Putting the Link Wheels into Motion

You should list your site in open directory projects and you must use high quality content. You may also try to use Link Exchange programs. Your content needs to come together in such a way that it shows a search engine that you are an authority on a given topic …

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It takes time to build up search authority

The sites that Google will rank highest for a particular search term are the ones that appear the most relevant and that have the best content and best design. At the same time though, they will also be the ones that have the most trust. This means that Google considers …

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Do you have lots of External Media

Images improve the experience for website visitors. They make your site look better, and they are great for SEO. Many users search for images alone so if yours have informative and succinct descriptions then you could obtain a lot more traffic. It is also another way for Google to figure …

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Google rewards backlinks that are more niche relative

Your content will only help the site to rank higher if it is comprehensive and engaging. Work with Google to provide your users with the most relevant, well-informed and entertaining answers to their questions. Prove that you are trustworthy by connecting as closely as possible to high authority sites. With …

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Ensure that HTML code is used correctly

If a site, or specific page, has a lot of backlinks pointing to it, Google then sees this page or site as credible. This is only true, though, if those backlinks are coming from quality, reputable sources, and it’s even better when those sites are relevant to your site …

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How will SEO help my business?

We all know that videos are a great way of keeping audience engaged and entertained. But do you know that by using enough videos, you can improve the ranking of your page on the SERPs. Optimising your website to rank higher on search engines is an important strategy to maintain …

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Content is king or customer is king?

Picking the right keywords to optimize for is very important. Usually, it’s a good idea to pick mid-tail keywords, including the local area you are focusing on. Whether you are building links, choosing domain names. or writing page text, you are trying to include your keywords in all of …

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The discovery shortcut: Learning from competitors

In the past, Google has stated that the country within which a website is hosted is a very small factor in their international ranking algorithms. So try to have servers set up in your target countries. For example, if your company is based in the UK and you have a …

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Double check your URLs

Undoubtedly, the number of mobile/tablet users in developed countries is increasing exponentially. Additionally, the number of mobile and tablet a user in emerging economies is rising fast. These two resultants lead to the conclusion that local business should invest on Local SEO Search volume refers to how many times …

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Try to Go for Longer, Scannable Posts

You as a business owner need to get inside the head of a user and think from his point of view. You need to think that as a user what will be your intent when conducting a search. How do you ensure that you’re not just optimizing pages for …

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Follow Google's advice on this

Once you have your on-page SEO sorted out and optimized, you will need to build backlinks to your pages to rank. Overall, the goal of onsite optimization is to increase the relevancy of a web page (link is external) in response to a specific query. Unfortunately, SEOs often get caught …

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