You can think of SEO as a process of translating your website into a series of words that are stored on a computer. When someone types those words into a search bar, the computer will look up the words and show them all the pages on your website that have the specific content you’re searching for.
When someone clicks on one of those pages, they’ll be taken to a specific URL
on your site where they can click around, look at products and make a purchase if they want to. SEO is essentially the process of choosing good keywords (or “long-tail keywords”) for your content so that you’re showing up for specific search terms.
Ideally, your content will be so good that even if someone types a completely different search term into Google, your page will still come up for them because the keywords on your page will help the computer understand what your page is about.
You might be thinking, “This sounds like the key is just to have lots of keyword density on your page.” That’s not exactly it. The best way to create a page that people want to link to is to create a page that’s useful.
We live in a world where people are looking to find information on topics that are important to them. You can’t just put anything on your page and think that people are going to link to it. If you’re creating anything from scratch, you need to start by finding information that’s published online about the topic you’re interested in. You can do this by using Google search or by using Google Scholar. By using these search engines, you can find academic research about anything you want to learn more about.
Once you find academic research, you can cite it, and then you can use the information you found to create your own blog post. Below you will know how important SEO is on your eCommerce website