Domain name – make it brandable

Links from a diverse range of websites is good, many links from a single domain to your site (especially if it’s one of the very sites linking to you) can be seen as spammy. Examination of content keywords and present engine rank­ings of competitive websites to determine an …

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Participate in blog discussions

Whether or not a specific page ranks for a particular keyword depends largely on the quality of that individual page (content, user experience, number and quality of the backlinks, page load speed etc), and not the quality of your website as a whole. On-page SEO best practices allow us to …

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Add Facebook “Like” and “Share” buttons

Make sure at least one image file name includes your target keyword and that your target keyword is part of your image Alt Text. Make the content flow easily to keep people intrigued and reading. Spend some time to get to know the people who consistently share your content. Pull …

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Search Engine Marketing is hyped

The cleaner the code on your website, the faster your pages will load and the actual html text on the page will be given greater emphasis. In other words, if you say “vacation rentals” five times in 100 lines of code, those phrases will stand out much more than if …

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Keep your site updated and full of very useful content

Search Engine Optimization should start with creating and uploading content. This can include a lot of things but the most basic piece of content that you will use is articles. You might think that it is pointless to start learning SEO tips and tricks as the algorithms of search engines …

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Estimate your contents longevity

If you're a relatively new blog & would be willing to write a blog post for the sake of getting one solid, contextual link, then blog carnivals are a no brainer. Basically, blog carnivals are a blog community that writes about certain topics as a group. These posts then get linked …

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Think hard about sharing

Quality will win over quantity every time and your results will not be nearly as fruitful if you’re putting out mediocre content. When deciding which keywords to go after, you could also use a tool, but simply googling your keywords will also give you insight into the difficulty to …

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The importance of domain name selection for SEO

The reason social is such a natural extension of search is that it adds both relevancy and authority. Think about this: According to Nielsen research, 92% of consumers worldwide trust recommendations from friends and family more than any form of advertising. This is up from 74% in 2007. Having an …

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Use Quality Page Meta Title & Descriptions

One of the primary triggers in their algorithm is domain authority, which Google calculates based on a myriad of factors; in fact, the RankBrain system that Google uses employs more than 200 ranking signals. Just like you should interview others, seize opportunities to be interviewed, no matter how small the …

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Landing page and site user experience

The permalink is the full URL you see – and use – for any given post, page or other pieces of content on your site. It’s a permanent link, hence the name permalink. f you are familiar with Google’s algorithm, you are aware that it is predicated based off of …

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You ask what is slow?

Measure and monitor what is working and update your strategy on the fly. Although Google Plus might be one of the less popular social networks out there, it’s still part of the Google Suite of applications and does play a part in boosting your site’s search visibility. The …

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Check your website’s main pages for outdated information

The goal of negative SEO is to lower the rankings of competitor websites. This, they believe, will subsequently elevates their own rankings once the competition is out of the way. When working on your content, you should take the next biggest thing into account: voice search. Yes, it’s been …

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Quality, Plus Visibility

If the wrong people are hitting your website, it's all for nothing Not so long ago, SEO and social media marketing were different things. The idea was that SEO attracted visitors and social media marketing kept them coming back. Don ’t keyword stuff – write naturally using synonyms, relevant terms and …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Failing To Optimize Keywords

The SERPs will most likely choose to display your meta-description, so it needs to be captivating to encourage people to click through and read your blog. You only have 156 characters to play with, so every word has to count! The reason that most SEOs don’t know technical SEO …

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Time to Do The Research

Keyword research must be updated periodically: Search terms fall out of disfavor as language changes, a company introduces new products and services, and so on. Search-based competitive audits uncover the competitive landscape within the search results for a defined set of high-value topics. CTR gives some insight into how likely …

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Making Changes Early and Often

Scan through your website and make a list of all the relatable keywords.Then, make a list of all the potential keywords keeping your niche in mind. If you are already clear with your business/product/service offerings, then keyword selection is all the more easy. Link building, as a …

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