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7 Sites to Create Awesome Blog Images That Helps You Rank

We all know how important blog image is. How they help retain reader’s attention, how it boosts SEO, how your image can rank in Google image search etc. But here’s the thing, creating the actual images is not all rainbows and unicorns. Especially when we can’t quite get the idea on how to even choose a color theme. I tried making sense of the color wheel, I really did. At the end of the day, …

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How To Create Good Meta Descriptions Following These 10 Examples

How To Create Good Meta Descriptions Following These 10 Examples When you appear as one of the 10 blue links on a white backdrop, there are only 4 factors that can urge the users to click on you. The ranking, the title, the URL and the meta description. If where a book is placed in the bookstore equivalates to ranking, the book cover would be the page title, the book spine is the URL while …

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What Is Anchor Text In SEO and 5 Deadly Mistakes To Avoid

What Is Anchor Text In SEO and 5 Deadly Mistakes To Avoid Anchor text is… This is anchor text Click on it. It brought you to another web page right? That, is exactly what an anchor text is. It is the visible, clickable part of a hyperlink. There are 8 categories of anchor text, let’s see what they are: 1.Exact match: If someone links to this article with the anchor text being ”anchor text”, that …

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How Google Hummingbird and Knowledge Graph Shaped Search

How Google Hummingbird and Knowledge Graph Shaped Search Google started as a search engine ”To organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” That is the goal of Google as a company. Despite their venture into other technology. From producing smartphones to being the major digital advertisement provider. Google’s root stems from search, while search stems from data and user intent. 96% of Google’s income comes from ads. Around 70% from Adwords …

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5 Google SERP Features That Can Give You Tons of Traffic

With how dynamic the SERP results (Search Engine Result Page) has become, there’s actually much more than being ranked first. Now, there are more ways to appear on the Google SERP other than being a blue link. Especially more so on mobile. So today I’m sharing with you a list of SERP features that you should target on. Five plus one extra. What are SERP features? Other than the standard blue links, Google is offering …

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SEO for JavaScript-powered websites (Google IO 18 summary)

SEO for JavaScript-powered websites (Google IO 18 summary) You have probably heard that in the recent Google I/O 18, Google shed some light on SEO. Tom Greenaway and John Muller of Google presented a session about making your modern JavaScript powered websites search friendly. They actually listed some recommended best practices, useful tools, and Google policy change. Here’s the thing: In a pretty un-Google like way, the duo also shed some light on how the …

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An Evolution of SEO Techniques – What’s in and what’s out

Like how the world wide web has been rapidly growing since its creation, the same could be said on SEO. What might be working 5 years ago might have lost half of its credibility today. With the one and almost only search engine giant Google pumping out new lines to its algorithm every day, you can only imagine that all SEOs are kept on their toes all the time. Here I have compiled a list …

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What Is User Experience and Why It Concerns Your Website

What is user experience and why it concerns your website? If you’re using Google Analytics, you will have access to a bunch of data that came from Google monitoring the user experience of your visitors. Those data are used to gauge your website performance and also play a role in your SERP. In this blog post we are going to talk about: what is user experience, how does it affect SEO, how to check your …

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SEO and Content Marketing: Your Key to Success

We all love PB&J, at least I do, and what I also love is combining the power of both SEO and content marketing for the best tasting digital marketing sandwich ever. Let’s look at it this way, SEO is the peanut butter to your content marketing jelly. Carefully applied first layer of SEO peanut butter helps prevent your jelly spread from seeping into the bread. Saving you from a soggy sandwich disaster. At the same …

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Consistency Is Key in Getting Ranked on SERP

When people talk about SEO, they talk about meta description, they talk about building backlink volume, they talk about canonicalization. All these are ranking factors. But they won’t work unless they’re used consistently. Consistency is key SEO is not a set up once and leave it thing. Nor is your website. As your business grows, you will be adding more content and more web pages to your website. All these need to be optimized from …

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