Tip of The Week: Structured SEO of a Growing Blog

Your blog grow larger, demands perseverance. It takes a while before you found by the search engines. At the moment you will be noticed and your blog grows you will probably face new challenges in the field of SEO. Think about it again and again come up with new content. How do I go with the best keywords? How do I work best with guest bloggers? How do I maintain a good structure for my growing blog? In this post you will find four tips to make the structure of your blog to join this expanding growth.

A good structure … Why?

Maintaining a proper structure for your blog or website is important for your SEO strategy. A well thought out and built structure makes Google better understand your website. You’ll be not a competitor of your website in any case, because the content is in competition with one another. As long as your blog is still small, this is usually not a problem, but the more you blog, the more maintenance it requires. How can you keep well organized this structure? Below are four tips on how to do this.

1. Keep your focus on categories

While writing your posts and develop your blog you might notice that some topics are discussed more than others. It simply goes so that you easily pay more attention to one subject than another. It is good once in a while, for example, every few months, to compare the volume of your categories. Perhaps one category is growing faster than the other. If that is indeed so it may be an option to split the large class into two.

Suppose you write a blog about Southern France with categories VAR, Alpes-Maritimes and Bouches du Rhone. You notice that the category of Alpes-Maritimes has become disproportionate because you write a lot about the region also known as Cote d’Azur. It is a wise move to add the Riviera category. You have four categories that are more similar to each other in size.

2. Working with subcategories and tags

You get to the stage where you have a lot of posts, it becomes increasingly difficult to check whether you have the correct links to the same content. There are simply too many posts to choose from. That’s a shame because some messages will be lost in this structure. This suppositious messages will only receive little left and therefore no longer find their way to your audience and Google.

By adding subcategories make extra layers and it creates a better hierarchy. This ensures that Google understands the Web site. Above all, this ensures that each category contains fewer posts and left more and more to be divided equally between them. So is there no content ‘lost’.
Tags also make sure that your messages get enough links. you go not beyond this. Each tag group has surely need three posts. Evaluate your tags from time to time and remember to create new if you write about a new topic.

3. Avoid endless clicking

Nobody love to endlessly by scrolling down or clicking through messages. So make sure that your readers can easily get through your messages. One way that you can use for this is pagination. This allows your readers find what they are looking for and they do not endlessly click your archive.

4. Remove outdated messages

Content that is old or outdated and nobody can be read remove you better. This will keep your blog up to date. However, deleting a message can lead to a 404 page report and you’d rather not. Remove your page, so in the right way. How can you do that you can read here.


Keep your attention there as soon as your blog grows. regularly analyze the structure and see if it still fits the size of your blog. Make the right adjustments. Evaluate your categories and subcategories and organize your tags. A growing blog needs a clear structure that grows and evolves. As long as you keep your attention remains your blog user-friendly so SEO friendly.