Be clear, truthful and accurate

The search engines analyze the reading level of the web page. One popular formula for doing this is the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level Readability Formula, which considers things like the average word length and the number of words in a sentence to determine the level of education needed to be able …

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Use social sharing buttons as a matter of course

Mobile search is outshining desktop search. Make sure your website is mobile-friendly so users can easily navigate your site from their phone, especially if you are small, local business. Always remember your competition is working towards getting itself ranked on the first position. SEM is a continuous process: it’s …

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Websites which are not yet indexed by Google

Web users want to see what the content (and therefore the title) is about without having to click on it. Allowing the readers to read the whole title in the search results will attract more qualified leads and customers to your site because they will know what they’re getting …

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The most obvious backlink tactic

One of the problems international businesses continuously need to address is identifying themselves as “local” in the eyes of the search engines. You don't need to write at a doctorate level to rank at the top of Google. You simply need to write at a higher reading level than normal …

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Adopt a flat website architecture

You will never get enough traffic on your website. That’s the human nature. We always strive for more. According to research by Google, smartphone users have a higher buyer intent than desktop users. They’re focused and ready to buy. It’s your job to be there when they …

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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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Don’t guess your site speed problems; diagnose

Google has come out and said that HTTPS is a confirmed ranking factor. That said, they haven’t actually confirmed how much this impacts search rankings. There is no single place to focus when trying to optimize a website for search engines, so it is important to make updates and …

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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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See what keywords your site is visible for

Creating a plan of works for improving your search engine rankings or identifying why a website isn’t ranking well isn’t always straight forwards. Despite countless claims over the years that have proclaimed the death of link building it is still very much alive and kicking. Not only is …

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The first indication should be structure

How do you find people who value SEO enough to pay your prices? Google is good at crawling all types of URL structures, even if they're quite complex, but spending the time to make your URLs as simple as possible for both users and search engines can help. Did you …

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Become relevant for your search terms

It helps the search engines quickly determine what the page is about. But the blogging holy grail is just this: A quality blog improves your Google ranking, which will draw leads to your website and encourage them to make purchases. One of the recommendations I frequently give as an SEO …

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Removing unnecessary plugins

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. The reality is that, for many businesses, 10-20 high-quality …

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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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On page optimization is a foundation for successful SEO

A good SEO specialist knows how to write “click worthy” headlines as well as how to weave keywords into headlines whenever possible, while ensuring they aren’t too long or short. Google is getting better every day at recognizing—and rewarding—high-quality content. As defined by Google and humans, valuable …

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Google guidelines don't agree with your approach

Google’s robots, or “spiders,” crawl the Internet by “clicking” one link after another after another. They discover new pages and websites as part of that crawl, and store the content of each of those pages in a giant database. When you are creating text, keep in mind that web …

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Discover the connection between content and user experience

You may usually think about linking in terms of pointing to outside websites, but paying more attention to the anchor text used for internal links can help users and Google navigate your site better. The biggest mistake I find search engine optimization (SEO) copywriters making is attempting to substitute a …

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Link internal pages in your content

Writing for humans is just the first part of your SEO strategy and one that works with our next tactic, namely giving visitors what they want. As well as great quality content you need a website that is easy to use and provides a great user experience – in other words …

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Show don't Tell

The traffic information from different search engines helps you make timely changes in the semantic core, and allocate budget and efforts to promote the significant keywords only. Unfortunately, there is only so much Search Engine Optimization you can do on your own website. After you’ve come up with compelling …

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Template footprint leaving a low ratio of original content

Content marketing has become a major player concerning SEO in the past few years. Interesting, useful and original content has become an important ranking factor in Google algorithms. If your already-designed website is not mobile friendly, it may be quite costly to make the site responsive. Responsive is the term …

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Let the world know you are creating content

Satisfy your users’ intent. Give them the information they seek! Perhaps they are searching for formal wear. So, you are trying to rank for those things, tuxedos and formal dresses or wedding outfits, which are tough to rank for. The easiest way to get editorial links is to create outstanding …

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Linking Out To Relevant & Authority Sites

It has been commonly known that having multiple domains linked to one website, often improve rankings. However, although this may be true, if you plan to register multiple domain names, you should keep them as relevant to your main keywords as possible, even if you put hyphens between the keywords …

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Niche Directories are all the rage

Always remember, “Content is King”. Thereby, the content should be fresh, unique and relevant to what your website is about, and there should be no duplicate content. If content fails to align properly with keywords, as is often the case Google will ignore your content or give it low priority …

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Determining Relevance: Trust Your Gut

So what it does it take to achieve a high ranking on Google? How do you write a clickable title that will draw people to your site and keep them on there without sounding salesy or cheesy? An organic search strategy that involves a dedicated consumer focused approach is highly …

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Find Keywords People Already Use for Your Business

Keep your descriptions under 150 characters to avoid a trail off (…). This shows visitors that you have intentionally put up an informative and helpful description, opposed to the randomly generated one that Google pulls for non-optimised pages. Currently more than half of searches account for mobile devices. Sometimes you just …

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SEO can be overwhelming for any number of reasons

SEO is a long-term commitment that offers long-term results. Know that good SEO isn’t going to take a few days and you won’t see huge results in weeks. SEO takes months, but the benefits last for years. You need to come up with blog post ideas, and there …

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Technical aspects of marketing on Google

Google has several bots: Googlebot (desktop), Googlebot (mobile), Googlebot Video, Googlebot Images, Googlebot News. For most websites, the Googlebots for desktop and mobile are the most important bots. In the vast sea of websites--from e-commerce, media and informational websites to blogs and wikis--most site owners use a basic approach to …

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Where to start, I have so many pages?

First and foremost, the content on your website must be well-written, free of grammatical errors, and 100% unique and original. Content must read smoothly and give visitors the information they are searching for. If you can’t meet a visitor’s need on that page, direct them to a page …

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The first indication should be keyword research

If you want to populate on the first page of Google organically and improve your SEO, patience is what differentiates the pretenders from the contenders. Spending money on paid search isn’t a requirement for SEO, but it can be an effective way for giving your website and business a …

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Attract links, stop chasing links

Whether or not a website gets to top ranking positions depends on how unique its content is and how much added value it provides users. In the earlier days of SEO, the organic search engine optimization discipline was more of a technical skill, of making sites crawlable. Then the focus …

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Content marketing serves more than one very useful purpose

If you once had a thousand different links all coming from low quality websites, then this could now actually stand to hurt your SEO as it will just look like link spam. If you’ve been guilty of using these old practices, then you might consider using Google’s Link …

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Run search traffic reports on your main keywords

Thin content tells a search engine that your sitepage doesn’t have much to offer. As a result, those sitepages are ranked poorly in the search results. Sparse content is mostly characterized by a poor content (text) to code ratio. The common rule of thumb dictates that the amount of …

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