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301 Redirect Old Pages to New Pages: Setting up a 301 Redirect will not only send the user to the correct page, but will also tell search engines that the page has been permanently been moved and it will transfer the link credit to the new page. Ideally, this should be done at page level: Each page of the old site should be redirected to the new site's ...


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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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You need to get a 301 redirect command added to the "wordpress.com" web server. The basic free service doesn't provide this capability. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/is-there-a-301-redirects-manager?replies=2#post-2356582 None of the non-Enterprise subscriptions support adding your own plugin https://en.support.wordpress.com/plugins/ There are 2 ...


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No there is no SEO name for such a distance.


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You generally cannot outrank established websites for these terms due to amount of historical backlinks and other ranking factors aside from just on-page content. You can, however, try and outrank for long-tail queries first then build authority on the topic. This is more of a long-term play and is a great strategy for taking some traffic from the big guys. ...


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It depends. First: what are the websites you want to outrank? Second: how many backlinks your webpage receives from good sources? If the websites you want to outrank are very well known like CNN, ESPN, Yahoo etc. or even the most famous blogs in the category, there's no way you can do it now, and if you don't do inbound marketing for the future. In case ...


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I agree with the previous comment. Technically for locale-specific sites like .co.uk Google would prefer youre hosted locally as it uses this as an additional ranking factor BUT compared to site speed and all the other ranking factors this one is small enough in significance to where you don't need to lose sleep over. In this ...


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It's better for you to build up a new website. If your products is not too much, your website will not cost much. As other suggested..I also suggest you use WordPress to build your Ecommerce-website. Wordpress is one of simple CMS. So, it will help you to manage content easily. It's also really cheap to build up a WP site. You may use many free templates. ...


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For SEO if you are going to use wordpress then you can use Yoast SEO plugin as suggested by @Manoj. Next thing is search engine always love fresh content whenever it crawl your site if finds for popular keywords and fresh content so I would suggest you to keep fresh content for your site. Blog is really good way for SEO so setup it and it will help you a ...


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Your situation is perfect for introducing WordPress. With WordPress you can dynamically update the content of the website in a span of few seconds. The installation doesn't take more than 10 minutes. Since it is a product based website, I would recommend using WordPress along with WooCommerce which is a free plugin within the system. There is not much ...



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