Use 301 Redirects Effectively

It’s a common misconception that the internet is the ultimate learning environment. Yes, you can find everything you need, for free, but the information you end up with is not always trustworthy. It’s scattered, often outdated and sometimes contradictory. Controlling most of the navigation from page to page …

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Too much of content

Google has always encouraged webmasters to make their primary focus one of providing a good user experience. As the algorithm gets “smarter”, websites that do so are positioned to benefit the most. Great content marketing is essentially the bait you put on the end of your hook to attract the …

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Recurring Links

Once you know your goals, you should be able at least to decide on a balance between “head” keywords and “long-tail” keywords. Realize that meta keywords are only used by your competitor to see what you want to rank for. Google still doesn’t use them. You need to produce …

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SEO can be overwhelming for any number of reasons

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 all counts. While it's true that keyword-stuffing will …

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Localise as many elements as you can

Using your focus keyword in the headline can also be a good idea, but don’t try too hard to include it. Use power words and avoid redundancy to create a clear and appealing result. Aim for a headline of 55-60 characters, as this is what Google will display on …

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Use different keyword suggestion tools

To improve content performance, brands need to stop producing content for content’s sake and instead produce smart content: Description meta tags are important because Google might use them as snippets for your pages. Note that we say "might" because Google may choose to use a relevant section of your …

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