Are you looking for SEO for Blogger blog to rank higher in search engines?
Here are some useful and easy SEO strategies to take your Blogger Blog to the next level!
If you are using Blogger as the platform, these tips will guarantee your blog posts get higher rankings.
Back in 2015 when I considered starting my first blog, the first question that came to mind was, What platform must I choose for my blog?
I had to choose between Blogger or WordPress.
I had no technical skills to start with the complex process of creating a blog. Also, I wanted to write only to cultivate my skill in writing and share my thoughts.
Making money from my blog was not my goal so there was no point in making any investment to set up a blog.
These were the two main reasons why I chose Blogger to start my blogging journey.
Starting a blog with Blogger is free of cost. It requires very little effort to set it up and get running.
Like me, many of you who are considering starting your blog, choosing the blogging platform is the first thing they need to decide. With so much varying information around, you may get confused.
The answer to this question is not as tough as you may feel. I have seen people researching for weeks just to figure out what platform to use. I did that at the start and wasted a lot of time doing so.
But with my experience I have realized, there is no need to scratch your head for that.
The answer to this is simple and depends only on what you want to achieve from your blog.
Blogger is useful when you want to start blogging as a hobby and want to share your thoughts about the topics, you are a master at. When you want to share your knowledge and help others learn from your experience.
When you need a simple platform to start, have no technical skills, and have no interest to make money from your blog. For any of these reasons, the Blogger platform is a good choice for you.
On the other side, if you want a blog to make money, promote your business, or build brand awareness, WordPress is the right choice for you.
If you want to be a professional Blogger, the Blogger platform may not be ideal to solve this purpose. You should consider WordPress in that case.
No matter which platform you choose, SEO plays an integral part to rank your posts in search engines.
With WordPress, you have the liberty to add plugins that can help in SEO but Blogger does not have this option.
I do not rank WordPress higher based on its ability to add and use the plugins. With the latest Google algorithm changes, it’s apparent that what values most is your content. Google computation has gone far ahead in capturing Black Heads SEO tactics.
Google, now believes in the quality content that provides a good reading experience for humans and not for bots. Plugins are all bots and work only on AI. They are nowhere near matching the human level of the reading experience.
Google is relying more on human evaluation for the content than on bots. This is how they decide the rankings now.
Plugins can be handy but they can never be the decisive factor in your ranking. What matters most is creating high-quality content.
If you are a bit familiar with blogging, you would have known Yoast SEO Plugin. It is the first choice for bloggers for SEO enhancements. I have never used this plugin ever in my life. I deem my quality content itself will be upshot in giving my posts the SEO benefits.
Here, I am not depreciating WordPress. This comparison was only to motivate you. If you choose Blogger you don’t have to think of losing grounds on SEO.
If you create quality content both Blogger and WordPress will end up with the same results of the ranking.
Now, since you have understood that Blogger is not behind WordPress in terms of SEO, let’s understand some of the basics of SEO.
I have summarized my 19 Tips here, we will discuss these in detail later in this article.
Why SEO For Blogger Blogs?
Blogger is one of the most favored and popular blogging platforms in the world. It is free to start and thus becomes the first choice for new bloggers. You can have your online presence today with BlogSpot free of cost.
For this reason, the number of BlogSpot blogs running is enormous. Each day, thousands of new blogs come on top of them. This makes the list even bigger. So, to stand out, your blog has to be slicker than millions of others out there.
Thousands of blogs compete with each other for the #1 page on Google. Not all can be there. Your SEO is the only way to outperform others and beat them in rankings.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. The blog with better SEO strategies wins the race and earns it’s spot higher in the search engines.
To get more traffic to your blog, you should optimize your blog for search engines. This is what we mean by the term SEO.
SEO has two sides to it.
- On-Page SEO/On-Site SEO
- Off-Page SEO/Off-Site SEO
What Is On-Page Search Engine Optimization?
Everything you do with your blog’s front end and to the HTML code, belong to On-Page Search Engine Optimization or On-Page SEO.
Blog content, blog design, theme, mobile usability, page load speed, post interlinking, and post categorization are a few. Blog title, meta description, heading tags, URL structure, keyword-rich content, optimized images, or videos all are a part of On-Page SEO.
In a nutshell, On-Page SEO considers all the aspects of a blog post that, when added together, improve the rankings in the search results.
