Diana Ford
Business is undoubtedly a field of fierce competition. We see many ventures bringing out new services and products to people in hopes to capture most of the market share in the least amount of time. One tactic that companies ofte…
James Parsons
Perhaps the most central element of all SEO is the keyword. Successful SEO relies on finding keywords that have enough volume to turn a profit while having minimal competition. Yet with the internet constantly expanding, it&#…
Mitchell Wright
Article marketing used to be a very popular SEO technique about 6 years ago. The main idea behind the concept would be that you could write an article on a topic related to your niche and submit it to as many online article directori…
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The slower a website’s load time will be, the higher is the chance of abandonment. Most customers wait up to three seconds for a page to load. Forty-seven percent of customers expect a given Ecommerce website to load in les…
Tim Brown
Tim Brown
Did you know that online purchases account for only 8.3% of all retail sales in the US? This data is good news for brick and mortar businesses because it means that customers are still making their purchases in person. What has cha…
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Links have long been the foundation of SEO, ever since the very beginning of Google. Links connect the web; every site is an anchor point, every link is a line drawn between two of them. It makes sense that more links to a site would i…
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When we talk about social bookmarking sites, we think of the big names, like Digg, Reddit, and Delicious. The thing is, there way, way more than just these big names. Most of them aren’t as large, of course. They don’…
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404 pages are considered by most to be an extremely bad sign. Although they are commonly called errors, they are technically the page that shows up when a website is not able to perform a request. The most common action that result…
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SEOblog Editorial Team
We all know by now that the speed at which your site loads is a search ranking factors. It matters in two ways. First, it matters because Google says it does. A few years ago, Google announced that they were going to start considerin…
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If you’re familiar at all with Google’s ad system, you’ve almost definitely made use of the keyword planner. It’s one of a handful of tools Google provides to help you identify various pathways to adv…