Am I correct in thinking that the SEO score is mainly about search engine
rating? If so, I doubt that such changes to the wording would make that big of a
different. Search engines are always re-tuning their algorithms, so there is no
one rule that will always get your page a better ranking.
One of the more heavily weighted factors, as I understand it, is the number of
links pointing to your page from other pages. That tends to be determined by the
usefulness of the content more than the particular wording.
On Wed, 2019-04-17 at 08:55 -0400, Paul Frields wrote:
I saw the snippet after I wrote this -- thanks! I also made that
active, with a call-to-action (such as "Learn how to," "Read about,"
etc.). Let me know if some of the changes I made make sense. The
passive/active part takes some practice, it's not always easy. In
fact, I couldn't get that to go "green" without goofing the text up
too much. As i said, the article was a good one so these are all just