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Understand the importance of search engine optimization and sub-pages

if you start an online business, then you need to build at least 1,000 pages in a website, blog, forum, or other types of online sites. If you want to succeed, then you need to build many pages with good content in your niche. Most webmasters and bloggers understand this, which is a good thing, when they do not establish links to these pages and let them go deep into the SERP, the problem arises. If you are a webmaster or blogger, then your goal should be to treat every page as the index page of your main website, and accept Google’s title and related keywords as the first place. If you start optimizing and link building for all your subpages, you will find that every page on your website will slowly rise in Google. If you create a link to a page, then the authority of the page will increase, and the links from this page to other parts of your blog will become more powerful.

Before you start building links to all the pages in your website, it is important to make sure that your subpages have added certain aspects so that they can exist independently of Google and other major search engines. The first and most important thing is to set a title for the sub-page at the head of the html file and the top of the sub-page. The next step is to fill in the description, making sure to create a new description for each subpage you create. Now that you have a title and description, make sure you have added the navigation to the subpage. Usually this will not be a problem for blogs, because they have a master template, but if you are creating a website by hand, it is important to make sure that each of your subpages is optimized. Also, when you create navigation around your website, be sure to use keywords for subpages or subpage titles. This will help the subpage to rank higher in the SERP.

Now that you have fully optimized the subpages and are ready to prepare in serp, it is time to start building links to these subpages. This is actually easier said than done, because most link building resources only require a website’s main index and do not allow subpages or domains. Focus on the resources that allow you to create links to subpages. These resources include blogs, article directories, and social bookmarks. These three will be your best choice if you want to start ranking your subpages in SERPs. Normally, ranking a subpage in the SERP requires much less work because it has already sucked some authority from the index. Try to create a few hundred links to each subpage. This will ensure that your page will not get deep into the SERP and will also help spread the page rankings around your website.

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