As Google becomes more refined in its algorithm, one of the major factors influencing On-Page SEO is the relevance of the content. How relevant your page is to a particular search query becomes a major factor for improving your rankings?
What Is Off-Page Search Engine Optimization?
The other way to increase the visibility of your site is by Off-Page Search Engine Optimization or Off-Page SEO. Everything outside your blog still persuades your blog, belongs to Off-Page SEO.
Off-Page SEO is an optimization that takes place away from your website.
Link building, social media marketing, social bookmarking, writing guest posts are a few ways for Off-Site SEO.
For instance, if you have a Facebook page that has posts linking to your website, this becomes Off-Page SEO.
Off-Site SEO does a good job in increasing your search ranks but it is a lot more difficult to achieve than On-Page SEO.
In this article, I am focusing only on On-Page SEO strategies.
There are many ways to optimize your blog post for search engines.
I have enlisted below 19 useful and easy tips you can apply now on your BlogSpot blog and individual posts to rank higher in search engines.
Let’s get started 😊
On-Page SEO Strategies
1- Start With Keyword Research
The term Keywords refers to the words, a group of words, or small phrases people use as a query to get relevant information from the search engines. Your blog is the place where this information holds. Search engines crawl the blog pages and put this information in front of end-users.
The simple way to tell the search engines about the relevance of your content is to include the keywords on it in a smarter way. This helps search engines to get the pertinence of your blog against the search queries users make.
Keywords are the first and most important factors of SEO. Top bloggers spend a major part of their productive time on keyword research. They try to accumulate keywords with high search volume and low competition. They further use these when they create content around these keywords.
There are a lot of free and useful tools to help you with keyword research. Google Keyword Planner the most popular choice among all the bloggers.
Keywords Everywhere is a free Chrome extension that provides information splendidly. When you type a search term in the Google search bar, it shows the volume of searches for that term and also the competition. It also provides a lot of related keywords you can use for your superiority and authority.
Related Searches category provided by Google is also a great source to explore the keywords. They are present at the bottom of any search page on Google.
People Also Ask is another category provided by Google on the search page. You can use these to get related keywords and also to get the idea of the related topics on which you can write.
One of the best strategies that bloggers follow to make their content keyword-rich is by writing long content. This gives them ample opportunity to use all the keywords they research. Also, this prevents the over-saturation of the content with keywords that are bad for SEO.
2- Optimize Post Title
You spend a lot of time creating the content but people won’t bother reading it unless you also craft a perfect title.
It’s a well-known fact, people read headlines of newspapers or magazines and decide if they want to read the content or not. Likewise, 8 out of 10 people will not click on the blog post if it’s not persuasive.
The blog title is the first part of your blog post that your readers see. People read your blog content right after reading the post title. If your title is not appealing enough, they have no reason to click on it and get to the content. So, the title plays a critical role to gain high CTR.
Besides displaying in the searches, the title even appears when your blog post gets shared in any form on Social Media.
In the nutshell, the success of your post depends upon a good and catchy blog title.
Here are a few tips that will help you create splendid blog titles.
Tips For Title Optimization
2.1- Use Expert’s Formula
A general formula you should follow is:
Number/How/Why/What + Adjective + Keyword + Rationale + Promise
For example, 9 Killer Tips to Write a Blog Title That Pins Your Readers
2.2- Use Main Keyword
Earlier I talked about the use of keywords. Posts having a title with prominent keywords tend to rank higher.
2.3- Use Brackets, Hyphens, Exclamations, or Question Marks
Using these increases the readability of your title. These also help is raising curiosity and make it more appealing.
2.4- Don’t Mislead
To optimize your title, never mislead. The title should reflect what your content says.
While several elements make blog posts successful, one of the most important factors is a compelling title. I have kept it on the top of my list and can not further stress its importance.
Try these tips now and see results soon!
3- Optimize Post Description
Post-Description or Meta-Description is another important part of SEO and plays a major role in the appearance of a post in the search results.
A meta description is the snippet of the information below the link of a search result. It summarizes the contents of the page to the searcher. It induces and persuades the searcher to click and further through to your website. Any words that match the search term get highlighted in bold.
The purpose of a meta description is to get someone who searches about your topic to click your link. So, meta descriptions impact CTR.
