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  1. Content is the most important factor in any online venture. Without content, it is practically impossible to attract any type of traffic to your website or blog page. However, there is more to content than just coming up with words, photos, or videos. Before you make any post, you need to create the content in a way that will pique the interest of the targeted audience and keep them coming for more.
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    Make Sure Your Site Navigation Is Search Engine Friendly. Place Scripts Outside of the HTML Document. Use Content That Search Engine Spiders Can Read. Design Your URLs for Search Friendliness. Block Pages You Don't Want Search Engines Index. Don't Neglect Image Alt Attributes. Update Pages with Fresh Content.
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    There are a lot of factors that go into the quality score but here are some things to consider: Use only relevant keywords Make sure your landing page has relevant content Ad text should also include relevant keywords/content Monitor for and remove negative keywords Work on improving your CTR (which should occur if you do the first 4 steps)
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    A Google Analytics Funnel measure or analyze the path which users take from start to the end of the web pages. A funnel is set with a goal to achieve the conversion rates on specific user behaviors.
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    When it comes to Quality Score everyone wants a “good” Quality Score in AdWords depends on what kind of keyword you're looking at. A good Quality Score for branded keywords is between 8 and 10. A good Quality Score for high-intent commercial keywords is 7 to 9. 7 is a good Quality Score for low-intent keywords.
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    What is Pogo-Sticking?
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    Outbound links are links that come from your website leading to another site while inbound back links stem from another website to your site.
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    The <abbr> tag defines an abbreviation or an acronym, like "Mr.", "Dec.", "ASAP", "ATM". Tip: An abbreviation and an acronym are both shortened versions of something else.
  9. Guest blogging is one of the most effective and widely discussed methods of outreach, but social media can help your outreach efforts significantly, as well. Connect with other influencers in your industry via social media, and then build relationships with them through conversations and helping them to promote their content.
  10. Keyword density is that the proportion of times a keyword or phrase seems on an online page compared to the whole range of words on the page. In the context of search engine optimization keyword density is used as an element in crucial whether or not an online page has relevancy to a such keyword or keyword phrase. The formula to calculate your keyword density on a web page for SEO purposes is ( X / Y ) ∗ 100, where X is how many times you repeated a specific keyword and Y is the total words in the analyzed text.
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    Panda particularly targeted sites that contained the following issues: Thin Content: content that does not adequately cover a topic and provide the searchers with the information they would expect. Duplicate Content: a site with many pages with the same or similar content. Low Quality Content: content that is very low quality either because it is spun content, contains factually incorrect information or low quality in another way.
  12. What is a responsive website?
  13. Why you do competitive analysis?
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    It lives and works behind the scenes in the HTML of web pages. The metadata we use most for SEO speaks to search engines directly from each page crawled, to communicate important information or request specific action. Because it's not immediately visible, metadata can seem foreign.
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    Like a document footer, a Web page footer contains information listed at the bottom of the page. The footer is also treated as its own section of the Web page, separate from the header, content and sidebars. The footer is coded in either CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) or HTML (Hypertext Markup Language).
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