Did you know there are SEO mistakes that are affecting your search engine rankings? The problem might be anywhere, Meta tags, page speed, or the duplicate content. As per a research, if there are errors with these three elements, your search engine ranking is definitely at risk.
In the year 2017, some 175 million pages were audited and it was found out that there are around 300 million errors on those pages. Therefore, we analyzed them properly and penned down the following common mistakes that are pushing you back in the search engine rankings:
- Accessibility and Indexation
Under this category, duplicate data or repetition of data on more than one web page, non-indexed pages, a low word count (SEO word count of Google should at least be 300 words).
- Accelerated Mobile Pages
This Google project was launched in 2015. It will help in the loading speed of the website on mobile devices. You should keep checking outdated tags that show up in the AMP document. Your CSS style sheets should comply with the AMP rules.
- Meta Tags
Another important factor to consider if you want to improve your search engine ranking. The titles should not be duplicate, the title should not be too long or too short and the title should not be missing at all.
Your heading under the H1 tag should not be missing, there should not be more than one heading and the heading should not be improperly nested.