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If you sign up an verify the site with Google Webmaster Tools you can submit a sitemap. It's a simple XML format and pretty easy to generate each time your site is updated, this allows you to quickly submit large numbers of URLs to Google for indexing (though bear in mind that adding a URL to a sitemap does not mean Google will index it, rank it or speed up ...


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Depending on the competition and your keywords, AdWords campaigns are usually expensive; there's just no way around it. That being said, I had a campaign that started small and quickly grew to 10-times my monthly budget. I was okay with that because my campaigns were net-profitable. That is, I was making more money than I was spending. Inspiration aside, ...


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If you build your links organically you’re still going to run into the same problem of which keywords to target. The way I would approach it is to think about the people who are going to use your service, and how they already go about doing similar tasks online, more importantly how they get to those sites, then piggy back off the searches for those... It ...


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Short answer: Use only one domain with sub folders. Refrain from sub domains (as they are considered separate sites). Longer answer: Why not use separate domains? Well, each domain will have to be generating it's own rank, it's own structure of content. They would also all be associated with the company name. So a search for the company name, would (in ...


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I would like to start by recommending you to avoid 301 redirects chains as much as possible. Redirecting the old domain to the new http domain and then to the https is unnecessary, as far as redirecting the old domain goal concerns. You can definitely do that with your new http to https domain to establish the canonical site. As long as you do a proper URL ...


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I was also facing same problem after Google AdWords Express launch. Someone give me this link to visit keyword planner: https://adwords.google.com/aw/keywordplanner/home


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You can use a tool like SEMrush to get data like this. But I'm not familiar enough with the tool to tell you how accurate the data is. Google doesn't allow robots to crawl its search engine to determine its rankings. As a result, the most accurate method that I know of to find out the top 100 sites for a result is to simply scroll to each page in Google's ...


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If its just localising the same content I'd lean towards keeping the same domain. Partly becuase it helps a lot with keeping analytics much more simple, and it will reduce Backlink dilution too. To separate the pages, look into using hreflang. If its a super low competition niche though and you have limited resources, separate sites is not too bad and ...


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I am completely agree with your first assumption, by limiting budget you are looking potential clicks from AdWords campaign. If you are having limited budget, I suggest running your ads at full budget for at least one week. Then, analyze the traffic, click, time of click and best converting keywords. Filter out best converting data from above analysis and ...


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If Google is your only concern then simply use Google Analytics. One click on a new URL/page and Google will add the page to the crawl list. This is the fastest way to let Google know about new content. My pages are crawled quickly (within hours) and besides the internal links it is about the only method I use. There is basically no other way Google knows ...


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I love when customers know better then the people they hired to do the job. Anyway, the ways you have cited are the nornal ways to get indexed. As a registrar Google may potentially find sites through registrations but that's about it. Additionally, there is no direct way to make Google crawl or index your content faster. You can control the speed relative ...


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