experience as a journalist, including as a producer for syndicated radio, a newspaper reporter and editor, and a trade magazine writer and editor. If you're interested in guest blogging for The Payroll Blog or would like to use any of our content, email Stefan.Schumacher@surepayroll.com. You can also connect with Stefan on Google Plus.

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