Answered - your burning questions about duplication

Most modern SEO agencies will continue to proclaim that content is king (and in my opinion, it truly is). But being king is nothing without a kingdom. Like a tree falling with nobody around to hear it, good content with nobody around to read it is useless. At first, you …

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How are you supposed to audit your content?

Google is making a real push to get to grips with any tactic they see as manipulating the rankings in a way that's against their guidelines - from keyword cramming to paying for sponsored posts. When listing keywords in their meta tags, some sites choose to separate each keyword with a …

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Lessons I've learned from keyword density

The days of hiring freelancers to create hundreds of small keyword-stuffed articles are over. In a recent survey by Hubspot only 9% of businesses using inbound marketing with SEO failed to see an ROI. Adding your site to any web directory just to get a backlink will have a negative …

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Meaty meta descriptions may affect your RSS feeds tactics

SEO's journey to a technicality driven practice of giving priority to the subject-matter elucidates how content marketing fits the bill. As the web is becoming more interactive and conversational, content marketing will see bigger duties resting on its shoulder in the future. Only Google engineers know the secret google recipe …

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Why most people will never be great at landing pages

At the very least, quarterly assessments are required. A blog is one of the easiest ways to create a regular stream of SEO content. In general, blog posts are more engaging and more likely to attract links than product pages, so they can be a great way to build some …

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