How do you feel about stickiness now?

Always remember to find natural local keywords. Simply stuffing in unnecessary mentions of the residing town may actually do your SEO more harm than good. You will also want to incorporate more of the basics of optimizing a website by checking for broken links and matching anchor text and its …

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Discover the connection between user experience 301 redirects

The most common solutions to fix this consist of using absolute path URLs (including the "http://www.domain.com" portion) coupled with ensuring that canonical URLs always use the HTTP version. Adding the robots tag and uploading a sitemap to Google webmaster tools is the best way I know to …

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Let's follow backlink best practise

Page load speed is a significant factor in Google rankings. One strategy you want to avoid is using your service or product keyword in the body of your content more than 2.5%. A spammer wants to scrape your content before Google crawls it, so your website is punished for …

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Make sure you know exactly what you're doing with keyword density

Google uses what's called Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) when crawling a website, scanning your copy not just for the keyword but for keywords that are commonly related to it. Without these amenities, for instance, roads, it would be impossible for new people and businesses to get to the city's center …

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Quality over quantity when it comes to bread crumbs

Sitelinks can be a little bit of a double-edged sword: even if you can get Google to display them, they might not necessarily be the links you would have chosen to display. Use this simple test: would you click it? White Hat is the method that uses keywords tailored to …

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