Keyword mapping

When it comes to getting visitors to your site, you want to grow your audience and also keep them coming back. Content strategy and execution is a discipline in its own right. If you are looking to build a genuinely compelling brand experience shortcuts cannot be taken. At the heart …

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Building An Effective SEO Strategy

Would you rather read 5 articles about one subject, or one or two well thought articles with significant amounts of data or thought process to back them up? Ensure the number of new site visitors arriving via organic search is growing, month to month and year over year. Since search …

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Use Engaging Images & Videos

Search engines aren't good at completing online forms (such as a login), and thus any content contained behind them may remain hidden. Google can’t depend on social media signals from platforms it doesn’t own and that are run by competitors like Facebook. Low-quality links can lead to a …

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Keep an eye on what other firms are doing

There are domains which are better to receive links from than others. These are domains that are “trusted” sources and have higher domain authority. Audit links back to your website and make sure they’re primarily from trustworthy, reputable websites. Another one of the best SEO tactics creates even more …

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Fix all Broken links

Search engine optimization affects only organic search results, not paid or "sponsored" results such as Google AdWords. Remember, Google doesn’t like content written for SEO purposes. Link building happens when you manage to get more links to your website from other sites than your competition. In other words if …

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SEO Errors and How to Remedy Them

Does having keywords in your domain URL benefit your search ranking? This topic has often been debated up and down the years. The consensus is that they are a ranking factor, albeit a small one – but small can still make a difference in the grand scheme of things. On page …

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Increase Organic Traffic With An Eye On Conversions

Googlebot uses sitemaps and databases of links discovered during previous crawls to determine where to go next. Whenever the crawler finds new links on a site, it adds them to the list of pages to visit next. If Googlebot finds changes in the links or broken links, it will make …

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Always endeavour to gain the trust of Google

If you hire an SEO company to help you rank for a certain search term, then you are probably missing the point. The better way to approach this is to hire an SEO company to help you increase your profits or your brand awareness Your target keywords should be in …

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Essential indexes for your links

Your website pages must have strong calls to action that make it easy and tempting for search engine traffic to take the next step in the business relationship. Without that, your SEO spending is wasted. Here are tips for crafting strong calls to action: There is no exact word count …

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High-quality content more important than ever

Write unique descriptions for every page of your website. In case you don’t know, each single page of your site stands on its own merits. Your website as a whole does not get ranked on Google. Although Google's search results are provided at a page level, Google also likes …

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Speed Up Slow loading pages

Write legible, readable copy, and treat the meta description as if it’s an advert for your web-page A 301 redirect means that the move is permanent. If you need to change the URL of a page as it is shown in search engine results, then you should use a …

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Measuring Content Quality and User Engagement

Keyword stuffing occurs when too many variations of the same phrase are shoehorned to fit into important ranking factors, such as URLs, meta titles and descriptions, image alt text and body copy. This practice can significantly impair the user experience as the website is sculpted solely for search engines and …

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Pay attention to Google’s official webmaster guidelines

Mobile traffic is important. People are searching and reading on their mobile devices more than ever. What does that mean for your copy? Do you need to write differently if you’re aiming at a ‘mobile’ audience? How do you tackle copywriting for mobile? The more pages you have give …

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