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Posts Tagged With ‘ SEO Tips ’

SEO Mistakes You Should Avoid

Nowadays most businesses have realized the importance of SEO and they work to improve their search engine presence. However, while developing an SEO strategy you need to consider several elements which help you to score well in the SEO game. From selection of keywords to the title tags you write for your pages, every element […]

How to Use Intent to Shape Your Content & SEO [Podcast]

Intent marketing refers to the concept of of marketing your product or service based on a customer’s intent to make a purchase decision. By identifying customer intent you can achieve better search marketing with the help of right keyword selection. Neil Patel has published a new podcast episode ‘How to Use Intent to Shape Your […]

Aja Frost on Topic Clusters, Featured Snippets, Image SEO & Suggested Clips [Video]

A well-developed SEO strategy focuses on multiple dimensions of achieving to achieve rankings in search engines. You need to consider different ways to influence search engines and secure higher placement. Topic clusters, featured snippets, image SEO etc. are some of the techniques that help you to make most from your SEO efforts. Rusty Brick has […]

21 Steps to Write Page Titles and Meta Descriptions for SEO

You need to be careful while crafting your website’s page titles as it is important to tell visitors whether they are visiting the right page. Also met descriptions are also of utmost importance for taking SEO advantage. Exposure Ninja contributor Dale Davies has shared 21 steps to help you write effective page titles and meta […]

Find Out Why Your Site Isn’t Showing Up On Google

By creating a strong SEO strategy you can get your websites listed in Google search results and increase organic traffic. But sometimes a change in the search engine algorithm makes your site disappear from the listnings. Ahrefs contributor Joshua Hardwick has shared nine reasons why your websites are not showing up on Google. Hardwick says, […]

Aren’t 301s, 302s, and aanonicals all basically the same? [video]

The MOZ team has published new Whiteboard Friday video titled ‘Aren’t 301s, 302s, and aanonicals all basically the same?’ featuring Dr. Peter J. Meyers. In this video, Dr. Meters explains the impact of bots on page rank and SEO. The MOZ team says, “They say history repeats itself. In the case of the great 301 […]

Why Pagination is Important – Here’s Why [Video]

The process of pagination is segmentation of links or dividing content into multiple pages. It affects SEO, web development and user experience. The Stone Temple contributor Eric Enge has published a video on ‘Why Pagination is Important’. The Stone Temple team says, “Google’s John Mueller confirmed that Google has not made use of rel=prev/next tags […]

On-Page SEO Guide [SEO Tips & Tricks for Bloggers]

Here’s a guest post by Sherisse Rogers. When you’re starting off as a blogger its seems like there is a neverending list of things you need to do to make your blog successful. You have to: Have a nice design Posts regularly Build an email list Create a lead magnet to help grow your list Network […]

‘Pop-Ups, Overlays, Modals, Interstitials, and How They Interact with SEO’ – MOZ

MOZ team says, “Have you thought about what your pop-ups might be doing to your SEO? There are plenty of considerations, from their timing and how they affect your engagement rates, all the way to Google’s official guidelines on the matter. In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Rand goes over all the reasons why you ought […]

‘There’s No Such Thing as a Site Migration’ – MOZ

Jono Alderson says, “Websites, like the businesses who operate them, are often deceptively complicated machines. They’re fragile systems, and changing or replacing any one of the parts can easily affect (or even break) the whole setup — often in ways not immediately obvious to stakeholders or developers. Even seemingly simple sites are often powered by complex […]