Want to know more about SEO in 2019? Here are the main trends to follow to improve your search optimization skills.

It’s easy to be confused by the information overload when you start with SEO. Too many tactics can discourage you from putting your skills into practice. However, there is no need to scare to learn more about search engine optimization.

SEO does not have to be complicated. You can start the new year by building your skills to experiment with new ideas.

One step at a time can help you improve your site’s optimization. The best way to start is to pay attention to the online habits of your readers.

SEO ranking factors have changed a lot over the years (find out how in our keyword research guide). The search engine optimization techniques that worked 5 years ago are not at the rendezvous today.

That’s why we’ve gathered expert advice to make sure you’re using the best SEO strategy for the coming year.

It’s up to you to practice these SEO tips. We recommend that you start with our SEO audit guide and then update your outdated SEO before moving on to these tips. When you’re done, make sure your new strategy works by reviewing our Guide to Measuring Content Marketing Return on Investment.

In a way, it becomes difficult for people to determine which SEO techniques to implement and which ones to reject. Here are some of the most important SEO tips to follow in 2019 if you want to improve the ranking of your website without being affected by Google Penalty or Algorithm updates.

ultimate seo tips 2019

Let’s start with the best ultimate SEO tips for 2019:

1. Fresh content

Fresh content that I mean here is not fresh content that is generally known to SEO practitioners (there are always articles every day or every week). Fresh content here means that the content has nothing in common with pre-existing content.

For example, we want to make an article about “learning SEO”, then we rewrite articles that are on the first page. That is, the content is not fresh, because when people read, it will mutter silently “ah, the contents are just as rich as the previous blog”. As a result, it will increase the bounce rate, reducing the possibility of people to share our articles on social media.

For example, “fresh” content is an article “learning seo” on mastahseo.com, when many blogs discuss technical onpage, offpage, and so on. In fact, mastahseo.com makes content that is very different, namely things that should be known by people who want to learn SEO. The result? please see for yourself on Google by typing the keyword “learn seo”.

2. Search Intent

What is search intent? If it is in Indonesian, it means “search intent”, or even better the purpose of searching for a keyword.

In my opinion, this is something that is very difficult to explain using sentences, but the simple point is that a good article must not only be interesting to read, but also must be in accordance with what visitors want.

An example of a search intent that I often see for example is “Selling the Benefits of Acne Medication”. Believe it or not, articles with a pattern like this will be very difficult to enter the first page either in the keyword “selling acne drugs” or the keyword “benefits of acne drugs”.

3. Mobile Friendly

Google has launched a mobile first algorithm since last year (I have previously discussed it in a Mobile SEO article). This algorithm was launched because there are currently more internet users who use mobile than desktop.

The way the algorithm works is to prioritize mobile indexes rather than desktops. For example, it could be that on the desktop our keywords are in first place, but when on mobile it turns out to fall in fifth position. In this case, our mobile SEO means trouble.

4. HTTPS

Basically, this is not something that directly affects SEO. But as we know, the Chrome browser will now provide a “unsafe” sign for sites that do not use HTTPS. For those of us who are struggling in the world of SEO, surely we will see this “unsafe” label as something natural. But what about our web visitors who are generally unfamiliar with this? Of course they will judge our sites that do not use HTTPS to be dangerous to visit, as a result, close tabs, high bounce rates, dropping ranking.

5. Pay attention to UI and UX

This is a trite thing that I have often discussed on this blog. But once again I want to remind that UI and UX play an important role in terms of user comfort in visiting our site. A good UI and UX will make users comfortable tearing up our site and of course making the bounce rate of our website safe.

A high bounce rate can make the ranking above, it suddenly dropped into the middle of a break.

6. Branding

Instead of just using existing keywords to capture visitors, build web branding well too. Build brand like your name or your company name or your store name.

7. Voice Search

Honestly, I haven’t studied this voice search. And I also personally see that the majority of people in Indonesia are still searching by typing keywords rather than “OK Google”. But even so, this voice search will certainly develop from day to day and is worth studying.

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