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Not generally, no. Breadcrumbs are helpful for SERPs but not necessarily recognized as content. Things have changed. In the early days of breadcrumbs, the text was indexed as content, however, I do not think that is the case anymore now that Google has gotten smarter about mark-up. Either way, it is just one simple word that could be made up for easily. ...


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You can use log-in or login for to better seo friendly url. if you have keyword like digital marketing forum and if you want to place it on url means you can use: digital-marketing-forum and this is the perfect seo friendly url for any domain.


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It doesn't matter which you use for search engines because users are not likely to be searching for them. The keywords that matter most on your website are the ones about your subject matter. The words that are used on most sites aren't going to bring in additional traffic. Even if users did search for how to log in to your site, Google would likely be ...


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Part of the answer you are seeking is in: Is splitting keywords with HTML tags bad for ranking? (ignore the title) where I discuss/describe how Google handles keyword phrases. It will explain how Google sees the search world of terms, phrases, and so forth. It is short and well worth a read. In short, you do not have to handle permutations as in your ...


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I would take Google Webmaster Tools impression data and use that to generate a list of related keywords. There are several services that you can you for keyword analysis and generation. I like using Market Samurai, it's easy enough for a beginner and powerful enough to keep using it as you get more advanced. It will run through a variety of keyword metrics ...


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It's always preferable to select long tail keywords for getting targeted traffic like "Western outfits and accessories". Long tail keywords are always better for getting a limited sized crowd that would be a targeted audience .


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Search engines will consider the phrase within the heading. Spans are not used to break up phrases. According to the HTML spec, spans mean nothing on their own.


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Stick with me. This all makes sense I promise. Google when it indexes your content pages, does not just look at words, but proximity of words, phrases, language, style usage, and so forth. They do this for each page and each site and over time, certain patterns begin to emerge. You may, without realizing it, use a phrase that is heavily Germanic that is ...


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In my opinion, a company name with a & is a trouble for domain names. As you said, you need to find alternatives because you can't register a domain name with a & in the URL. The main disadvantage I see is you need to register many domain names to cover all alternatives of the & in relation to the language of the users. And in your case, you ...


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Simply Yes. Title play immensely an important role in SEO. Having your important keywords optimized in Titles gives better ranking. It is also important to limit your title word count under 60 characters. Using heading is beneficial.


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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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