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Search engines most probably treat any h1 element as 1st level heading, with no regard to HTML ideas about section elements and friends. This generally means that the rest of the content is regarded as less relevant relatively (or, if you prefer a different wording, that the content of any h1 element is regarded as relatively more important than the rest of ...


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Be careful. Most SEO advice stems off of old advice that was just plain wrong when it was written. It seems that much of the SEO world cannot grasp that SEO has become much closer to what it should have been all along. As well, this is a follow the leader industry even as the lemming leap off the cliff. I will give you a quick SEO rundown. For each page, ...


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Over use of a keyword can certainly look spammy. Here is a relevant thread from Webmaster World: A close look at what over optimization really is: Keyword/phrase over usage. Known by seo experts as keyword stuffing. This is also the most commong form of over optimization and also the easiest to recover from. When you are trying to rank for a specific ...


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The ideal keywords for what you're asking is Keyword Stuffing. It's basically defined as: Keyword stuffing is considered to be an unethical search engine optimization (SEO) technique, which leads to banning a website from major search engines either temporarily or permanently. Keyword stuffing occurs when a web page is loaded with keywords in the ...


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I only see one H1 tag in your pages as well. I'm not sure why Bing is telling you that there are multiple. Even if there were multiple H1 tags, its not a problem that I would take the time to fix. There should be only one <title> tag in a page, but multiple <h1> tags can make sense as headings to equal major sections within the page. Google ...



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