Myths and misconceptions about link research

If you don't know your audience, you won't be able to create great, shareable and relevant content, and you may as well not bother creating blog posts and article at all. The Disavow tool is part of Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) that allows websites to discount the value …

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Are you making these organic links mistakes?

Perhaps the most commonly known aspect of SEO, the feature which attracts business to seek out the services of an SEO Agency, is the service's ability to increase a website's positioning in SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages). Copy written for search engines does this through the search engine's correlation of …

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Provide an Action that Fulfills the Intent

If you're an existing business, you can learn a lot from your current customer base. If you have a shop you probably have a good idea of your target audience because you and your customer service team will be meeting and talking to them everyday. Otherwise, you could learn more …

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My thoughts on long tail search

This is usually enough to get the link removed. Many businesses assume that they don't need to worry about keyword research. They think they know what terms people use to find what they sell, and they also assume that Google understands the content on their website. This is incorrect on …

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To get fast rankings, you need search queries

Travel reservations, magazine subscriptions, organizational memberships, B2B (business to business) sales, and even donations fall into this category, as do retail sites from Amazon.com to the smallest, home-based micro-store. The hierarchy of effects model features similarities with theories regarding attitudes and attitudinal change, including the concepts of cognitive, affective …

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What are the merits of search engine spiders on today's web?

Keyword stuffing refers to the practice of loading a webpage with keywords or numbers in an attempt to manipulate a site's ranking in Google search results. Often these keywords appear in a list or group, or out of context (not as natural prose). Even guest-blogging with a sole motive to …

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