What's the story about long tail search

It's considered good user experience to link to other excellent resources the cover the topic further. Search engines are answering machines. Whenever a user types in his/her query and presses the enter button, the Search Engines would quest its directory of documents/information (that has already been crawled and …

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A few words on rankings

Any perceptive SEO professional will tell you that although off-page SEO is a major ranking determinant factor, it should only take about 30-40% of your search engine optimization efforts, with the remaining percentage going to on-page SEO. On the web, sole traders can in theory compete with the corporate big …

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The truth about domain authority

Right? After all if someone is searching specifically for your business, the first result should be yours! Google penalizes websites that are too slow to load as this result in a bad user experience. Load times are essential in that sense to coordinate with your IT or web guy about …

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Why not try the Google Forums for assistance with ROI

Not everyone can be an ICANN registrar. If there were too many banner ads placed at the top, the page may slip down in the index. Using website templates is a sound strategy as long as you can ensure that every page has a unique HTML title and meta description …

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Increase Organic Traffic by the manipulation of long tail search

Poor internet service creates sporadic access at best. Google Analytics will help you in your investigations on these factors. Generally speaking, Google will identify the best pages on your site if you have a decent on-site architecture and unique content. I'm not a big fan of manufactured goods. I prefer …

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Make a good use of forums

So, thin content and duplicate content are not the same. Build a unique contact page for each location that you operate and mark up your location information in Schema.org. The SEO benefits of social media, in my opinion, should be seen as the by-product of a strong social media …

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Never underestimate the influence of bread crumbs

If search engines don't know your website/webpage exists, your chance of ranking isn't just an improbability, it's an impossibility. The title of the MC is exaggerated or shocking. If you only share your site's content, this could be a negative in the eyes of your audience. Recently, I came …

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