How to make Google love you?

Millions of website owners around the globe dream to be Google’s favorite! There is no magic in that but you will need a lot of science, art, and expertise to get there.
But be sure, it’s much simpler than you may think it is!

The combination of science, art, and expertise is called SEO. SEO ( Search Engine Optimization) is the practice of increasing the quantity and quality of traffic to your website through organic search engine results.

We gathered in this post the basics of SEO to give your business or brand website the best chances with Google. Believe it or not millions of websites still don’t have any SEO attention and none of the below is done:

The Meta Title Tag

This is a set of about 160 characters. It serves as a catch and summary of your website pages.

Hn structure (h1, h2, h3 … h6)

The tags h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 are used to structure the editorial content of a web page. This is useful for Internet users who can understand better the structure of your content and also for Search Engines that particularly take into account the key-phrases located in these levels of titles.

This starts with your h1 and works its way down in importance to the h2, h3 and so on.


The choice of keywords targeted on your website is one of the major steps in the implementation of an SEO strategy. To bring maximum traffic to your site, try to focus keywords that matter the most for you while proving your reader with quality and useful content.

Long-tail keywords

Long-tail keywords are longer and more specific keyword phrases that visitors are more likely to use when they’re closer to a point-of-purchase. They are much more specific than short-tail keywords.

Note that they have a much lower search volume compared to the short-tail keywords.

Short-tail keywords

As the name suggested, short-tail keywords are three words or Fewer.
Sometimes they are also called the head keyword. Short-tail keywords have a huge amount of search volume but are also highly competitive.

The robots.txt file

This file tells to search engines what is allowed for them to do or not on your website and gives them further information about it too. The robots.txt file should be placed at the root of your site.

If the domain of your site is, the robots.txt file must be located at the following address

The Sitemap file

If you look over the internet, among the various SEO checklists found on the Web, there is a redundant file called the sitemap.xml.

The Sitemap file should include any useful URLs starting with in your website.


They are also called «incoming links» or «inbound links» that are created when one website links to another. The more of the good quality you have the better it is for your Search Engine ranking.


You need to optimize your URLs for SEO. Although a URL can be viewed

As just information about the location of a web page, it contains much more. You can optimize your website URLs for SEO using those tips:

  • Prefer single dashes at the bottom lashes
  • Include the main keyword in your URLs
  • Do not forget customized 404 redirects for broken URLs

Website Speed

Page speed is a measurement of how fast the content on your page loads.

It’s no surprise that Google has been measuring the speed of your site, and using that in its ranking algorithms, since 2010. More recently, in 2018, the speed of your site on/for mobile devices became a much more important signal, too.


The most important term in SEO is the indexing of the web pages. Indexing is the most important activity to get the website ranked in the search engine and make them aware of your webpages and add them in their databases.

Duplicate content

Duplicated content penalizes SEO

Also note that for the sake of quality natural search results (SEO), search engines try to identify sites hosting duplicate content to punish very heavily. So be careful about that!

User Experience

UX refers to how your visitors will perceive your website. If this feeling is positive, they will come back. If it is not, you already know the answer.

The UX aims to convert visitors into customers through a positive experience on the website or via a product. You can build positive experience through easy navigation, mobile-friendliness, clarity, interactivity …

Responsive design

That’s right Google favors websites that use responsive design and who are we to argue with Google?

With the release of the last version of its algorithm, Google has designed a new mobile ranking system favoring mobile-friendly websites, making it necessary to invest in responsive design.

To conclude, consider using your Search Console more frequently because it provides you with information about the health of your site and information about your understanding of your site by Google. Basically, it’s good for your SEO.