A positive attitude in the workplace can make a big difference!!! We’re sure many of you can relate to this in some way or another:
Meetings in which most of the discussion is on what is going wrong rather than about ideas on how to solve the problem.
Upper management seems to care only about how they are measured (usually by short-term profits) rather than about the long-term success of the company.
General conversations occur around the workplace almost daily in which people complain to each other about how this, that, or the entire company is doomed to fail.
Employees backstab each other in attempts to “get ahead” in the company.
People leave their workplace at the end of the day feeling drained and lifeless from all the negative energy.
0: Do Not Cheat. Period.
If you walked into a room full of genius scientists with PHDs, do you think you could outsmart them all? No. Google has hundreds of rooms full of genius scientists with PHDs, and their job is to work 60 hours a week to make sure you can’t fool Google. You can’t outsmart them. Ever. Ignore any advice on trying to cheat the system and focus on making great web sites with great content, and your sites will show up fine in searches.
1. Proper use of <h1> and <h2> tags
Headers and sub-headers are not only useful for making up a good layout. Search engines do also love it when we use headers. But that is when we use them wisely. This means that you should use them in a way that makes sense – do not spam your site with various headers as it is a sure way of keeping both the search engines and the visitors away. Most important sections of a page should be H1 and H2 and then smaller sections should be H3. H4-H6 are rarely used tags.