High advertisement ratio can be mitigated by using ROI

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. There are other things that you can do to get contextual links, such as guest bloggingand …

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Make it sufficiently broad in terms of link research

Google Panda and Penguin stopped keyword stuffing in its tracks making it not just not ideal but counter productive. . Announce your site to your network of users, friends, and partners. Link building has always been an important aspect of local SEO. It is only through links that search engines crawl …

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Headings and dynamic pages

Thankfully, there are a range of real, actionable steps that you can take today in order to optimise your site for the future of search engines. For SEO purposes, you should definitely monitor the click through rates of different pages. You should be able to see the rates of specific …

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Use Hashtags (Wisely) and Categorize Your Boards

Blogger outreach is a process of putting your product or content in front of relevant bloggers and journalists in your industry by sending them personalized emails. The primary objective of blogger outreach is to make website owners and people with a large audience talk about you and link to your …

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Make a good use of search engine spiders

Building links is certainly an essential SEO practice, but Google is still dealing with the manipulation of SERPs via economically minded marketers. However, your link building strategy needs to encompass relevancy. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) • is the process of affecting the visibility of a website in a search engine’s …

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Inbound links to your content help search engines

When it comes to getting your website ranked highly then keywords are still an essential part of Google’s ranking algorithm, they are the very backbone of search engine (even Yahoo) after all. But keywords aren’t what they might always appear to be. Targeting highly sought-after keywords can make …

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Make it sufficiently broad

Google likes to pretend that great content, and great websites, will naturally acquire links. But for 99.999% of businesses, that’s terrible advice. Because there has been quite some news about Google’s Penguin update and before that its Panda update, people are blaming those. The quality of the …

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Detecting core ranking algorithms

To fully make the most of local SEO, you need to ensure that all of your content is pointing to your target areas. There are many niche communities specialized in different topics, such as films, gaming, programming, marketing, etc. These communities don’t just bring people with common interests together …

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You don't need special search engine pages

DA/PA and CT/TF are all third party metrics meant to somehow replace the void left by the famous Google PR (Page Rank). Obviously none of them could replicate PR real values of nowadays (as those values are being kept secret for quite a while now). Use sub-directories rather …

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Brainstorming and Keyword Generating

As we know that Google optimizes its results for user intent, hence, this is a way to know what content the searchers are looking for when they make a search for a keyword. Make a note of the things that you can implement in your content. If search engines don …

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Answer relevant questions to your expertise

High-speed keyword research is keyword research that’s focused on quickly assessing which words are most viable to optimize website texts for. Without doing proper keyword research, your content SEO strategy could well be completely worthless. Don’t duplicate title tags across your website, as this can negatively impact your …

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Featured snippet opportunities

Including your target keyword within your page title positively correlated with higher search rankings. Submitting a sitemap to search engines reflecting any updates will certainly aid your cause. According to Google, a sitemap is “ a file where you can list the web pages of your site to tell Google and …

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Make Mobile SEO A Priority

Even though it seems logical, initially, to strive for a ranking using high-traffic keywords and terms, this will most likely result in a lot of frustration and wasted resources. Moreover, the traffic that you will get from a highly competitive keyword, will probably be of poor quality. Every site-owner needs …

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Are you generating results for your keyword?

Title tags and meta descriptions are on-site HTML elements which reflect the content of your page, and are shown in SERPs and browser tabs as text. The truth is that links are still the most important component of the search algorithm. No matter how useful its content may be, a …

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How To Get Thousands of Visitors From Google

Having more pages that are optimized for different keywords gives you increased opportunity for traffic. It doesn't necessarily mean more traffic, though, since it depends on how popular and how competitive those new keywords are. Whenever a high authority blog links to your website, Google considers it as a positive …

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SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization

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? SEOs have a weird way to …

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Attract links, stop chasing links

The algorithm responsible for taking the world’s information and organizing it into (usually) 10 entries is, as you likely know, complicated. Some sites have the same URL for both desktop and mobile content, but change their format according to User-agent. In other words, both mobile users and desktop users …

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Steer clear of old-school SEO methods

A search engine results page (abbreviated to SERP) is the listing of results returned by a search engine in response to a query for a keyword or phrase. Search engines, like Google and Bing, will return many pages of content results for a given search term. If you have the …

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SEO and SEM can work together beautifully

By limiting your SEO efforts to Google, you might be missing out on some great opportunities for small business growth. User-generated content can increase the relevance and freshness of a website. Users can interact with your website in many different forms. The most common ways include blog comments, question and …

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All Attention is Good Attention

Search engines don’t like familiar or generic content. Many website owners neglect to spend the time analyzing how their page structure actually looks and works for the visitor. SEO today is increasingly driven by natural language search, that is, people doing searches that are more like normal questions than …

