I urge you to think about keyword density

Look for resources that deal with similar topics to your own site. You may find many Internet projects that not in direct competition with you, but which share the same topic as your site. Try to approach the site owners. It is quite possible that they will be glad to …

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How to promote your local business online

99% of people don’t need any fancy tools or tactics. They just need to write the best content online for the topic they want to go after. Your online presence goes way beyond your site. The problem is that we tend to forget how our online footprint may extend …

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Tell me more about SEO

If you link to other websites, you not only help to promote their content, but also you let others know that you exist. Simple as that. And if you provide quality content, people whose work you’ve shared will be more willing to promote your website as well. Press releases …

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More focus is put on Google algorithms

Although lead generation via the Web is less direct than an ecommerce transaction, it is arguably just as valuable and important for building customers, revenue, and long-term value. As opposed to trending topics, which can provide you with a surge in traffic for a short period. Most people get SEO …

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Make comment spam a priority

If you have done this in the past you may have been told to include the exact keyword a certain number of times on each page. Google absolutely loves internal linking (the act of linking your audience to other areas of your website). The longer a user stays on your …

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The back story of keyword research

Social networks are an important source of traffic. Good content significantly raises the probability of the posts being frequently shared organically on social networks which helps you expand your reach. At the same time, you can also generate additional traffic through social channels. Social interactions are also registered by Google …

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The hidden agenda of user generated content

Nearly, 74% of consumers use search engines to find local business information. t will take anywhere from 1 month to 3 months to start seeing some shift, and likely 6-8 months to start seeing significant ROI from Search Engine Optimization work. That being said, if you don’t start seeing …

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How Search Engines work?

90% of users only look at the first page of Google results, so if your site doesn’t come up on the first page, you aren’t reaching your full potential. Organic SEO is a lengthy process. Not because it’s complicated to implement (though it can be), but because …

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Fun with web crawlers for now

Compared to online marketing, such as PPC, social media marketing, email marketing program, SEO provides fairly good ROI. When you delete one or more posts or pages from your site, there’s often collateral damage. Within the space of 3 years, it has become significantly easier to find businesses, stores …

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Make text links the main focus of your marketing tactics

Your headline is among the first things that users will come across when carrying out a search. This makes them important, and it’s useful to brainstorm as many variations as you can until you land on the best candidate. This is all down to how a search engine filters …

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Work Hard and Success Will Come

Google recommends this approach for making URLs more human friendly. Choosing a perfect focus keyword is not an exact science. You should aim for a combination of words that are used by a search audience. Aim for a focus keyword that is relatively high on volume and aim for one …

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