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Google has now confirmed that it’s testing a new feature in the search results. On the off chance that they don’t have content (or enough content, maybe?) for a query, it may ask searchers to submit a more detailed question directly to the company – in the search results box. The box reads: “Get the […]

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We are long past the days when all you had to do was stuff some keywords in the meta description, and you could easily rank for whatever you wanted to regardless of whether or not it matched the content on your website. In 2013, with the Hummingbird Update, Google began using latent semantic indexing or […]

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With so much competition on the web these days, it’s vital to know SEO when you get started. But, if your website is built on or around any of the mistakes in this list, you’re inadvertently sabotaging your efforts. Targeting the Wrong Keywords It’s not enough to find the keywords and check them to see […]

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How Google AMP Has Changed SEO

By: | September 3, 2017 | View: 3161

How Google AMP Has Changed SEO If you’ve spent any time in online marketing or SEO, you know the landscape is continually changing. To keep up with technology, you have to research and learn to stay ahead of the curve. Last year, Google announced the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project, poised to change the mobile […]

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Forgetting to Upload Your Disavow File

By: | March 10, 2017 | View: 4590

Uh oh. Of all the mistakes to make when moving your site from insecure HTTP to safe HTTPS, forgetting to upload your disavow file is one of the biggest. Why’s that, exactly? Well, if you forget to upload you’re disavowing file to the new HTTPS site, all those bad links you already disavowed will transfer […]

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Early yesterday morning, the SEO underground was buzzing with alarm, as webmasters posting on the Black Hat World and WebmasterWorld forums shared horror stories of dropped rankings, tanking keywords, and halted traffic. Search Engine Roundtable’s Barry Schwartz reported chatter occurring in the wee hours of March 8th, with several forums proclaiming “massive” drops in traffic. […]

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