Google says, there is no direct ranking advantage from the meta description. Google doesn’t use it in its ranking algorithm.
But I believe there is an indirect benefit. Google uses CTR as a way of working out SERPs. If more readers click on your result, Google considers you to be a good result. Based on this, it places you up the rank.
So, the better your meta description is, the more likely you’ll have a good ranking in search results. Optimizing the meta description is as important as optimizing your titles.
Here are a few tips that will help you create a great Meta-Description.
Tips For Meta-Description
3.1- Keep It Under 155 Characters
I do not define the perfect length. Google keeps changing its algorithm. I will suggest you should take enough space to get your message across. Try to keep your message short and brisk.
Try to get critical information in the first 155 characters of your meta description. The reason I say 155 characters is to set a benchmark for you and pursue it.
3.2- Make It Action Oriented
Consider starting with verbs like “Learn,” “Understand”, “Determine”, “Discover,” “Uncover”, or “Grab”.
Follow it up with specifics of what the searchers get if they click.
3.3- Provide Solution Or Benefit
People search to get solutions to their problems and how they can solve them. Use your post description to tell the searcher what they can expect by clicking your link.
Writing a snappy sentence as a preview of your content gives the searchers a reason to click. This is your chance to tell them about what you offer in your post content.
3.4- Include Call-To-Action
When you give a solution, provide a call-to-action for the searchers to indulge. Your meta description is like your sales copy so treat it as an invitation.
Phrases like “click now”, “grab yours”, “add value”, “find more”, etc will prompt your searchers to click.
3.5- Include Focus Keywords
The keywords that searchers use get highlighted in bold in the post descriptions. These will catch searchers’ attention and they are more likely to click.
Google is more inclined to use these keywords and have a better understanding of your content. This will make your post rank higher.
3.6- Make It Relevant And Don’t Disguise
If your description deceives the searcher with content not relevant, they won’t wait for a second to hit the back button.
Google will find out when meta descriptions trick visitors into clicking and might even penalize you.
Some meta descriptions are over-stuffed with keywords. This is bad and is an old-school to understanding SEO. Today the visitors know about these tricks and are more likely not to click.
Oversaturated keywords throw up all kinds of red flags and damage the level of trust.
You want the description precise, relevant, and match the content on the page.
3.7- Be Creative And Include Fun
The visitor relates a boring meta description to the boring content. Try to be creative when writing them.
3.8- Raise Emotions
Studies have revealed that many visitors click not by intent but by emotions. Try to include stories to evoke emotions in the visitors.
3.9- Be Unique
You do not want to appear on the search engines with the same description as your competitor. If your meta description is the same as those of others, it hinders the user experience.
The visitors will know you have nothing new to offer.
3.10- Preview Before You Publish
Don’t publish unless you access your meta description and compare it with your competitors. This is to ensure your uniqueness.
You want your meta description unique, crafted by you, and based on the above key points we discussed.
Try these tips now and see results soon!
4- Format Permalinks
Permalink is another name for your post URL. This is how Blogger shows your post URL when published.
URL plays an important role to increase the search engine ranking of your post pages.
Although it does not get much attention from the visitors, it still gets attention from search engines.
By default Blogger links this post looks like,
https://your blog’s URL.com/2018/12/your blog-post-title.html
Often it becomes lengthy and not SEO friendly. You must customize it before you publish your post.
Blogger provides you with the option to customize the URL. If we have this alternative, then why not use it for SEO advantage.
Tips for Custom Permalink
- Use a custom domain for your BlogSpot blog. Avoid sub-domain of blogspot.com.
- Use the expert’s formula, (domain.com/post-name).
- Make it short between 4 – 6 words after your blog’s URL.
- Use the primary keyword/keyword phrase at the beginning after the main domain.
- Make it descriptive and not only stuffed with keywords.
- Use HTTPS instead of HTTP.
- Prefer dashes over underscores.
- Avoid stopping words like “is” or “are”.
Never change permalinks after publishing. If you do so always remember to set up a redirection from the old URL to the new URL.
In Blogger you can‘t alter the URL for a published post. If you want to do so, revert it to draft mode and then do the changes.
The permalink is one of the top elements in your blog to boost rankings.
When crafting the permalink, make sure you followed the above easy tips.
