Many of you will have a FAQ page (frequently asked questions) on your website. It kind of goes hand in hand with the escort industry. We’re going to explain how you can utilise this page to its full potential…
- What does incall mean?
- How far will you travel?
- Can I book more than one escort?
- Are your pictures genuine?
These and so many more you’ll already be familiar with of course. The FAQ page of your website is more useful than you think. If you pack as much information onto this page as possible, you’re not only helping to avoid having to answer all these on the phone, you’re also covering your back to a certain extent. For example, if a client has a complaint to make about something that was clearly published on your FAQ page, it’s very useful indeed.
Using the page to optimise
It’s in your interests to get as many of your pages indexed as possible of course, so getting your FAQ page done is a bonus. To begin with, make sure you use an internal link or two on your site to help Google find the page. This should be easy enough to drop in pretty much anywhere. A simple “If you have questions, visit our FAQs” should suffice.
Optimising the page can be done in the same way as any other in many respects. Getting Keyphrases into your text is really quite easy to do on a FAQ page, especially since you can turn it into one of the pages on your site that has valuable long form content.
Perfect opportunity for long form content
Long form content is basically what it sounds like. It’s content with a lot of text. The beauty of using your FAQ page for this is that it maintains its “readability” so to speak. Because you will more than likely bullet point your questions and answers, and they will be short in reply, you’re not going to lose your readers interest.
The beauty of Long form content is that you can engage with the reader at various points in your text. Having FAQ long form content is even better, since the content you have on there will address virtually every page on your website. This means that you can place a number of internal links elsewhere on the site, enabling Google to read and index more efficiently. Be sure to try and use as many anchor text phrases when using internal links, as long as they read naturally.
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