Include media on your website

You don’t merely want people to see your website. You want them to visit it, spend time on it and take the desired actions on it. Vertical search is the term people sometimes use for specialty or niche search engines that focus on a limited data set. Examples of …

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Failing To Optimize Keywords

One of the most common problems for webmasters who run both mobile and desktop versions of a site is that the mobile version of the site appears for users on a desktop computer, or that the desktop version of the site appears when someone accesses it on a mobile device …

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SEO specificity best practice

If you have the money, you can speed up your Link Building process significantly by purchasing links. This is done in a similar fashion as advertising. There are websites that build up their content, do their SEO and get their site to become popular. Once that happens, they offer to …

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Rate of new link growth may signal freshness

As long as you provide products and/or services at a physical address or to a physical address, and that address is registered, you can set up a Google Places accounts. By telling Google this, you can be listed in the Google Places section of the search results. More and …

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Know the description tag can be as long as you want it to

Page content refers to all the information contained in a website. Page content can be displayed as text, links, images, audio, animation or videos among other things. Head terms are searched more frequently, have less words (3 or less in most cases) and are often much more generic and competitive …

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Ranking high in the search engines is tough.

Optimizing images to rank well in search is a must for an increasingly visual web: a good logo or some eye-catching graphics can be as effective at attracting visitors to your website as your written content. With all that said…SEO is still all about content and links. Without amazing …

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Drop in a relevant link or two

If you tried to optimize an article for a certain keyword, but it’s getting more traffic for a different variation of that keyword, then go back in and re-optimize it for the new keyword. Pay attention to how and where you’re linking in your content. There’s a …

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Figure out what people are searching for

People like to be engaged and feel involved. Having a question as a title will start a conversation by piquing people’s interests. They will want to know what the answer is. Doing research on your targeted audience will help you come up with questions to ask. (Ideally, they should …

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What keywords your visitors will use to find you?

The main heading of your page tells visitors, including search engines, what the page is about. Heading tags let us mark up what is a heading or sub-heading on the page, and we can use the h1 tag to show the primary header. Most CMSs do this automatically. Going to …

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