Difficult things about duplication

Content is an On-Page Factor. This means that you can optimize your content by optimizing your On-Site and On-Page factors and making sure you setup your site the right way for Search Engine Optimization before you get started. ​ sites that have been penalised by the Panda update face a long …

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Losing Focus on mobile search

The internet today is overwhelmed with tons of DIY SEO tips and tricks. What might be even worse, there are countless case studies that show how great some particular tactic worked for a single website. The focus on the right audience and the right content brings an understanding of the …

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What to do if Your Website is a Victim of Negative SEO

People spend very little time engaging with content. Company blogs have been proven again and again to do wonders for businesses. Among other things, having a company blog will improve your SEO and allows you to become seen as an expert in your field. If someone hits their back button …

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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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Create fresh content

Use a directory structure that organizes your content well and makes it easy for visitors to know where they're at on your site. Try using your directory structure to indicate the type of content found at that URL. The world is always changing, and you have to keep up. If …

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Check which of your keywords are already used

SEO helps businesses by allowing them to attract more customers to their website and if it's done right – attract them in a way that they also become customers. This is why I pair SEO with 'Conversion Rate Optimization' so that any site I'm doing SEO on also gets improvements in …

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Write with your audience’s questions in mind

The Internet a crowded and noisy place, so when you search for something online, you’re going to get a barrage of search results. Thousands of them. Hundreds of thousands. No one would click through on each of them. Most web users will click on the first couple results that …

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Google Algorithms Target Low-Quality Content

Think about what happens when you type a query into a search engine. The results you get back are simply a series of page titles and descriptions. Overfed with countless advice making things look simple and obvious, webmasters often rely on their intuition, common sense, or gut feelings when it …

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Be Mobile Friendly

The anchor text section clearly shows what text the links pointing to a website has. This is an opportunity to take a look and make sure that the website does not have a spammy anchor text profile. The modern user has a very short attention span. If a website takes …

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Snappy results and SEO

Imagine for a moment, a yacht. The on-page elements represent the sails and the ropes above water. Now imagine the technical elements of SEO are everything below the water line: the hull and the cabin. So you could have your sails blowing, and your knots tied correctly, but if there …

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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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More traffic is a positive sign to Google too

If you do nothing else, installing analytics software is the one SEO tip you must try. Free, flexible and powerful, Google Analytics lets you track how many people are using your website, and what they do when they are there. The number and quality of links pointing to your site …

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