Killer SEO Checklist – 75 Actionable Steps to Success [Infographic]

Optimizing your web site for search (SEO) can be a daunting task.  There are many factors to consider and it’s easy to leave out an important step.  Below is an infographic that includes 75+ actionable steps to lead you to success.

The checklist starts with On Page SEO and involves steps such as creating a new brand with a unique domain name, using proper HTML semantic markup such as headings, using alt tags to intelligently to optimize your images, including a quality page meta title and description, to name just a few.

There are also tips for Off Page SEO such as setting up a Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) account, creating social brand pages to boost your ranking on search engines, employing link baiting tactics to get more inbound links, and purchasing ads through Google Adwords, Bing Ads, Facebook Ads, and others.

Finally, the checklist includes action items for optimizing your website speed and performance by using GTMetrix, Pingdom and other tools, setting up 301 redirects effectively to preserve page rank, and using an SSL Certificate to boost search engine rank.

This Infographic was created by Capsicum Mediaworks.  To read the full article, visit: https://capsicummediaworks.com/seo-checklist/.  For more information about Capsicum Mediaworks, visit: https://capsicummediaworks.com/.

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Chris Casale

Chris is the V.P. of Technology and Data at Araxam where he is responsible for managing the technology infrastructure, leading the development of new software initiatives, managing the data warehouse, and tracking and analyzing metrics and key performance indicators. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida and an M.S. in Cyber Security from the University of South Florida. When he's not solving problems with his amazing team, you can find him working on his newest idea, watching sports, or spending time with his incredible family. Ask Chris for his very biased opinion on New York sports teams or how to plan and implement the right technology stack for your organization!