5- Proper Use Of Labels
Labels add to the keyword density of the article. The general assumption is to use labels elaborately. Many experts advise extensive use of labels rather than putting them into a single narrow category.
I recognize labels can help organize your blog content, but if you overuse them, they can be harmful.
If you have too many similar labels on the same post, you may get penalized by search engines for having duplicate content.
Let’s take it in this way when you create a label, you also create a new site page where the content from those topics will appear. If you use too many similar labels for the same content, it appears to search engines as if you’re showing the same content multiple times.
For example, labels like “blogging,” “blogger”, “blog,” and “blog posts” are too similar. I won’t advise using them in the same post.
I will suggest you choose 15 – 20 labels that are most relevant for your entire blog. Make sure they are not too similar to one another.
Ensure not to exceed 4 -5 labels per blog post. That way, you won’t have duplicate content.
Labels also affect related post widgets in BlogSpot. If there are so many posts tagged with similar labels, it would negatively affect the arrangement of articles in related posts.
6- Proper Use of Heading Tags
Blogger offers three heading options:
Title <H1>, Heading <H2>, Subheading <H3> and Minor heading <H4>.
6.1- Title – is the H1 Tag and the most valuable part of your post. We have discussed the title before in this article.
6.2- Heading – is the H2 Tag comes second. Use this tag to distinguish the sections of your post. Try to use your keywords here as search engines use the H2 tag to index valuable information. You can use the H2 tag more than once on a page as long as it gives value to readers.
6.3- Sub Heading – is the H3 Tag and comes next as sub-sections under the H2 tags. You can use any amount of H3 tags under each H2 tag and try to use keywords if relevant.
6.4- Minor Heading – is the H4 Tag and excreted as sub-sub-heading under sub-headings.
All the other text on the page falls under the Normal Heading Tag.
As various heading have a different meaning, the hierarchy on your page should get preserved for better SEO results.
The hierarchy is like <H1> comes first followed by <H2>, followed by <H3> and followed by <H4>.
Make sure that each headline you use, means something. It should relate to the content following it. Do not overuse your primary keywords. You can use them intelligently in one or two headlines where they seem relevant.
You can use synonyms for the keywords, related terms, phrases, or your secondary keyword to avoid saturation of keywords.
Besides the SEO, the main purpose of using headings is to make your post more readable and user-friendly.
Visitors get a quick summary only by reading the headlines. So, Headline Tags are valuable for any blog post.
7- Write Long Content
What should be the length of your article? I researched this for many months. I did searches with many keywords and concluded that the average length of the articles that show up on the first two pages is around 1500 words.
Writing long content is more beneficial than short. It is far easier to put your message across and provide value with long content.
It’s easy to use all the keywords you want to rank for. With long content, your keywords naturally flow in the content and you need none special efforts to make that happen.
You can also use long-tail keywords with great effect on long content.
It’s easy to incorporate external links with long content.
Since long content provides more value, it gets far more shares and backlinks than short content.
With long content, it’s easy to diversify. You can convert it into different formats like Infographics or Videos to make it more interactive.
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8- Maintain Keyword Density
Keyword density is an important aspect of better ranking. Too less will lead to a lesser ranking and stuffing your Keywords will lead to over-optimization.
Over the years Google has become stricter in disciplining the content overstuffed with keywords.
I usually maintain a ratio of 2% – 3% per post. You can decide on the one that works best for you.
Write articles in relevance to the post title and include necessary keywords wisely. Never overstuff keywords to manipulate search engines.
After you finish writing, scrutinize the whole post to find out suitable locations where you can insert the keywords without distracting readers and upsetting search engines.
9- Grammar And Readability
Have you ever read a post that has grammar flaws? I have never come across such a post.
The simple reason is that such posts never show up on search results. Search engines don’t even consider ranking these posts.
If the post is not grammatically correct, readers won’t understand it and bounce off immediately.
The other aspect of writing is to create content readable to even the 8-grade student. There is no point in writing heavy stuff that readers find difficult to understand.
You don’t have to be great in English to write content. If you are decent, it’s OK.
If you are below average, there are tons of online grammar and punctuation checker tools. My personal favorite is Grammarly.
Here are a few tips to improve your content readability.
- Use short paragraphs
- Use simple words, no complex words.
- Write in a conversational tone using words like “You”, “Your”, “Me”, and “I”.
