Search engine optimization (SEO) is a methodology of strategies, techniques and tactics used to increase the amount of visitors to a website by obtaining a high-ranking placement in the search results page of a search engines – Google, Bing, Yahoo and others. In simple words, it is an activity of ensuring that a website can be found in search engines by words and phrases relevant to what the site is offering.
In order to make SEO treats accessible for you, cPanel has partnered with Attracta – largest search engine optimization service in the world, providing a free selection of SEO and marketing tools.
In this article we will give you the directions as well as tell about basic SEO features.
1. Log in to cPanel > navigate to section SEO and Marketing Tools > SEO Tools:
2. Wait for cPanel to redirect you to Attracta’s website.
3. Choose the required domain and click on Go to SEO tools.
We finally got to our destination point. Now let’s check out 4 free SEO tools at our disposal. Number 5 – SEO audit – is a paid service:
1. Get in Google:
This tool helps you to create a sitemap and submits it to the most popular search engines. A sitemap is like a website compass for search engines – it tells them where to go and what content to find as well as how often it’s updated. Based on this information search engines provide users with this information in search results.
In order to create a sitemap click on the blue button Create and Submit Sitemap.
2. Google Blacklist check helps you to find out if you are blacklisted by Google for any of named reasons:
3. Link building:
Link building helps you to keep track of web pages linking to your posts. Backlinking including keywords help you rank higher in search engines.
Attracta’s feature allows you to build up to 3 backlinks from Attracta’s high ranking business directory. These links with keywords are indexed with high search ranking by all major search engines.
Click on Build links to complete the form and hit Submit listing once you are done:
4. See your new listings
Click on Verify your submissions to verify which search engines have received your sitemap:
It’s quite a basic selection, of course, but it’s a good first step in SEO.