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Technical SEO can seem daunting. However, understanding the principles is important. There may be parts you can try, or work on with your developer. Make no mistake, negative SEO is a severe threat to your website and can decimate years of search efforts within a few days. Some growth opportunities …

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Boost site speed and utilise 301 redirects

any time of year, for years on end, it sprouts needles that are green. Think hard about the overall message of your content, including the ideas that you are presenting to your readers. While building a better search engine optimization strategy, having a description tag that is efficient is a …

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Write a 1000+ words article about meta tags

Today, obtaining links is much more than just link building; it’s a part of a content marketing, strategic marketing, public relations and social media effort to get in front of the audiences that matter most. Too many internal links can result in the user getting frustrated by getting bombarded …

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Submit a XML Sitemap To Speed Up Indexing

Firstly, it’s worth checking out your website’s current page load time with Google’s handy PageSpeed Insights Tool. Focusing on user intent can help you as a business owner to optimize content based on ‘intent’ unlike before when you were optimizing content solely for SEO. It can help …

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Don’t forget SERPs

Likewise, search engines trying to interpret invalid HTML may misunderstand the content of a page. SEO is something that is constantly evolving and changing. Over the years, I’ve gotten very far with my on-page SEO strategy. You’d be surprised: Smart on-page SEO and especially internal link structure can …

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When your use of dynamic pages becomes obsessive

One of the great way to build relations with your website users is through Blog Commenting. Initially building relations might take time but once you start doing regularly, you will be noticed. Moreover, you will gradually start building relations with the bloggers or site administrators etc. So what you can …

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Don't over-do a particular element

When you add a new page to your website under the blog section, for example, you add a ‘slug’ onto the end of the URL structure that is already in place. The slug refers to the next few words that relate to your new page Page meta descriptions appear in …

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Update your onsite SEO on a regular basis

A general rule to follow when creating your new URLs: use dashes (-) between words instead of underscores (_). Google treats dashes as separators, which means it can return results when you search for a single word that appears in a URL and when you search for a group of words …

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Less is always better when it comes to page impressions

Google and other search engines use web crawlers to update their search indexes. Each search engine that has its own index also has its own web crawler. If you want to see your web pages on Google's search result pages, Googlebot has to visit your pages first. Here, a text …

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Write a 1000+ words article about indexed pages

Linking that does not fulfill the reader's needs should be left and you should only focus on providing the readers with relevant and related data. Including a Contact Us page on your website and putting the link in the navigation not only makes for good user experience (especially if you …

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Update your blogs on a regular basis

Google, for example, uses focused crawling at least with regard to the fact that rarely or never updated websites are visited less frequently than regularly updated sites. Are they keywords with a history of high click through rates (CTRs) and conversion? Some people believe you can shove a bunch of …

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Should more importance be given to scraping for search marketing?

Good quality takes time to create. It takes time to implement. And it takes time for Google to acknowledge that quality. Another major change in recent SEO is Google’s Knowledge Graph, which first emerged around 2012 – this has increased the focus on Schema.org microformatting making content more simply …

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