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Google+ pages certainly helps if its a new domain, also get on Bing places if your not on there already, tweet and post a bit and im sure within a few weeks you should start appearing for the full search term. Maybe rename your about page called nsnj.com/new-start-new-jersey and put in a rewrite from the existing URL to the new-start-new-jersey page. Maybe ...
I am a content blogger and I have asked similar questions to seo pros on Fiverr and the summation of what everyone has said is simply this, Is the link a necessity, profitable or relative to your long tail keywords. How does it affect your bounce rate. Will it take readers off your site? Does it support your thesis or show an example? is it repeated in ...
Simple answer. Both! Let me explain. Semantics is a rather complex topic to get into, however, link text on a page is still viewed as content and therefore contains semantic value in determining what content is about. It simply melds into the content. The link text is also viewed as content that describes the target page. It is weighted heavily in semantic ...
There is so many parameters Google uses to rank websites that it's impossible to tell you at the moment what to do next. Things like website speed (time taken to load the pages), server location, whether your site is served using HTTP or HTTPS, all aparently make a difference. The rankings change regularly too, as Google says it looks for "fresh" content. ...
Keyword research is an SEO essential. You're looking for the best keywords-combination to raise in PageRank. Do some research on what are the best keywords with following tools, then decide: Google Keyword planner Google trends Bing Intelligence And here's a nice article you'll want to read. Good luck.
Use skills in english to prioritize. Make your titles focal to what it is, how it's used, and other informatives. Things like "Keywords fit Subkeyword in Trikeyword" or "Keywords are used for Keywording and Subkeywording". Getting the singular form is easy too, just use an "A" like in a meta: "A keyword will make your subkeyword better. Available in red, ...
You can add your keyword in the long-tail. It creates good impression as well as looks natural.
No you can add same keyword for different pages. As gogle did not like it. Google will treat as a spam.
There are few steps through which you can increase the rate Google crawl: Update your website content on a regular basis Create a sitemap Do not use duplicate content Reduce your site loading time Prohibit access to unwanted page to Google via robots.txt Optimize and monitor Google crawl rate via Google webmaster tools Use pinging service Submit your site ...
You are in a position to take a risk or not. As your webpage is already in 1st page so you can add new keywords to your webpage and it will surely help you to lift your page up.
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