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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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a few months ago we set up canonical URLs for many page types such as http://www.wowhead.com/item=50362/deathbringers-will. This worked very well and google picked them all up. A few days ago I imple …
asked Nov 18 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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Have original content. Create a sitemap. Make sure your pages are actually crawlable. Google can't crawl (well) JS content! Try opening your website with a command line unix browser. Use semantic HTM …
answered Jul 8 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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No it is not because it takes time to do, and most search engines ignore them. The one search engine you really have to care about is google; optimizing for others is really not worth your time as the …
answered Jul 9 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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Sitelinks are usually taken from the home page. Make sure Google is able to see those links; if your website used heavy JavaScript to construct the DOM it's possible that Google simply doesn't see any …
answered Jul 9 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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I think hyphens are easier to read, and it's what is in use the most (so your users will expect the URL to contain hyphens).
answered Jul 9 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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See for example this google query for wikipedia; the first result has both sitelinks and a search box to search within the website. My site only has sitelinks. Is there anything I can do to make the …
asked Jul 8 '10 by Thomas Bonini
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The goal is to make embedded youtube videos appear in video search results as part of my website. I searched very extensively how to do this; I found through google some articles that claim that it's …
asked Jul 8 '10 by Thomas Bonini