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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
@AdrianTanase b1's "rule" is "one h2 per page", yet you say a "few", so in what sense do you agree? Could just as well say "use some headings".
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
@b1 Hmm, I'm not sure your own observations should be described as "rules".
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
What evidence do you have for these "rules"?
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answered Is there a good way to include plain text versions of embedded documents for search engines to find?
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comment What's the best HTTP code for dynamically deleted pages?
@w3d "You are only losing link juice to the deleted page, which doesn't exist, so there's no page to pass link juice to anyway" So he is losing PR ("juice", if we must), assuming there were links pointed at the ex-page. If he wants to preserve that, and it makes sense from a user point of view, he could 301 to some appropriate alternative and keep his uhm... "juice".
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comment SEO indexing with dynamic titles, keywords and descriptions
Problem then is that you're showing different content to users than to search engines. That's a breach of Google guidelines, also the site will be ranked and returned for searches based on this "generic" content, which doesn't seem useful.
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
<span>Five</span> and <em>Five</em> are not equivalent, though they might look it to a human visitor if the <span> is suitably styled via CSS. Similarly, your statement "The best tags are those which makes sense to use for your visitors". I'd argue that the best tag is in fact the one which is correct for the job, based on an understanding of the behaviour of relevant technologies (browsers, search engines, etc.).
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comment Connection speed for a website from UK to Australia
Is using a CDN a possibility for you?
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