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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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It looks like you may have messed this one up pretty good. By getting your example2.com indexed, Google chose to rank that domain over your example1.com. This was because of duplicate content. You sho …
answered Mar 1 '18 by Michael d
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If you have any content at all that is worth being indexed by search engines, I would allow for your site to be crawled and accessible while it's under development. I think it's better to get your con …
answered Mar 21 '18 by Michael d
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There seems to be evidence that suggests that comments on a video can actually help it rank for certain keywords. Google is now using language processing to understand what people are discussing. Co …
answered May 13 '18 by Michael d
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The top link should be ordered based on relevancy to the search. Older results may rank over the site links beneath the description. The bottom links under the description then appear to be ordered c …
answered Apr 15 '18 by Michael d
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www2 is treated like a subdomain as you said. Google will identify www2.example.com and word.example.com as the same thing, subdomains of the parent domain. It's fine if your client wants to use sub …
answered Mar 2 '18 by Michael d
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Google determines how a visitor would view your page that comes from its search engine. If your homepage has an amazing article about "cupcakes" and a user searches Google for "cupcakes", Google will …
answered Feb 15 '18 by Michael d
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If you're going to use the "?" parameter on your site, you should probably notify Google as to how to react to these parameters. You can tell Google how to treat your parameters at https://www.google. …
answered Feb 21 '18 by Michael d
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You can tell Google which pages are pagination here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/crawl-url-parameters?hl=en&siteUrl= Enter in the parameter of your pagination pages and you can select th …
answered Mar 12 '18 by Michael d
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Site speed is an enormous ranking factor. If it takes 6 seconds for a user to load your page, there is a good chance that you won't see much organic search traffic, and it is very likely that your use …
answered Mar 27 '18 by Michael d
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I think that overall, content is king. And if you can add great content to your website than this is a plus. If the guest post is off topic or poorer content than the rest of your site then this could …
answered Mar 27 '18 by Michael d
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I think it's probably fine to render your page this way, but I want to stress the word probably. Google will see how the page loads by rendering it. And so if the removed html code causes the same ef …
answered Apr 2 '18 by Michael d
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When you have multiple pages of the same content, you're supposed to use the canonical tag. On the page site.url/all/item-slug, you should have <link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/categor …
answered Mar 31 '18 by Michael d
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do with your on page SEO, backlink profile and competitiveness of the keyword. If you have inbound links coming to your product page from trusted websites in your niche, that will be a strong ranking signal for Google. …
answered Apr 9 '18 by Michael d
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I would run an A/B test with fetch and render and mobile friendly test. Try out the javascript and iframe versions in both. You can use fetch and render in Search Console as well as Google's mobile f …
answered Apr 11 '18 by Michael d
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First, you need to make sure that you have registered each version of your website (www vs. non-www) with Google Webmaster Central. From there, this is where you can disavow all of the links from the …
answered Apr 1 '18 by Michael d

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