Facts about html that will make you think twice

A high bounce or exit rate could imply that the content on the site is unsatisfactory, and could play into how Google measures the relevance or authority of that page. As a general rule, I side with user experience; I wouldn't stand much to gain by ranking if my user …

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Establish your position regarding duplication

When people use search engines they are looking for the best site(s) on the subject they are interested in. Search for your keywords - when you search for your keywords you will often see suggestions in the search bar as you type and there will also be a list of …

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Understanding gateway sites

Put simply, it's best to avoid obtaining irrelevant backlinks. Higher rankings lead to more clicks and visits from interested searchers, and that search traffic is uniquely valuable because of its high relevancy and timeliness -- people search when they're interested or ready to perform an action. Does the act of storytelling …

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Simple-to-understand metrics will convey information more easily

Your content, whether it's a guest post or a comment, should be interesting and engaging to the people reading it, and should explain why you're providing the link as part of it. Offering your content in multiple languages - Your potential linkers might not all speak English, so get your content …

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The secret behind dynamic pages

The fastest turn around in organic traffic comes from small tweaks to existing pages. Thin content can be identified as low quality pages that add little to no value to the reader. Examples of thin content include duplicate pages, automatically generated content or doorway pages. It is essential that you …

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Things that make you love and hate page rank

Optimise your website content for the best organic reach possible. Always use no follow if you have linked your site with another site which is not of your niche. Google will be very careful and can take a step of getting you deindexed if he feels anything fishy. Google does …

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