Difficult things about user generated content

Here's a fun fact about humans: we enjoy thinking about problems even more than solving them. It's why informative content doesn't encourage much engagement from users. We really only need time, experience, and research to help identify thin and duplicate content and make them better. Repeat customers who trust you …

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Wait. Is ROI really that simple?

95% of the U.S. Internet browsing population accesses search engines each month. Furthermore, the U.S. online population makes an average of 37 search engine visits per person per month. Search engines use links to crawl the web. Crawlers will flow from links between the internal individual pages on …

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Give visitors what they want

But by 2010, people used five million hashtags daily so Twitter began to index them. If time is not a factor, that's all the more reason to use SEO. Sitelinks can be a little bit of a double-edged sword: even if you can get Google to display them, they might …

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What everyone ought to know about comment spam

Americans conduct more than 20 billion online searches a month, and worldwide, we type into a search box 131 billion times monthly. That's 29 million searches per minute. (Google alone receives more than 1 billion unique visitors per month.) Search engines track searcher behavior, and by looking at what searchers …

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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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