Since I have started this web design journey, I have increasingly found myself leaning more towards this practice of search engine optimisation or SEO. I find it very interesting, challenging and fast-paced. It changes so frequently. For example, Google changes so often that many credible websites create tools to measure the changes in the SERPs at any given time.
One of the cornerstones of good SEO is creating quality content. Creating quality content may mean different things to different people. Unfortunately, when it comes to SEO, most people think quality content only means that the content must contain multiple instances of your keywords within. In fact, most of the content is not really readable by a human reader. So what is quality content and how do you go about creating it? That’s what I hope to go into today.