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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.

If you're looking for search engine traffic this would not be a good way to go about for reasons that you already seem to be aware of. If you're looking to have content so users feel like your site is …
answered Sep 9 '11 by John Conde
Just like the fact that search engines don't care if a page is static or dynamic, or what server-side language is used, or what operating system is used, or what web server is used, they don't care if …
answered Jul 16 '14 by John Conde
Your company name doesn't have to be on each page in regular text. An image is fine as long you use the alt attribute to put your company name, as it appears in the logo. That tells search engines, a …
answered Feb 13 '14 by John Conde
To increase PR (e.g. PageRank) you need to get more links to your site. The higher the PR of the page linking to you the more potential PR you may receive. I say potential because the amount of PR "pa …
answered Nov 4 '10 by John Conde
The way you have done it is fine. Search engines don't penalize site for having hidden text. They penalize sites for manipulating their search rankings, A common way to do this is to hide text from us …
answered Feb 27 '14 by John Conde
Yes, they pass PageRank. Content hidden with display:none is not special in any way unless it is used to manipulate the search rankings (which is something else altogether). Those links will be crawl …
answered Jun 22 '15 by John Conde
It's common to do this with JavaScript heavy sites. It's so insignificant in terms of content, and is clearly not malicious. It's really no different then, let's say, using display:none for a fly out …
answered Sep 11 '15 by John Conde
I'm not going to do an SEO review of any websites as I prefer to get paid for that kind of work. And I think SEO reviews are a waste of time anyway. SEO is nothing more then a properly built website … going to want to link to it) These points apply to every website and should be done regardless of SEO. If you don't know what some of those points mean then this is a good time to learn about them so …
answered Aug 26 '10 by John Conde
No. That's just meta content that other user agents (a.k.a. browsers, software) can use to find those results. What Matt Cutts is talking about are pages whose content is just search results from with …
answered Feb 16 '11 by John Conde
I'm kind of surprised that no one said that human friendly URLs are search engine friendly URLs. Human friendly URLs usually are naturally: going to contain keywords related to the content going to …
answered Jan 12 '12 by John Conde
It won't give you any trouble because your site visitors or referrers have absolutely no effect on SEO. If you want to know why they visiting/crawling you (just because they are visiting/crawling …
answered Aug 17 '10 by John Conde
No. Thousands of websites can be on one IP Address it naturally would not make sense to penalize thousands of unrelated websites because one user on that IP or IP block is using black hat SEO, etc …
answered Oct 29 '10 by John Conde
Google just announced New markup for multilingual content. This should make it easier for multi-language sites to deal with translated versions of their website.
answered Dec 5 '11 by John Conde
All that does is hurt you even if it isn't keyword stuffing. Since the meta description isn't used for ranking it's pointless. Google tends to use the meta description as the snippet shown in thei …
answered May 30 '12 by John Conde
Single page websites are bad for SEO. Period. Since search engines rank web pages and not websites you need to make sure each web page is tailored towards a specific topic so it optimized to rank … page. It also isn't useful for users since they have to sift through content they're not interested in to find the content they are looking for. Additonally, internal links are valuable tools for SEO
answered Dec 9 '11 by John Conde

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