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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.

Install Lynx text-only browser or elinks. Many of us do that to see the outline without all the decorations. If you are running Windows, you will have to check to see if either can be installed on tha …
answered May 27 '13 by Rob
alt is a required attribute in HTML for the <img> tag. The text inside is used in place of an image should the image be missing or the browser, such as a screen reader, cannot view the image. It's hel …
answered Feb 26 '18 by Rob
As Matt Cutts from Google often says, if you are paying for SEO, you're paying too much. (Or words to that effect.) It's possible they are doing SEO work based on the old site or doing work based on the new site using whatever you may have given them in anticipation of when the site goes live. …
answered Jan 4 '16 by Rob
. There is no issue including an image inside a H1 but many could rightly claim you should include it as part of CSS. SEO doesn't care. They look at the value and placement of the text alone, unfortunately …
answered Feb 27 by Rob
Google has stated, through Matt Cutts, that it doesn't matter to them. They also say what I would say, that is a separate site from bar.tld and bar.tld/foo is a sub of bar.tld. So, if you …
answered Oct 4 '16 by Rob
At the moment, neither has an advantage over the other because search engines and browsers do not use the document outline provided by HTML5 for its stated purpose. Google will see your <h1> heading a …
answered Jan 31 '17 by Rob
No. There is no way for search engines to read the content of a video. As far as SEO goes, search engines will see this: <video></video> or similar. SEO will not be helped by using a video splash screen. …
answered Nov 6 '14 by Rob
One site. Become one stop. Having two sites may make them look and behave differently. Some visitors may even learn to dislike one over the other. Some may think they are two different companies. B …
answered Sep 4 '14 by Rob
The last name in a URI should be the subject of the URL. URIs are mainly for machine use, not humans, but humans deal with URIs and you should make them as logical as possible. So, the end subject i …
answered Jun 12 '18 by Rob
A sub-domain is a totally different site. Search engines treat them as such. If the products or services are different from each other, then sub-domains might be the way to go. If they are directly re …
answered May 12 '16 by Rob
There is a book called, "In and Out of Africa". If Amazon used URIs the way you are questioning, the URI would be `". How would that be helpful in searching for this one book …
answered Sep 17 '17 by Rob
Only in the sense that your page will download faster and Google gives you points for that because a faster page load is a better user experience. Otherwise, minimizing your page has no other impact.
answered Jan 1 '16 by Rob
Google has far too many PhDs on their payroll to think that you have one over on them and they haven't thought of this already. They can read your javascript, too. Any attempt to cloak in any way will …
answered Apr 8 '15 by Rob
A search engine will examine the HTML you provide at the start. Anything after that will be ignored. However, Google has said they now do some rudimentary examination of script. Whether they consider …
answered Mar 1 '14 by Rob
Whenever anyone uses "SEO people" to determine content, then it is my opinion (which I consider fact) that the content is not worth distributing because it is publicity based and not based on purpose … giving information about the product. Anything else borders on scam and trickery which most, if not all, SEO based articles are. …
answered Sep 20 '17 by Rob

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