Myths and misconceptions about CTR

Learning more about your target audience isn’t what directly affects your content promotion efforts, but if you don’t spend time on it, then the foundation of your content marketing is going to be very weak and you won’t see significant improvement. Use keywords in the URL of …

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Reasons that people rely on domain authority

Understanding both the capabilities and boundaries of search engines allows you to properly build, format and explain your web content in a way that search spiders can understand. Engagement with a website began to emerge as a ranking factor with the release of the Panda update by Google on February …

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Write about sitemaps

Don’t try to improve your website’s reputation by buying links or deliberately sharing links. Google has become very good at detecting these types of manipulative measures. It means that you risk falling heavily down in the rankings and it can destroy much of what you have spent time …

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Understanding static pages

In social, there are no meta-tags, < H1 > formats, or other standard SEO issues. Site errors may include broken links, indexed 404 pages or errors in sitemap files to name a few. The days of keyword “stuffing” are over, but you still need to keep your site pages optimized around one …

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Aligning your goals in relation to blogs

Google is very smart at not only sniffing out low quality and paid links, but also irrelevant links. Once you’ve done a thorough analysis of your chances to rank on a specific term, the next step is to write an amazing article and optimize it accordingly. And hit publish …

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