Find ideas that Google identifies as semantically related

Not all links are equal. The Google determines the quality of the links by looking at the quality of traffic that the specific links are driving to your website. It appears that when attempting to improve search engine ranking for a web-site, a position in the top six of the …

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Tags, tags, tags!

Keywords should appear in important on-page elements like the page title, heading, image alt text, and naturally throughout the page copy, but you should still be sure to craft each of these items for humans, not search engines There are few things more frustrating and downright annoying than investing 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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No link value is lost

Google delivers results based on the geographic location of the searcher, which is determined by the IP address of the user. Think of the last time you wanted to purchase a product but knew next to nothing about it. What did you do? You likely used a search engine to …

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Understand the different hosting options available

The tactic of improving your pages to earn more traffic through being more relevant to search queries, on-page SEO is something everyone can do. Our goal is to craft a page that helps the searcher achieve their goal, answering the intent of their search. Your efforts should focus on being …

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