Adapting for the long tail of search

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. Would you like to make it easier for search engines to understand what keyword(s) your blog should rank for? Less than 10% of …

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Why do links matter?

In Search Console, there’s a report called Links to your site which can show you the domains linking to you. Take a look at them – if you are happy with what you see, all is good. If you’re shocked by what you find, you will need to take …

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Ensure your website looks the part and that it’s easy to use

Understanding and recognizing how PageRank flows can make a difference in your SEO campaigns. The difference in many cases will be small, but in a competitive environment, every advantage counts. Sometimes, your blog simply doesn’t get the attention and the traffic you want it to get. If neither your …

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Make Use Of Local Citations

One of the most time-consuming parts about link-building is actually finding places that will give you links. Mobile SEO is just like regular SEO – all about making sure your site is crawlable and findable. Also, you need stellar performance, great content and a flawless UX. In Search Console, there’s …

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Include the main keywords in your title and meta description

In the earlier days of SEO, sending out press releases with keyword optimized anchor texts would get you a dozens of backlinks. In some fortunate cases, this would even make your site crawl to the top positions on SERPs. So, eventually Press releases became a tactic to build links and …

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You Can't Have Search Without Social

Google has always encouraged webmasters to make their primary focus one of providing a good user experience. As the algorithm gets “smarter”, websites that do so are positioned to benefit the most. When I am reading articles, therefore a potential consumer, I have no idea whether a link is follow …

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