We're searching in different ways already

Keyword research should be the starting point for any SEO campaign. Why? Because if you don’t know what people are actually searching for in your niche, you’ll be relying on luck—rather than data—to guide your decisions. The search engines continuously invest in improving their ability to …

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Monitor the evolution of your rankings

Yes, "content is king" – but that's only half the story. Imagine if Wikipedia, one of the world's most popular sites, offered no more than huge blocks of text, or if Google cluttered its search interface with distracting graphics. It's unlikely that either site would have become as successful as they …

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Personalization counts

Search engine optimization, while a very technical practice, is a marketing function—and it needs to be treated like one. SEO-friendly content doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming, provided that you understand how on-page SEO can work alongside your content. Are you worried that your aesthetically appealing website …

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Google’s bots might not share your opinion

Keyword research is the process SEOs use to find what search queries consumers enter into a search engine for a given topic. You will find that there are a number of different ways to do keyword research, but there is no single “right” way. It will vary based on your …

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Need to Branch Out

I think it's good to have lots of content on the website given the 'long tail' nature of searchers' keyword queries. Think of new ideas to expand your content, or even to invest in evergreen content, and make sure you think like a reader, rather than a search engine. Contrary …

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The first indication should be navigation

Paid links are like paying someone to be your wingman to impress a girl rather than having a genuine friend by your side who can vouch for how great you really are! Some of the first things you probably think of with regards to SEO are links. Links are good …

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Local SEO is way more than Google

If you sign up to become a member for a site, you'll get a link in your profile. Well, not every site. Some sites will allow quality links in your profile, while others won't. Some are in the middle, such as Twitter, which gives nofollow links (links that don't pass …

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Think like a human not a spider

Less than 10% of the users in the most active internet countries have broadband. The faster your website loads, the better rank your site will have on Google and other major search engines. Local hosting will also typically help reduce page load speeds, so this is another benefit of setting …

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