If you have trouble understand whether something you’re going to do will get you a penalty or not by Google here’s what to do.
First of all whatever you do put yourself in the visitors shoes, how your change is going to effect him. If it’s a good positive benefit for your visitor probably you’re on the right track, Google will not penalize you. Since their aim is to give the searcher, your visitor benefits.
Let say for example you had a page in English language, and you changed the language to Spanish. But you did not bother changing the meta tags since all you did was translate the page from English to Spanish. You’re confused whether or not to make meta tags in Spanish as well.
Your visitor will like it? No, if he finds your website in Google, read in English the title and description… he expects an English written page, makes totally sense. He may not even recognize Spanish, can’t read it at all.
So figure out always what your visitor, not what you like or dislike, need! The same is true for almost everything you do. for more detail go to:www.seo-prediction.com.Most of the optimization techniques you apply on your website, the so called onpage optimization, the bottom line for those optimization is to give your visitor the ultimate experience, in area of navigation, quality content and so on.
So you’re optimizing your website to get high rankings of course. But if you yet don’t know why you do these techniques versus others or nothing at all, then now you know… This can be news for you, since you can adopt the new mindset now, and start thinking of your visitor. It’s the reason why you do onpage optimization.
At first you may be thinking, oh we have to do this and that and alt tags on our website, because spiders love them. Sort of like seo techniques to make robots come your way and rank your website. Applying the new mindset you can quickly and easy figure out the right techniques known as white hat, versus the bad or risky techniques known as black hat. Plus you can figure what’s right or wrong yourself in most cases like the example above.
So always think of your visitor, you’ll get rewarded fast. I never try to get the perfect keyword density, in most cases I just write content for the visitor. A 6 percent keyword density is more like a way to get spiders to rank your site, than it’s a good way to build a quality website. And I bet that’s the reason Google no longer gives so much value to that technique. Plus that’s also why I never, ever tried to get a specific percentage of density.