Create the structure for your post

Google defines duplicate content as large blocks of text used across multiple pages, or even other websites, that are exactly the same or very similar. Simply put, you don’t want to use large blocks of the same text on more than one page of your website. It appears that …

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Boost Underperforming Content

Change the titles on your least successful pages twice a year. Why? Because obviously those titles weren’t helping your least successful pages. Don't be tempted by the huge numbers for broad keywords. With enough time and effort you might be able to rank for them, but you'd be battling …

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Links, links, links!

Link Building is arguably one of the easiest steps to Search Engine Optimization, since links don’t really need to be written or phrased in a certain way. Most SEO consultants have said goodbye to spammy, shady optimization techniques because Google actively penalized you for it since 2011. Low-quality links …

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Readability

It’s better to have a custom 404 error code page than to have an empty page — it doesn’t send a good message to search engines or site visitors. Mobile SEO is a challenge for digital marketers. The screen being small and of low resolution hinders searches from scrolling …

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Voice Searching Matters

Developers who aren’t already focused on SEO requirements aren’t necessarily keeping up with these changes, which will present a challenge to brands and open up additional opportunities for developers with updated SEO knowledge and skills. Over the past few years, one of the most common phrases in SEO …

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On page optimization is a foundation for successful SEO

Because they’re so often avoided by using them you can access potential customers you would otherwise never attract. So if you want to build an effective SEO strategy make sure you research long tail keywords carefully. You should not only use social networks to acquire potential new customers, generate …

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Understand Google’s Ranking Algorithm

Another factor in determining the value of a link is the way the link is implemented and where it is placed. For example, the text used in the link itself (i.e., the actual text that a user clicks on to go to your web page) is also a strong …

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What is the trustworthiness of the linking domain?

It is worth noting that when it comes to link building, it is very difficult to find a site owner willing to give you a link freely. Usually you give something back in return. Making your content easy to read and understand helps make it useful to your readers. Some …

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Identify (and include) commonly searched keywords

It is important to have at least one keyword in your title. In addition, you should have your keywords in your meta descriptions, headers (h1 tags) and in the ALT descriptions and titles of images. There’s strong evidence that click-through rates will influence your website’s Google search ranking …

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Create your site navigation in HTML or CSS

Having quality inbound links is thus, a crucial SEO technique that only increases the authority and credibility of your website. Googlebot uses sitemaps and databases of links discovered during previous crawls to determine where to go next. Whenever the crawler finds new links on a site, it adds them to …

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Checking for Links for SEO

Having more pages that are optimized for different keywords gives you increased opportunity for traffic. It doesn't necessarily mean more traffic, though, since it depends on how popular and how competitive those new keywords are. For sites “with just a few things to mark up,” Google also offers a tool …

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A good website brings boatloads of money into your bank account

Outbound, or external, links are links pointing outwards from your site to another website. They pass along some of your own site’s ranking power. Authority is measured by the quantity and quality of inbound links to your site, as well as its technical performance and structure. Write good content …

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Google Loves Diversity

Keep in mind that you don’t need to think of Google as your audience. You write for your visitors and not for Google. SEO’s journey to a technicality driven practice of giving priority to the subject-matter elucidates how content marketing fits the bill. As the web is becoming …

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Horses for courses

Audit your site using tools such as Google’s PageSpeed Insights or Pingdom’s speed test to quickly compile a list of options to help give your site a little more zip. You may even need to review your hosting service if it’s holding you back… Readability has never …

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Supplemental Content for SEO

Some of the first things you probably think of with regards to SEO are links. Links are good. We need lots of links to our site, and to our pages, to be successful. This is part of Authority, that sneaky third aspect of SEO. To add to your understanding of …

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