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Q. What is "content"? A. Everything between the <body> tags. Not just the bit you call "content" at the bottom of the page. The text "Thank you for contacting us..." is one of the first bits of textual content in the page source, and you don't have a meta description, so it can't be too much of a surprise that this text is appearing as the description ...


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Keywords like Tomoto, Cheese etc will not effect the site ranking negatively for keywords as you desired. As these keywords are related to Pizza, these will help you to rank better. For your site http://hazelbrookpizza.com.au I would recommend the following Get some images : Site has only text content and for a food related site images are must Allow ...


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Throw keyword density out of your mind. That is soooooo 2008. Single page sites can be a bit of a problem. This is because if not done right, all of your content looks like a single ever changing page to the search engines which really fouls-up SEO rightly. (Sorry, I should mute SkyNews- it is bringing out the Scots in me. That's bloody well better!) What ...


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Yes this is how it works. Duplicate page titles will have less effect. Also, various tools claim that you may encounter limits if if a page title is the same as the <h1> title. Its good to diversify those if you can. In page title, there are about 60 chars that SERPS will display so prioritize the best or most useful keywords first. Google may still ...


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Oh heck yeah! Create a specific titles per page. Search engines use titles for a few things: To know the topic of the page. To gauge important topic keywords for the page. To create a search engine result page (SERP) link. How SEO works in it's simplest form is that each page would have a title tag that uniquely describes the topic of that page. The ...


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Changes in GA settings (e.g. search term exclusion) does not affect a historical data. Searches for brand terms does not appear since the exclusion (try to change viewed time period)


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If Google isn't indexing words contained within scripts, then the words need to be added to the HTML where Googlebot does pick up on them. So that all the data isn't duplicated, it can be removed from the script. The JavaScript can pull the text out of the HTML document and use it. The text in the page can be hidden via CSS. This should not be ...


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No, this wouldn't be recommended or beneficial in terms of SEO. Search engines need it quite clear that one page is the single most important page for ranking for terms X, Y and Z. If you start duplicating category names in the page titles for product pages, this essentially dilutes the relevancy for those category terms on the category pages. I.e - the ...


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Update: This question was originally about links and not titles- the answer is the same. Only if "life style", "buy and sell", "Moms to moms", and "jobs" are important keywords for the pages you are linking to. Yes. I said the pages you are link to! Not the site. It can dilute the potential of each page. For example, if a page is about meat-loaf (bare with ...


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Here are a few options: 1) Update your Meta Tags to include the graph info. 2) Write some content that explains the graph in detail. 3) Use something like Swiftype for your internal search. You can make custom queries or adjust weight of things like title, excerpt, tags and much more. Honestly, I would just do all 3 or at least the first two.


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It is just a matter of time until the content keywords are updated. Googlebot builds this list as it crawls your website, whether or not you actually have a Webmaster Tools account. When you sign up for Google Webmaster Tools, this information will be waiting for you. Googlebot tracks this information because it is similar to how Google indexes your ...


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If you are providing information in <h1>, <h2> and <h3> to specify what your content is all about, then you are not practicing keyword stuffing. Search engines appreciate this information and it helps them index your content properly. If you are intentionally adding keywords in your content, knowing that there are already enough to ...



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