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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of web content in search engines using an understanding of search engines' processes and algorithms. Also known as "natural" or "organic" search, it is distinct from paid web advertising.

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. Then, create an entry in the RSS feed with its URL. Keep the last most recent 50 entries in it (for example). It is the fastest way to tell Google there is new stuff available on your website and it is totally SEO safe. Don't forget to add the URL in your sitemap too for other search engines. …
answered Sep 12 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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If you are using Javascript, this will be no issue for Google. However Bing says: "don't bury links to content inside JavaScript", so it will an SEO issue. It is likely to be an SEO issue with other … search engines too, since as far as I know, they don't execute Javascript. Besides, if the cover image covers the hidden text, then why make it hidden in the first place if it is not sent down the wire asynchronously? That would solve the SEO issue for search engines not executing Javascript. …
answered Aug 16 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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So far, nothing's really gotten done. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. If you have not done so, set canonical links containing your domain name in the URLs. It will help Google establis …
answered May 15 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Don't worry about this, search engines know how to make a difference between 'IT' and 'it'. They can work out the meaning of the word according to the context. Just use the word in a natural way in natural sentences. This is the optimal SEO usage. …
answered Aug 22 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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not optimal regarding SEO, especially if you want to attract as much traffic as possible. Google does a good job at serving the best stuff at to the best people over time. One needs to be patient …
answered Aug 19 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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From a pure SEO perspective, start both businesses on the same website, because it takes content and size to rank. By starting together, they will support each other in attracting traffic which might … complain because these are not separated websites. If necessary, you can always spin one activity on another domain name later and use proper redirects to pass the link juice between each site and keep the accumulated SEO benefits so far. …
answered May 22 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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No, you should be ok. It won't have a specific impact on your SEO. …
answered May 24 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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No don't use a 302, because it means temporary redirection. Set a canonical link in page 1 to index.html. That is the right way. REM: both pages exist, but Google (and other search engines) will only …
answered Aug 18 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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On the long term, no, but on the short term there might be some fluctuation. There are two possibilities to mitigate this issue: - In Google Webmaster Tools, in Crawl > URL Parameters, you can tell G …
answered Aug 20 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Yes, Google will detect these redirects over time for sure. But domain authority is a Moz concept (and it will detect redirects too). They update DA every couple of weeks. Hence, you are going to have …
answered Jul 18 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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Is it smart to redirect 301 old content 2013 --> 2014 and make a new archive page? Or keep it like this? I would keep it like this because users would be unhappy to see their link pointing to someth …
answered Oct 14 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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There is an alternative method which is to use a RSS feed where you would push your new post/articles/Urls when they are ready. You would need to submit your RSS feed to PubSubHubBub. Google would com …
answered May 20 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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No Google will definitely not throw you a strop if you implement your 301 and canonicals properly. What is going to happen is that it may take a bit of time before it finds out about your changes. It …
answered Aug 16 '14 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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to users is not taken into account for rankings. You should put keywords in the image filename instead or in the ALT image attribute (I maintain an image SEO summary). …
answered May 15 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge
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What is not visible to users (ever) is not taken into account by Google for ranking. Hidding SFM_Tooltip is not a solution. One option in your case is to put keywords in your image's filename. Google …
answered May 15 '15 by Jérôme Verstrynge

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