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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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If your question is, "does having sharing buttons on your site result in more shares compared with having no sharing buttons", then I think the answer's likely to be a resounding "yes!", purely from e …
answered Jun 16 '11 by Nick
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'Other' means traffic sent from: Email clients, via email campaigns or people sharing links to your site by email. Tagged links for any marketing campaigns you run.
answered Jun 28 '11 by Nick
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The short version for generating 'useful' backlinks Start a blog. Fill it with remarkable things. If you don't currently have remarkable things to fill it with, do or make something related worth ta …
answered Aug 16 '11 by Nick
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Just use Page title - site title instead of the other way around (like this site and millions of others do). It makes listings in search results for the page title keywords much more meaningful, and s …
answered Aug 17 '11 by Nick
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Downtime does not affect your rankings. Pagerank is based only on incoming links. However, excessive downtime may get your site temporarily removed from Google altogether until it comes back up again. …
answered Jun 10 '11 by Nick
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WordPress.org (self-hosted) blogs may offer better results purely because they are more customisable than wordpress.com blogs. Plugins such as Platinum SEO allow blog owners to optimise meta tags …
answered May 17 '11 by Nick
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There's no instant-fix solution, but you could: Build up backlinks to the services you want Google to feature by blogging, guest-blogging, and filling in profile information containing those links f …
answered Jun 14 '11 by Nick
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Linked text should tell a visitor what they will find on that page W3C offers this advice about how to use link text in their Web Content Accessibility Guidelines: Good link text should not be ov …
answered Oct 27 '11 by Nick
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Using keywords in your domain name will improve your chances of being well ranked for those keywords, but you need to provide useful content (that also contains those keywords) in order to rank well. …
answered Jul 15 '11 by Nick
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If SEO is your first priority, don't use Flex/Flash. It's now possible to create immersive experiences with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and the resulting website will likely be more accessible to …
answered Jun 22 '11 by Nick
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You may wish to do your own keyword research to discover which of the three variants you've listed result in the most search requests, and how much competition there is for those keywords among existi …
answered Jul 15 '11 by Nick
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You might consider: The Alltop blog directory. (Requires you keep a blog updated, and that your content is useful.) The ever-growing list of CSS directories and site design showcases. The Krop creat …
answered Jul 13 '11 by Nick
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Open Site Explorer, a 'search engine for links', is useful for discovering backlinks. It lists total backlinks, linking root domains, top pages and much more, and attempts to score page and domain aut …
answered Aug 26 '11 by Nick
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Use microdata to mark up useful data It makes sense to use schema.org markup if you are representing any of the supported data types, and when that data is likely to be useful. Be aware that microda …
answered Nov 10 '11 by Nick
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Yes, this will work. When you use a custom domain with tumblr, tumblr issues a 301 redirect1 (moved permanently) for all pages and subpages to redirect your tumblr subdomain at example.tumblr.com/pat …
answered Sep 22 '13 by Nick

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