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Define your goal

Bear in mind that your keyword or phrase should be the most frequently used term in the body text of any given webpage. This is called keyword density. However you shouldn’t overuse this signal – if you stuff the copy with keywords then your text won’t be readable and …

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Don’t guess your site speed problems; diagnose

A backlink is basically someone else’s website linking to you. Obviously, pages with higher page rank that link back to you give more Google Juice. It is better to create a content that is user-friendly than exhaustive. Content should be easy and simple to read. Organizing your website into …

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Minify CSS and JS

Simplicity is underrated. You don’t want to have visitors relying on the back button to get around your site, running in circles trying to find what they’re looking for. You also don’t want to have to reorganize and rearrange your site structure every time you add a …

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Keyword groups are ready already

Google wants users the most relevant results for their search. The more relevant your content is to their search, the more likely your website will be number 1 on Google. Negative SEO is an array of actions that a competitor can do to lower your SERP ranking and eventually, cause …

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Comment links for SEO

The quality and quantity of links you have pointing to your domain determines your overall authority, which in turn determines where you rank for various search queries. If you uncover duplicate content, check the organic traffic for each of your product page variations in Google Analytics. Quality content rules the …

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Your content strategy could use a facelift

You can generally only use one H1 tag per page, but H2 and H3 tags can be used to break up your content further At its core, SEO is about user intent. Search engines, like Google, want to provide users with results that are relevant to their queries and offer …

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Measure and Improve

Producing content that ranks well is clearly an important part of writing for SEO. But it’s also about turning those visitors into paying customers. Over the years, SEOs have become really good at understanding keyword intent and segmenting the marketing strategy to match intent. The day may come when …

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Distribute your content effectively

Consider dropping a link back to your main website in any other websites you may be running. Using one business platform to increase exposure for another is just a good idea, even if you don’t happen to be getting much traffic at those other websites. Performing regular audits on …

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The outreach process for SEO

Assess your existing link profile, and the profiles of your competitors with aHrefs. Pay special attention to DR (Domain Rank or authority) and the number of referring domains. Markup logos, images, addresses, phone numbers, business name, type of business, reviews, prices, software, and anything else that’s relevant to the …

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Encourage customers to leave positive reviews

You shouldn’t only target 1 keyword, even if you have a very small budget or think that 1 keyword covers everything that you do or sell. This is a mistake because unless it’s a highly searched for keyword, and if it is then the competition to rank well …

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Run search traffic reports on your main keywords

Through links, engines can not only analyze the popularity websites and pages based on the number and popularity of pages linking to them, but also metrics like trust, spam, and authority. A page consisting of just a few sentences is less likely to get to the top of a search …

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User-generated content + communities

If your site is regularly updated it shows Google the site is still active, kept up to date and worth them directing people to. Having a news section or blog on your site is an easy way to do this. To a larger degree, your backlink profile is made up …

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Use Engaging Images & Videos

Relevance is a measure of how appropriate a given page is for a given query. In the early days of SEO, this ultimately boiled down to what keywords were used in a query, compared to what keywords were found on an indexed page. Write a description that would both inform …

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Concentrate on actionable content

Reacting to reviews appears to be a wise thing to do. That does not mean you should respond to every single review. In my opinion, you should react to negative reviews. Responding to negative reviews will show potential customers how you handle problems and solve solutions to dissatisfied customers. The …

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Optimize Social Share Image Settings

Focus on building trust as opposed to trying to bend and break the rules. That way, you rise above Google's often-changing rules which are getting better and better at finding people who are looking for shortcuts. There’s always something written somewhere that you can quote and use. You could …

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See how your site looks to Google

Learn to write good website copy and your Search Engine Optimization (SEO)—think of it as digital catnip for Google—will improve, as will your site ranking. Google is good at crawling all types of URL structures, even if they're quite complex, but spending the time to make your URLs …

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The number of keyword phrases

When you run the same query on different search engines, you will probably get different results. This is because every search engine uses its own algorithm, based on various socalled “ranking factors.” These factors decide which results appear in the SERPs. Online shops in particular often face the risk of …

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Building a strong online presence isn’t easy

Keep in mind that you must write for your readers, and not for Google’s spiders. Don’t do keyword stuffing. If you are serious about your website, at least install Google Analytics or any other preferred statistics app. Collect data about your visitors, and find out what the customer …

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Horses for courses

Most webmasters believe Google crawls their website in one go and will continue until everything’s crawled. In addition to storing the content of each page, Google also stores how its crawlers arrived on the page. In other words, it remembers the pages and websites that were linking to it …

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How do you make a Google friendly website?

Every search engine was built with a different system with unique preferences and features, making each of them beneficial in their own way. But they all have two major functions: they index content and turn over relevant results when a search is processed. Currently more than half of searches account …

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