Failing To Optimize Keywords

You can have spammy links from the past. Maybe you bought some, or maybe your SEO didn’t care too much about the quality of the links he built for you. Create infographics around your industry, at least once every two weeks or even one per month. Infographics can be …

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Internal Contextual Linking On Long Tail Keywords

If you’re not able to rank on the first page, try to write another article, focused on a (even) more long tail keyword. Make it a little bit more specific, more niche. And see how that goes. I am the last one to tell a website owner that his …

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Monitor the evolution of your search results

Search engines want publishers to show the same content to the search engine as is shown to users 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 search engine optimization. They submit their site to more than …

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Understanding the rationale behind SERPs

Search traffic is among the best quality available on the Web, primarily because a search user has expressed a specific goal through her query, and when this matches a product or brand the web store carries, conversion rates are often extremely high SEO, that is ethical and organic, takes serious …

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Get High-Quality Links Through an Email Outreach Campaign

SEO takes time, resources, and money if you outsource. You need to go into this journey expecting to spend time working on SEO for the long-term. If a person goes looking for a company or product by name, Google will steer them towards what they’re looking for. Many webmasters …

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The most obvious SEO choice

An infinite number of niches are waiting for someone to claim them. I’d ask yourself where you want to be, and see if you can find a path from a tiny specific niche to a slightly bigger niche and so on, all the way to your desired goal. Sometimes …

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Create Keyword Evaluation Models

Getting your business included in local resource lists is an indicator to Google about your authority. All you have to do is locate authoritative websites within your industry/community that also host a couple of local resources. If you have already worked to establish your business as an effective local …

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Create great content people want to read

Search has penetrated the very fabric of global society. The way people work, play, shop, research, and interact has changed forever. Organizations of all kinds (businesses and charities), as well as individuals, need to have a presence on the Web—and they need the search engines to bring them traffic …

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SEO Remains Keyword Driven & LSI Keywords Are Important

On the web, sole traders can in theory compete with the corporate big boys, so being able to be found – and found easily – among those searches is essential for any firm SEO has tremendously grown over the past few years and search engines are getting smarter and smarter. Staying on …

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Add valuable insight to your content

If someone hits their back button immediately after landing on a page, it tells Google in black-and-white: this is low quality page. That’s why Google uses “dwell time” to size up your content’s quality. You should search your favourite search engines for search terms such as: “add url …

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Don't “only” concentrate on Google

We’ve all experienced the frustration of a slow-loading site. And there’s plenty of evidence showing slow-loading sites perform less well. Social networks are an important source of traffic. Good content significantly raises the probability of the posts being frequently shared organically on social networks which helps you expand …

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Conversions are Truly the Only Thing that Matters

Everyone likes to see a nicely designed website, but given a choice between a great looking website with little/poor content and a poor looking website with great content, people prefer the latter. They aren’t searching online to look at pretty websites. They’re searching online for a specific …

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