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Blogger will allow you to use blog.example.com - and I have done this successfully. It does not allow example.com/blog If you use Blogger, then your content is hosted on blogger's servers. You should take regular backups (using Google Takeout) in case anything goes wrong - but overall your security risks seem to be less on Blogger than on Wordpress ...


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You are better off keeping the blog on your own domain for a vast amount of reasons but there is also no harm in using an external blog if it makes it easier for your business to manage and maintain. It is unlikely that your blog will rank above your website for the same terms (one would not expect your blog and website to be ranking for the same terms). ...


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You could write a command in .htaccess file like this: Redirect 302 /folder/oldpage.html http://www.example.org/newpage.html By this whenever someone accesses http://www.example.com/folder/oldpage.html, their web browser will take them to http://www.example.org/newpage.html instead. For 301: Redirect 301 /folder/oldpage.html ...


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If you write answers to questions your customers are searching for then yes. Just remember to add a direct link (with a price and picture) to your article so you actually get conversions, not just seo. If you write about random stuff that is just filled with random keywords then no. Have a look at what Matt Cutts (who responsible for the search department ...


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Should you regularly post articles in your subject area that users would find helpful? Yes, absolutely. Does it have to be a blog? Not necessarily, but a blog can be a good choice for doing so: Blogs are generally ordered by published date (newest first) which encourages you to keep them updated. Because blog posts fall off the front page eventually, it ...


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I would say a blog help you mainly to earn new clients because you can get some traffic from search engines for the long tail (more keywords than your actual ones). A blog helps you to make a good and large reputation for your business in a field you know well. With a good blog, you can create or participate to a community about your field of expertise. ...


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A blog can be beneficial to SEO, IF it contains quality content. Lets face it: Getting backlinks to a "boring" corporate website can be extremely difficult. I mean, who is going to link to your "About Me" section? Who is going to link to your website on the basis that they thought that your "Services" page was well written? A blog can provide you with the ...


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Blogs, in-and-of themselves, have no SEO benefits inherit to them. Just having a blog on your site does not offer any SEO benefit and the blog format offers no inherit value either. This myth started when WordPress sites were becoming popular and were ranking well. But this was due to the code being well optimized and the content being good. It had was not ...


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Directly? No. Indirectly? Maybe. The more traffic that you have, the more likely it is that people will share your content. For example, if an article on your website goes "viral", then there's the possibility that links to said article will be: Shared on some of the various social networks (leading to even more traffic). Shared by bloggers. Posted on ...


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The traffic doesn't have effect on SERPs ranking. Otherwise, there would be so many SEO professional who would pay many people to click on their sites. Actually, as you most probably know, the contrary is true: more your site ranks well on SERPs, more visitors you have.



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