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Just me.

Web Programmer, sketch artist as a hobby and making music (producer).


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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
I agree from my knowledge and experience, use one < H1 >, maybe few < h2 >, then more < H3 > and so on.....makes sense
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
thanks for closing my topic as offtopic. really appreciate it.
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
nice....SEO improvement is closed as off-topic....it seems some people have deep rooted ideeas that they can't get rid of...
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
thanks for the good advice bro. good time in your gym
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
thanks, this is the first really proffesional advice on this topic here :) and because it's based on other contributors here, i'll give them credits as well. stackoverflow will always be a proffesional free resource.
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
yes, it's a copy, i posted there cause the site was designed for it, but since noone cared to answer, i moved it here, where I knew there were a lot of people actually answering and knowing what they were saying
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
what I'm saying is people say they're not relevant because they don't like adding manually months of STRONG and EM, it's just easier to say they don't work :) but then, why are they there ? what do they mean in a website infrastructure ? semantic importance of "keywords" that's what they do, if you ask me
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
i'm just not ready to give on this....a 400 well documented SEO Bible book says they matter, and now people say they don't matter....it seems exactly in my case when I was using old style mysql_ functions and I needed to change to PDO style but since my portal was huge, I said well...it's same thing with little bit of improving...but in the end I did it....I know it might seem a lot of work to redesign all your website to include <STRONG> and <EM> tags for your keywords, but it might be rewarding for SEO
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
some or maybe...most of SEO testing tools, penalise you if you don't have BOLD or ITALIC (STRONG / EM) keywords on the page you're testing. anyone wonder why ? for example, my score is lower if I don't use STRONG and EM, on most of the SEO testing tools for pages
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
i expected more documented answers, from people who thrive on knowing SEO, since this is a SEO matter
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
...these STRONG and EM tags....which are specifically semantic designed...
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
well, noone literally can know what Google code is. that I could have thought just by asking myself :) but SEO Bible (400 pages doc) says that bold and italic with STRONG and EM tags work well on accentuating certain words on your websites, and I think Google algorithm is taking these into account as they are less important than H1 but stronger than plain text. And a text well written with few links, few bolded keywords and few em (italicised) words would be just great HTML coding, that Google certainly takes into account. otherwise how would you put emphasis on the words you want unless using
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comment STRONG and EM tags inside H1 and H2 and SEO on database-driven website
it's a question allright, addresed to more of you experienced users regarding employment of STRONG and EM tags related to H1,h2..header tags
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