- Address the main topic immediately after the introduction.
- Break your post using heading tags and larger font sizes.
- Use Images for content variation.
- Add more white space and line-height. Use bullet points to list items.
- Don’t mislead your reader.
- Write for humans, not for search engines.
Correct grammar and good readability impact your site’s search engine rankings. You should consider improving if you lack it.
Typography is another important aspect of On-Page SEO. It also decides who and how many people will read your content.
For example, if your target audience is aged 65 or above, then you should increase font-size, line-height, word-spacing, etc. for your content.
These are small tweaks, but can relatively gain you big results. I find the optimal size is 11px for my audience. You can decide yours based on your audience and doing A/B testing on it.
Proper use of headlines is a great way to enhance readability. Also, the search engines use Heading tags to measure what your post is about.
So, use font styling to feature heading tags. Vary these depending on who your regular audience is and how they are interacting with your blog content.
11- Image Optimization
Images play an important role in your post. They increase readability and user experience for your page. They also provide breaks to long content. Every blog post you publish should include a few images.
Search engines do not see images as a human does. They treat images as texts. With that said, images give extra possibilities to add your keywords to your page.
You can use keywords in
- Image Name
- Alt Text
to tell search engines what that image is all about.
Here are a few tips for Image optimization.
- Always rename the image before loading. Avoid naming them as Image 1, Image 2, etc. Name them in relevance to the content.
- In the image properties, don’t provide lengthy Title names. Provide 2 to 3 words for Title name.
- Try to be descriptive in the Alt text section. If an image is for a particular heading of your post, use that headline as the Alt text. If an image is the feature of your post, use the post title.
- Use primary keywords in the Caption section.
- Compress the images before loading. Heavy images will hinder your page speed.
- Don’t copy the images from other blogs which can result in licensing issues.
- Images should apply to the section it belongs to. Irrelevant images increase the bounce rate.
- Use images for Interlinking if possible.
- Use images with people in action. This makes readers associate themselves more with the images and further to your content.
12- Resolve Errors In Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a free tool that will notify you of these errors.
It’s essential to keep an eye on it and fix the errors ASAP. This way make sure you are not losing any pages from search engines.
Google Search Console also provides you analytics reports that help you optimize your posts.
13- Optimize Old Content
As a Blogger you would know the importance of being consistent with your content creation. You must create new content for your readers regularly. Creating new content takes a lot of time and effort.
Updating your old content is one way to surpass this.
You can make the work you’ve already done go further by reviewing your blog to find old posts that are good but have outdated sections.
You can update this information to appear fresh. The time spends in doing this will be far less than creating new content.
Refuel your old articles with updated information and valuable tips you missed the first time you created the content. This is especially useful for posts that rank well, but not on the first page in searches.
Any post that shows on the second or third page is worth improving upon. This way you can make it to the first page.
You should also consider the comments section to leverage this. Look for the questions readers have for you in the comments. Try to update your post based on these comments.
You should also update images that are no longer relevant to current content. Update those to make them look fresh.
14- Link Internally When Possible
You would know how important are inbound links for your website. They prove the validity and relevance of your content to search engines.
The same goes for the Interlinking of your pages to one other.
If you’ve written about a topic and if that’s related to your current content, having its reference in the form of a link refers to Interlinking.
Internal linking is one of the major On-Page SEO factors that can boost the rank of your page. Many expert Bloggers use Internal-linking to pass the authority from one page to another.
Let’s see a few tips on how we should use Inter-linking
- Link your old content with the new when they are relevant and worth linking.
- Link your new content with the old when they are relevant and worth linking.
- Use keywords/keyword phrases as anchor text. The anchor text should go in flow with the sentence in which it’s used.
- Use long-tail keywords as anchor text for your link. You can use the title of the page you wish to link to.
- Don’t overdo this to make your content keyword rich. Google will treat this as spam. Remember, the aim of Interlinking is not to make your content keyword rich.
- You can also Interlink by providing links to images.
- Avoid blocks of links in one place. This reduces the user experience and looks more like a selling pitch.
- Use Do-Follow, No-Follow wisely.
- Avoid duplicate links on the same page. If you add the same links on one web page, search engines will only follow the first and ignore the rest.
Inter-linking can give your new blog posts a huge power when done correctly. Spamming will not help and can cause Google to penalize you.
