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Dec
19
comment Is it good for SEO when I use the same keywords in many pages on a site?
Use descriptive file names too. goat-drinks-milk.jpg with alt text of "Small goat drinking milk" is the best for SEO (a congruent page title, caption and perhaps a description are smart too). If you need other details in the file name so be it: goat-drinks-milk-001-600x600-2013.opt.jpg would be fine as well.
Dec
19
answered Splitting big CSS file into parts for quicker loading
Dec
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comment Splitting big CSS file into parts for quicker loading
I think you are more or less right about CSS but keep in mind that different browsers have different methods of rendering and parsing HTML, CSS, and JS.
Dec
19
answered How to display copyright notice on web page (Only parts of it are owned by me)
Dec
16
comment Structured data and visible content revisited
I think they updated the Good Relations instructions but I think it used to say the part I quoted...oh well, it's pretty clear now. Thanks.
Dec
16
accepted Structured data and visible content revisited
Dec
16
comment Structured data and visible content revisited
Mainly, yes. I work in SEO and marketing and so while I'd consider other potential uses that would definitely be my primary concern.
Dec
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asked Structured data and visible content revisited
Dec
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answered How to use Google Analytics to track a development and production versions of the same site on different servers?
Dec
7
answered What is the best way to let Google know the difference between a Production, Development, and Staging environment?
Dec
2
answered Services using the “generator” meta tag for usage stats
Nov
29
comment Phone number in meta description bad or good for local rankings NAP
I don't trust that Google fully discloses all ranking factors but 'meta' tags, by definition, aren't on-page content and could easily be used deceptively (e.g. meta keywords) and all the info out there seem to focus on CTR (by humans--which is more important) not ranking (by bots). I used to believe it was a ranking factor, and with 500+ algorithm changes a year, who's to say it isn't? The way I'd approach it is by adding meta descriptions with a phone number to half of my pages (but give equal attention to optimizing the other half) and then see what the results are based on analytics :)
Nov
27
answered Slow site because of WordPress Evolve theme
Nov
27
comment Phone number in meta description bad or good for local rankings NAP
Can you point me to a Google resource that says they use it as a ranking factor? Not CTR, not 'useful snippet,' but something where they say it is indeed a ranking factor?
Nov
25
answered Phone number in meta description bad or good for local rankings NAP
Nov
24
comment Google Analytics show zero for “Search Engine Optimizations” graph
Or that your snippet got deleted?
Nov
24
comment Cannot solve errors on W3C validator
Then that is a problem with the other current code. Leave the closing div in an run the validator again to see what it says is invalid this time. I find Firefox's 'view source' feature awesome for this as any weirdness get highlighted in bold red text. Also if you use a text editor or IDE that supports live linting it can help debug as well.
Nov
24
answered Capturing site search parameters from the URL hash in Google Analytics
Nov
24
answered How can I make Google crawl content behind an AJAX load more button
Nov
24
answered Cannot solve errors on W3C validator