alan

Where to add more contents to hompage to make it not "thin contents"?

by @alan (22), 11 months ago

Hi,

I am using WordPress and Yoast SEO said the words in my page

https://www.datanumen.com

is less than 300. As this is the home page, it only contains some introduction texts. I check each section but cannot find a place where I can put more contents. If I do, then the full of words will affect both the visitor reading and the visual effects.

So, my question is, ask for suggestions that can increase the words while also keep the page looks professional, not full of words make the visitor overwhelming.

Thank you very much.

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Gamerseo
by @Gamerseo (960), 11 months ago

I think it's better if you build texts on the pages of your products and services. It is much easier to add the right amount of text on the relevant subpages.

alan
by @alan (22), 11 months ago

@Gamerseo (145),

Thank you very much. Yes, I just put more contents for in the product page, such as

https://www.datanumen.com/outlook-repair/

However, for the homepage, how to make up more contents naturally?

Gamerseo
by @Gamerseo (960), 11 months ago

The home page should generally present your product or service. Don't write a lot of text. it will look unnatural. In seo, you also have to remember that the website is primarily for users.

jaap
by @jaap (1010), 11 months ago

If you can explain in 10 words what you offer on the homepage, 11 words are too many. The visitor's intention is to find the right information. If you offer it, it will be good.

Just make sure that visitors from the homepage click through to the next page for more information, or for the product. To avoid bounces.

Google will then see that you have a low bounce rate and will rank you higher in the search results.

The only drawback of low content is the low dwell time.

Gamerseo
by @Gamerseo (960), 11 months ago

We will not agree with this. The bounce rate is really very important, but if you write 10 words long, you won't get good seo results.

jaap
by @jaap (1010), 11 months ago

You don't have to agree. I've several nr. 1 postions with pages like this.

If your page is technical optimised, gives the best answer to a question and has enough good backlinks it works.

ms
by @ms (3036), 11 months ago

I have same experience across multiple niches as @jaap.

It also depends on the domain (how credible the website in general is). Specially from the start - when you publish new page. If Google previously had good success serving your pages, even with 10 word content, they are likely to push your new page much higher, even without any real world data for the page itself.

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