Lessons I've learned from splogs

If you want people to hang around your site, or make the purchases, your site should load in lightning speed, otherwise the users will not even give a second thought in jumping on to your competitor's website. The internet gets the most angry when it feels lied to. Remove less …

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Warning: These mistakes could destroy your reporting

When you request a link, you have something to offer in return: a link back, which is called a reciprocal link. 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 more interactive and conversational …

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What can Twitter teach you about 301 redirects

Search engine algorithms assess the relevance of your page to any particular keyword by the content on your pages. Brand infringement remains both a domestic and international problem. In a time when attention spans are shorter than ever, you'd expect that shorter and easier to read posts would be winning …

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Never underestimate the influence of canonical URLs

There's a difference between desktop SEO and mobile SEO, but the goals are often comparable. You want to reach your audience and turn them into customers. In some ways, desktop SEO tactics also work for mobile SEO, but in a slightly different form. What pivotal role does communication play in …

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Optimise your site, paying special attention to widgets

The world is always changing, and you have to keep up. If you do, the rewards can be great. SEO has the potential to promote companies, without them having to pay anything extra for advertising. So search engine optimization essentially involves making it easy for search engines to find your …

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Actionable tips on comment spam and Instagram

The contemporary trend includes some more services along with optimizing a website and search engine marketing. Effective integrated marketing communications ensures a brand's target audiences hear the same message across all traditional and new media channels. Content that circles endlessly around a single topic undoes the hard work that went …

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