Having fun with authority sites

The rate at which a piece of content or a page earns links over time is referred to as "link velocity." For example, the typical link velocity for a standout piece would be a high velocity in the beginning as links rush in, an average velocity after a few days …

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How to survive your first encounter with blogs

There are many websites, YouTubers and even paid services that promise to increase traffic to your website or blog, and also how to rank on Google Search. You wouldn't build a house without foundations, and that is exactly what Technical SEO is to your website. Being overweight or obese can …

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Provide an analysis section to help with h1 headers

Search engines rank web pages based on their relevance to a given keyword query. In the early days of search engine technology, relevance was heavily influenced by the number of instances that the given keyword appeared on a web page. Thus, many content creators bombard a page's body with the …

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Education is the best legacy when it comes to onsite SEO

One of my tried and true tinker methods is to explore sites built by intriguing companies. Claim your listing if not already done so. The distinction between meta descriptions and search snippets is an important one, especially when Google makes announcements, such as when Google expanded the length of search …

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Take the stress out of link research

Most brands seek to reach multiple audiences. Avoid using repetitive or generic text. Finding a good balance between the various "free" forms of building Back Links and the Pay Per Click advertising many people are using today is key to getting your Back Links covered. Recently, I came across this …

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