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All In One Blogger SEO| Full Tutorial

We know that SEO is most important factor of bloggers and website.But it is necessary to follow Google webmasters Guidelines to Optimize your Blog and website.
But what is optimization? So many bloggers has the same problem that didn't understood about SEO and easily misguide about it. Of Course they worried about it.But is also important that understand clearly about Blogger SEO.

Generally Google blogger Needs to optimize about Following Things.

  • text / image links guideline
  • titles / alt guideline
  • dynamic links guideline
  • page speed guideline
  • paid links guideline
  • robots.txt guideline
  • sitemap for search engines guideline
  • sitemap for visitors guideline
  • amount of links guideline
  • if modified since guideline
Text / image links guideline
Try to use text instead of images to display important names, content, or links. The Google crawler doesn't recognize text contained in images. If you must use images for textual content, consider using the "ALT" attribute to include a few words of descriptive text.
Titles / Alt guideline
Make sure that your <title> elements and ALT attributes are descriptive and accurate.
Try to use text instead of images to display important names, content, or links. If you must use images for textual content, consider using the "ALT" attribute to include a few words of descriptive text.

Dynamic links guideline
If you decide to use dynamic pages (i.e., the URL contains a "?" character), be aware that not every search engine spider crawls dynamic pages as well as static pages. It helps to keep the parameters short and the number of them few.

Page speed guideline
Monitor your site's performance and optimize load times. Google's goal is to provide users with the most relevant results and a great user experience. Fast sites increase user satisfaction and improve the overall quality of the web (especially for those users with slow Internet connections), and we hope that as webmasters improve their sites, the overall speed of the web will improve.

paid link guideline
Make reasonable efforts to ensure that advertisements do not affect search engine rankings. For example, Google's AdSense ads and DoubleClick links are blocked from being crawled by a robots.txt file.

Robots.txt guideline
"Make use of the robots.txt file on your web server. This file tells crawlers which directories can or cannot be crawled. Make sure it's current for your site so that you don't accidentally block the Googlebot crawler.
The robots.txt file is discussed in three different Google webmaster guidelines and is of great importance to Google as the main thing they do is index the internet with their crawler named Googlebot.
Webmasters can control how Google interacts with their webpages by using the robots.txt file. The content of this file tells search engine crawlers how they should visit your site.
If there are files and directories you do not want indexed by search engines, you can use a robots.txt file to define where the robots should not go. These files are very simple text files that are placed on your web server.
They must be placed on the root folder, as an example...

If you want to see any websites' robots.txt file you can just add "/robots.txt" to their domain name.

Sitemap for search engines guideline
Submit a Sitemap using Google Webmaster Tools. Google uses your Sitemap to learn about the structure of your site and to increase our coverage of your webpages.

Sitemap for users guideline
Offer a site map to your users with links that point to the important parts of your site. If the site map has an extremely large number of links, you may want to break the site map into multiple pages.
The full text of this Google webmaster guideline is.
"Offer a site map to your users with links that point to the important parts of your site. If the site map has an extremely large number of links, you may want to break the site map into multiple pages."
Amount of links guideline
Keep the links on a given page to a reasonable number.
This used to be one of the clearest guidelines offered by Google. This guideline used to state that less than 100 links per page should be used per page. It now states that the amount of links should be "reasonable".

if modified since guideline
Make sure your web server supports the If-Modified-Since HTTP header. This feature allows your web server to tell Google whether your content has changed since we last crawled your site. Supporting this feature saves you bandwidth and overhead.
The name is a bit daunting but what it does is really quite simple. The If-Modified-Since HTTP header tells a search engine spider one of two things about a webpage...
This webpage has not changed, no need to download again.
This webpage has changed so download again because there is new information.

Now As per Google webmaster Guidelines Blogger blog should be more optimize about following things.

Be clearly better
Be distinctively better than other websites in your field. Create unique pages that help, delight and impress users.

Make pages for users
The most important thing that affects your ranking on Google is how much people are satisfied or pleasured by your webpages.

Create useful pages
Useful and information-rich pages are what users crave. Your users should find content that is original and solves their problems.

Clear hierarchy & text links
The way your website is organized defines what is important to your website. Using text links ensures that those links are functional.

Titles and alt tags
Accurate and descriptive webpage titles are essential for a healthy website. Alt tags should describe the image, not your keywords.

Give users a map
Site maps should be a useful way for your visitors to quickly and easily find the information they are seeking on your website.

Ensure Google sees
If Google can not see or understand your webpages, they can not be ranked in Google. Make sure your webpages are understood by Google.

Use of robots.txt
The content of your robots.txt file tells search engine crawlers how they should visit your site. Don't block Google by mistake.

Block unuseful pages
Blocking pages that do not add much value can really boost your rankings. Every page Google has indexed from your site should be amazing.

Paid links and Ads
Paid links and advertisements should not pass pagerank. If it does on your webpages, you will likely be penalized.

Don't try to trick Google
Spend time improving your webpages, not on SEO tricks or shortcuts. If you use tricks or shortcuts, you will be ranked lower than your competitors.

Add value to affiliate pages
Affiliate web pages need to have original useful content to be ranked well in the Google results. Use of content provided by another website adds no value.

Avoid Auto generated pages
Auto-generated pages or content will not rank well in Google. Pages that are constructed mostly of machine translated text, feeds, spun content, or other such nonsense is against the Google guidelines.

Avoid link schemes
Who you link to and who links to you affects your ranking in the Google results. Make sure you are not in any bad neighborhoods. Link relationships are described in depth.

Don't cloak
Cloaking is sending users to a different place than Googlebot or other search engine spiders. Make sure you are not doing this as this behavior is heavily penalized by Google.

Avoid sneaky redirects
Hiding redirects in javascript or other manipulative methods is bad. Users should always be sent where they expect to go, and the same content and links should be seen by users and search engine spiders.

Don't use hidden text or links
Using hidden text or links on your webpages is easily detected by Google. Your site will be penalized if you do this.

Avoid doorway pages
Doorway pages are webpages that are "optimized" for particular keyword phrases and only exist to capture that keyword phrase in search engine results.

Don't use scraped content
Using scraped or stolen content is against the Google webmaster guidelines and it is also against the law. Not a good idea.

Don't keyword stuff your pages
Keyword stuffing is not only bad for your users, it is against the Google guidelines. Using keywords over and over unnaturally will not please your

Don't add badware to pages
Don't be mean. Adding viruses, trojans, or other badware to your webpages is a sure fire way to lose trust, traffic, and ranking.

Don't abuse rich snippets
Misleading or false information in your rich snippet mark up will result in lower rankings

Use the right amount of links
Too many links can overwhelm a user. There are not many good reasons to have several dozens or hundreds of links on one page. Make sure every link has a truly good reason to be there.

Choose words wisely
Make sure you are using words that accurately describe your content and include words in your website that are relevant for searchers.

Text links are more reliable
Text is well understood by search engines, images are not. If you use images for important links on your page, they might not be understood or recognized as well as text is.

Broken links and correct HTML
No one enjoys clicking on a link that seems to be exactly what they are looking for only to find that no web page is there. Correct HTML displays well across different browsers and devices.

Dynamic pages
Dynamic pages must be able to be understood by Google. They face special challenges which are described in this guideline.

Don't deceive users
Users hate being deceived. You hate being deceived. Google hates it too.

Support if modified since
The if modified since http header lets Google know if your web pages have been updated.

Session IDs and tracking
Don't confuse Googlebot with session id's and other tracking methods.

Submit content to Google
It is very easy to add all kinds of content to Google. This guidelines tells you how.