Use subheadings

Although it may feel like Google is trying to make our jobs as inbound marketers more difficult, they ultimately want to provide the best user experience, which should be the goal of your website as well. Good content is important, but it also needs to rank high on SERPs if …

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Each piece of copy has an individual purpose

Due to Google bringing constant changes to SERP, you will discover that the number of competing pages for some keywords is no longer available. Ensuring that your piece of content explores the topic fully across many relevant sub-topics, and doesn’t only provide a thin/generic answer, will help with …

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Need to Branch Out

Constantly changing consumer behaviors and the demand for more personalized, meaningful experiences have retailers facing huge challenges this year You want your page title to accurately describe what your page is about but you also want it to be “clickable”. Meaning, you want it to draw a searcher’s attention …

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Getting More Value Out of Your SEO Campaigns

Competitor analysis is nothing new, and companies have been researching their competitor’s links for years. However, by looking at the competitor’s backlinks and manually reviewing which links are worth having, you can then perform a link outreach and try to get a link from the same referring site …

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Site Architecture for Newbies

Improving visibility and driving traffic are nice, but the most important goal is to achieve the goals of your organization. For most organizations, that means generating sales, leads, or advertising revenue. SEO is a long-term strategy for your business and when done correctly (with the proper amount of time and …

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Make sure you're being indexed

The structure of your URL can affect both your page’s ranking, but also the user experience. How the pages on your site are organized and structured affects your search engine rankings. It also affects your it’s user experience (UX). Basically, you want to make it easy for actual …

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Optimize images with your key term

Use attractive subheaders: Readers should be able to bounce around to seek out the pieces of your content that interest them. By using attractive subheaders, you can pique the curiosity of your readers and keep them engaged. If you have a real business, the same advice applies. You should decide …

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Create local search accounts

When you write headlines, it is not absolutely mandatory that you use keyphrases, but you get a decent bump in the search engines for putting them in headlines which are bolded with a larger font than the other text and capitalized. Although Google Plus might be one of the less …

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Use more than one search engine

Mobile SEO is a challenge for digital marketers. The screen being small and of low resolution hinders searches from scrolling down to the bottom of a page, let alone be going to the next page. The other point that has become increasingly important is that relevant anchor text should be …

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Encourage customers to leave positive reviews

Search engines (and users) look to the site architecture for clues as to what pages are most important. A key factor is how many clicks from the home page it takes to reach a page There are domains which are better to receive links from than others. These are domains …

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Powerful Title — But Avoid Clickbait

Search engine guidelines help us distinguish truly useful content from content that was created for the sake of earning traffic from search engines. When a Website is downgraded by search algorithms, penalized by spam teams, or deindexed completely, a good question to ask is which pages on the site are …

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Avoid Downtime By Choosing Reliable Host

It’s hard to imagine that just 10 years ago, SEO was a discipline governed by blackhat marketers whose sole objective was to increase rankings and drive traffic. Long story short—it wasn’t pretty, and Google didn’t like it. Trust an SEO expert who will build a campaign …

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Target Low Hanging Fruits

Follow all the good on-page content and off-page optimization considerations, like fresh, unique content. Don’t overdo the keywords, prevent spammy backlinking etc. I’d rather have a more relevant link with low authority. I’d hope that was better for traffic, but I’d not really expect it to …

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Structuring the entire page

There are issues like helping Google understand the content on your pages and website, incoming links, page authority, domain authority, usage patterns, spam factors, canonical issues and much more. Most content creators go for the big, obvious one and two keyword phrases and ignore longer search phrases. Thankfully, less competition …

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Sponsor events, teams, or organizations

It is imperative that website owners and site developers engage in user testing. Without actually measuring what users are doing when they visit a site, one can’t possibly know how a website is performing. There’s no need to spend more time on the optimisation if your content is …

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How are you supposed to audit your website?

In addition to the actual text on your web pages, search engines also examine their structure, the use of keywords in your URLs, the formatting of the page (such as the use of bold font), and which keywords appear in the title and in the body of the text. Are …

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Domain to Domain Relevance

The Internet is made up of trillions of pages that are all connected to one another with links. These links are how search engines “crawl” the web, using virtual spiders (or bots). As these spiders follow the links on pages to other pages, they store information as they go. And …

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Try to use the keyphrase once or twice per paragraph

The sheer apparent complexity of SEO is enough to turn some people away entirely. Paid results are auction priced advertisements & are produced for as long as the advertiser’s budget lasts relative to the cost per click they have paid for their targeted search terms. If you want to dominate …

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More about the pros and cons of backlink indexing

A cornerstone of effective SEO is producing quality content, and understandably, that can be difficult for marketers or business owners busy with other things. A shallow, highly crawlable link structure is critical to getting all of your content indexed—follow good information architecture practices. You don’t merely want people …

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Domain to Domain Relevance

Links don't matter that much for ranking in the Featured Snippet when you already rank on page one of Google. A crawler is a Search Engine bot or a Search Engine spider that travels all around the web looking out for new pages ready to be indexed. In this scenario …

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Make basic duplicate listing detection

While there are numerous duplicate content checkers available, the simplest method is to copy a random snippet of content from various pages of a website, then wrap them in quotation marks and do a Google search. Google now indexes content from Facebook, Twitter and presumably more social media platforms to …

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Identify and target the best keyword

Get specific by taking a structured approach. It’s not enough to focus on the right keyword—you need to make sure that you’re communicating the ‘right’ information to Google in a structured way. Nothing is worse than arriving to a site and finding content with keywords strategically (and …

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Advanced off-site SEO principles

While developing your mobile site, you’ll have three options: responsive design, dynamic serving and a separate site on a subdomain. Google prefers responsive design. This way, you have one site that adapts to the device it’s used on. Vertical search is the term people sometimes use for specialty …

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Who links back to my site?

Posting regular content is key to building trust with search engines and your customers alike. A posting schedule is easier to stick to when you’re writing regular content. Crafting quality titles for product pages, articles, blog posts, lists and all other written content is what gets that content noticed …

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How are you supposed to audit your site structure

Today, queries don’t just return a list of ten blue, ordered links. They return results with images, videos, profile pictures, and all manner of meta data that help searchers choose the best result. The images that you upload to a webpage also have an impact on SEO. It’s …

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Make Use Of Bullets & Numbers While Writing

The average top-ten ranking is two or more years old and the average age for the pages in the number one position is roughly three years old. Guest posting as a tactic has a dual benefit. First, it helps you reach the target audience of blogs who have similar audiences …

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Identify (and include) commonly searched keywords

Instead of writing on-page copy for the sole purpose of repeating a keyword multiple times, you should write about your product or service or idea naturally, and let your keyword variations naturally fall into place. If that doesn’t happen, go back and spring in some variations into the content …

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Age of the domain name

A shallow, highly crawlable link structure is critical to getting all of your content indexed—follow good information architecture practices. Google has no problem telling you what you need to do to compete for their top ranking spots, just read their guide and do your best to follow through with …

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Creativity will take courage

If a search engine makes a page request that isn’t served within the bot’s time limit (or that produces a server timeout response), your pages may not make it into the index at all, and will almost certainly rank very poorly (as no indexable text content has been …

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Generalized or broad keywords or short tail keywords

Short paragraphs: Write short paragraphs, preferably 3-4 sentences at most. Breaking down your content into short paragraphs makes it more digestible for your readers. Bad content truly can do long-lasting damage to your website, brand and business. SEO for reputation management is a process for neutralizing negative mentions of your …

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