Optimize your content around a topic, not around a single keyword

A natural link profile has variety. The links come from different domains and links will have different strengths. Audit links back to your website and make sure they’re primarily from trustworthy, reputable websites. If you’ve been producing content in a haphazard manner, hoping and praying that some of …

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Consumers trust authority

To ensure the best web browsing experience possible, the software engineers at Google created a search ranking algorithm that thinks like Internet users. Today, queries don’t just return a list of ten blue, ordered links. They return results with images, videos, profile pictures, and all manner of meta data …

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Providing value earlier in the consumer buying process

Be careful not to focus too much on one single key phrase otherwise your site could grow repetitive, and earn a penalty. Select the best related keywords and start a list. Words with low competition will catch your eye as opportunities. Those are keywords people are searching for, but there …

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SEO can be overwhelming for any number of reasons

You already know that a considerable amount of Internet traffic these days comes from mobile operating systems. 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 …

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A good website brings boatloads of money into your bank account

Posting regular content is key to building trust with search engines and your customers alike. A posting schedule is easier to stick to when you’re writing regular content. Segment your content - If you catch yourself writing a few monster paragraphs, cut them up into smaller, bite-sized pieces. Make sure …

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Take-in Originality

If the content isn’t right, it’ll be hard to promote it effectively. It’s like creating a product that no one wants to buy. How do you promote something useless? Vertical search is the term people sometimes use for specialty or niche search engines that focus on a …

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Approved Does Not Mean Published

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 An SEO specialist should know …

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Does your site sabotage your content?

Search engines reward sites that are user friendly, which means they have high usability. Google favors sites that are not only rich in keywords, but also demonstrate user engagement. The reputation, authority, and credibility of a website will be judged by the search engines based on the type of backlinks …

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