Get involved in the human element of web data

How powerful is your domain name? How well does it rank in those all-important search engines? The measure of your domain name’s power is called “domain authority,” and it depends on three general factors: size, age, and popularity. While you want your sentences and paragraphs to be short, your …

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Why Does SEO Take So Long To… What?

Gone are the days when you have to mention exact keyword phrases a specific number of times at a certain frequency. Successful SEO requires a thorough understanding of the business itself. If you optimize your meta descriptions with clear and attractive extracts on what potential visitors can find on your …

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Finding the 'Low-Hanging Fruit'

If you’re a business, it may be a good idea to start a blog on your website. Not only will this keep your site up-to-date with fresh content and encourage repeat visits (and increase the frequency of search engine crawlers), but also show that you’re a relevant, trustworthy …

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Investing in your skills will definitely pay off

Whether you are a fresh-faced SEO newbie just starting to learn the ropes, or an SEO veteran who can recite the ins and outs of every Google update ever, SEO is a complex subject. Google has reduced the importance of keyword phrases and now places more importance on a variety …

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High-quality content more important than ever

SEO requires so much content because it wants to grow. Google doesn’t want to see a stagnant, unchanging website. It wants to know you’re building up strong, useful and relevant content so it can deliver the best results for every search. Many webmasters see Panda as a type …

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Analyze the competitors

There was a time when SEO really was a matter of determining which keywords could deliver the most traffic, then optimizing your website for those terms, and then building as many links as you could get away with. It was mechanical, and it was simple. But over time it proved …

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Tags, tags, tags!

Yes, "content is king" – but that's only half the story. Imagine if Wikipedia, one of the world's most popular sites, offered no more than huge blocks of text, or if Google cluttered its search interface with distracting graphics. It's unlikely that either site would have become as successful as they …

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When to Consolidate Content for Maximum Impact

If your site had a stable flow of traffic and then it began to bounce in an instant, it’s obvious something suspicious is going on. Luckily, Google Search Console can help you notice a sudden spike or drop in search traffic so make sure you use it. Keyword research …

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The first indication should be reporting

Search engines optimize their results pages — especially their mobile search results pages — to display businesses that are located near the searcher. This is a good thing for local businesses because local online searches lead to visitors and purchases. If possible, choose a domain name which includes your local area, and …

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Duplicate content causes problems

The benefits of guest blogging are endless and often underrated. By tapping into already established communities, you can increase your reputation, build high-quality backlinks, get more exposure to your website and much more. If your site doesn't load properly on mobile platforms, then you're wasting your time with SEO. You …

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Linking Out To Relevant & Authority Sites

Ensuring that your content is effective in connecting with the prospects searching for your products or services is crucial. Your web pages should be geared towards focusing on individual topics instead of individual keywords. Mobile does not necessarily mean on the go. Studies find that people often grab the nearest …

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