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This is an easy one. Keyword density is a myth- sorta. At least it is now. What is important to note is how the terms are used and not how many times the terms are used. SEOs like to intentionally confuse the issue to keep you dependent upon them and paying for tools and advice. P.T. Barnum used to say that there is a sucker born every minute. In SEO, the ...


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But what if he's searching for "cake"? Will a site offering "free cake" rank lower because it will be considered spam-like? Google's objective is to serve the most relevant content as fast as possible to user queries. So if user are querying for 'free cake', Google will serve 'free cake' content of high quality and skip 'free cake' content of low ...


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If your site is useful, relevant, and does not participate in spammy practices, there should be no adverse effects for using the word "free". I have worked on legitimate erectile dysfunction (big pharma) sites, which is normally a spam-heavy subject, and they rank just fine. Now, if you are buying links, link to "bad neighborhoods", and cloak keywords - yes, ...


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would /super-cool-outreach-research-education-division/carnival-party-robots/basket-weaving-development be more SEO friendly than /scored/crp/bw. Each acronym falls into three different kinds. Google searches for keywords in URLs, so if your acronyms are not commonly used or could be interpreted in different ways, it would hamper Google's algorithms ...


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I don't speak Albanian, but I ran a little test on google.al. When I type keng in the search box, it offered me kenge and keng popullore in the drop box. keng popullore returns many music videos and some include the këngë spelling in their title. This confirms what I thought. Google can deal with incorrect spellings in your language. If I were you, I would ...


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Let me see if I understand what you are trying to achieve: Person enters content which can be anywhere from a clear and concise question to a vague concept with additional content supporting the primary question. Community attempts to answer by providing content including a clear answer, supporting evidence or explanations, and links or assets to support ...


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Depending on what your site is about, you might want to consider building a glossary section for at least your most common keywords. You could then link to and from this content silo. This way, you'll garner traffic from both and it wouldn't be spammy because you're educating or clarifying terminology. For example: Official Term Common Term Definition ...


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You should always use the correct spelling and punctuation for the target language. From there define the correct language hinting in the meta tags on your page. Also if you are concerned about common misspellings you can also reference those in the meta tags in the header. Modern search engines such as Google interpret misspellings and based on context ...


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When I want to figure out the keywords that users are actually searching for, I use the Google AdWords keyword planner. It used to be publicly available, but now you have to have an AdWords account to access it. I start by coming up with a list of things that I think that users would be likely to search for to get to the page. Plug that into the tool ...


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homepage content isnt as important as people make it. It's more about backlinks and inbound links to your site. If homepage content was important then every company would be adding tons of content to their homepage. But if you look at well designed websites there is not a ton of content on homepage but they still rank well.


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Yes, As Olivier said, it is not possible. Workaround method would be, "Put up a intermittent redirect page (blank with GA Code embedded and appropriate delay which allows GA pixel to fire) where you can capture the information you require".


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There are a few things you need to keep in mind here: URL Length - you should take a look at your inventory of acronyms to determine the average and longest lengths for these URLs. If they are normally on the shorter end then you're good to spell out but if they are more often than not longer then you should consider a different approach. Directory ...


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When taking a look at a few backlink tools I noticed there aren't too many with anchor text which mention the full name "New Start New Jersey". Start by getting a Google Business profile up to show up in Google Maps and Google+, a Yelp profile, and anywhere else you can create structured data which points back to your site and references the full name.


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I would keep the keywords in the first link or in the heading of the section and then omit any repeated words in subsequent links. For example: Party venue photo gallery 1 gallery 2 gallery 3 gallery 4 gallery 5 OR Party venue gallery 1 gallery 2 gallery 3 gallery 4 gallery 5 Neither users nor Google like many links on a page that repeat many ...


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The example: I need to rank for free x123456 templates and free y123456 themes, but I don't want to use two different long-tails, so can I use it like this free x123456 y123456 templates themes, having the same effect? Yes as long as it makes sense and that the resulting keyword set occupies 2% to 5% of the total text count. Anything more than 5% and it ...



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