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The simple answer is "not really." The real answer is, "it depends." Search engines don't care what your site looks like. If you use a light font on a light background that makes the text hard to read, they don't care. If the site is as ugly as a kid's first website from 1995, they don't care. A visually hideous site can rank highly for a ...


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I have free tools available on my website that have minimal words on the pages as they are pretty self explanatory. However, the tools relate to the overall website. About 50% of the web hits to the free tools come directly from search engines, and the rest from internal links. So, i don't think you need a lot of words to explain your page. FYI, Google ...


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Yes, it’s a common way to do it. Here’s an excerpt from Apple’s homepage tags (US, IT): <link rel="alternate" href="https://www.apple.com/" hreflang="en-US" /> <link rel="alternate" href="https://www.apple.com/it/" hreflang="it-IT" /> Hreflang is a suggestion, not a directive, so Google ...


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