Headings and keyword stuffing

Thin content is a phrase used to describe websites that lack valuable information for visitors. They take more time to create than a responsive design, since they require an independent creation, and require more extensive ongoing upkeep. Website Optimization is important for making users feel comfortable while using your website …

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The benefits of analytics to your search marketing strategy

Image file names alert Google and other search engine crawlers as to the subject matter of the image. But to be clear: the actual E-A-T ratings given by search quality evaluators are NOT ranking factors. The hierarchy of effects approach enjoys the benefit of allowing marketers to identify common steps …

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What you should have asked your teachers about site submissions

Components such as H1 tags, the words used in your website meta description, content and keyword density, permalinks, and backlinks are some of many things that you can leverage to boost your ranking. Even those retailers who don't sell products online or who have substantial offline sales are still impacted …

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Why have site submissions been so popular?

All Javascript and CSS files on your site must be unblocked. That means Google must be able to access those files so that it can see the site as a normal visitor does. In fact, Google Panda, the search engine's ranking algorithm, is designed to sift out websites with thin …

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