Follow the above tips and be intelligent in doing so.
15- Do-Follow vs No-Follow Links
For SEO, inbound and outbound links play a major role in boosting your post rankings. These links can be Do-follow or No-follow.
By default the links that you add to your pages are Do-follow. Blogger also has the option to add a No-follow tag for links to prevent passing link juice to advertising web pages.
If you use ads, banners, and affiliate links on your website, you must make them No-follow. This is important as one bad link can disturb your DA and you lose ranking.
When To Use The No-Follow Tag:
The thumb rule is to add a No-follow tag for every affiliate link, advertising banner, and low quality external or internal pages you link.
When To Use The Do-Follow Tag:
There is no special consideration for Do-follow links. Every other link apart for ads, affiliate links, or any other sort of promotions should be Do-follow.
For any internal or external page for which you are not sure of authority, making it No-follow is a good idea.
For better SEO, you must need an intelligent use of Do-Follow and No-Follow.
You rarely need to use a No-follow tag for internal linking. But if you have a page and don’t want to appear in search engines by intent, you can add a No-follow tag.
Often, in internal linking, you should use the default Do-follow tag.
16- Format Comment Section
Content-rich comments can do wonders for your blog’s On-Page SEO.
When you reply to comments make sure you elaborate your answer and try to use your keywords. As bots also scan the comments, having a keyword there will increase the density.
Spammy comments can also damage your SEO. You must keep an eye on the comments.
I will suggest to make The Comment section No-Follow and Moderated to avoid spam.
Moderate your comments, and publish only those that add value to your post. You should regularly respond to them and become involved with your readers.
Some bloggers do not allow comments, but in my opinion, having a moderated comments section is far better than not.
Comments can do a lot of good for a blog. Apart from SEO, they keep your readers involved. They feel part of your community, especially when you interact with them by responding.
Blogger has a choice to integrate Google plus comment. I highly recommend you to enable it. This way you get higher social media interaction and share for your post.
17- Use Custom Domain And SSL
I have never seen a website on the first page if it’s with a sub-domain. That’s why I recommend investing in a custom domain.
Once you link Blogger to a custom domain the next thing is to ensure your website is SSL encrypted.
Google made it clear that they are prioritizing SSL encrypted websites. When measuring SERP, Google prefers custom domains that are SSL encrypted.
This means the blogs that aren’t SSL encrypted won’t rank higher.
The good news is you can enable SSL for your Blogger blog for free.
Make sure you have these settings updated pointing to “Yes”.
18- Mobile Friendly Theme
In recent years the way people consume the internet has changed and now they use search engines from their mobile phones more than from a computer.
Google uses page speed and mobile-friendliness as one of the ranking factors. So the better the theme you have, the better is your chances of ranking.
There are thousands of free blogger themes out there. If you are a professional Blogger you should invest in a premium theme. This way you get all the future updates, support, and advanced tools that prove useful in the long run.
If you are on a budget the latest themes provided by Blogger are also good. These have good designs and are mobile responsive. The page load speed is also excellent.
I will recommend staying away from free themes that are chunky and with bad scripts.
19- Custom Robots Header Tags
Blogger has a Custom Robots Header tags section to control the search appearance of your pages. You can control the searching and indexing of the pages such as Homepage, Archive, or Search pages and Post pages in different ways.
How to use custom robots header tags in Blogger
5- Now click on the “Save Changes”.
You don’t want search engines to crawl or index auto-generated duplicate web pages such as archive pages and search pages.
Blogger custom Robots Header tags can help you protect those web pages from showing on SERPs.
SEO is not about tricks or illusion. It’s all about the reader’s experience in your post. It is not about deceiving search engines with keywords.
Gone are the days when these used to work. Today search engines are smarter to catch you.
Follow the above useful Blogger tips. These will not do a miracle in one or two days but being consistent with them will get you to the highest possible ranking for your BlogSpot blog.
It takes time to search engines to trust your blog, identify what your blog is about. Measuring the statistics and check how visitors react to your content takes time. Be patient and persistent with your SEO efforts. If your content is worth it, it will find its positions in SERPs.
That’s it from me. Now, it’s your turn to try these tips and share your feedback comments.
If you have questions, please feel free to reach out, I am glad to answer your queries!