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    Cloaking takes a user to other sites than he or she expects by disguising those sites' true content. During cloaking, the search engine spider and the browser are presented with different content for the same Web page. HTTP header information or IP addresses assist in sending the wrong Web pages. Searchers will then access websites that contain information they simply were not seeking, including pornographic sites. Website directories also offer up their share of cloaking techniques. Many of the larger search engine companies oppose cloaking because it frustrates their users and does not comply with their standards. In the search engine optimization (SEO) industry, cloaking is considered to be a black hat technique that, while used, is frowned on by most legitimate SEO firms and Web publishers. Getting caught cloaking can result in huge penalties from the search engines, including being removed from the index altogether
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    · keywords selection · Keyword density · Meta Tag Optimization · Image Optimization · Title Tag Optimization · Putting keywords on correct places
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    AdWords is Google's PPC advertising platform and main source of revenue. Typically, PPC advertisers use AdWords to bid on the keywords they want to trigger their sponsored ads. Google chooses which ads to be displayed and each ad's position based on factors including the ad's Quality Score (a measure of the relevance of the ad, primarily determined by click-through rate) and the advertiser's bid, or how much they're willing to pay for each ad click. This whole system functions very similarly to an auction.
  4. Track Campaigns With Complete Transparency Bring Your Brand Out From the Shadows Take Control in the Driver’s Seat You Only Pay When They Click Get a Second Chance With Missed Connections
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    I believe "URL" is the page on your website that is 404ing/Broken, the "Referring URL" is the website someone found your URL on and clicked through to. For example, if you had a broken link on a Facebook post you did, it would show the URL as "yourwebsite.com/examply" (broken link) and the Referring URL would be "facebook.com/yourprofile"
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    Link exchange is not always bad. It is normal that all sites do have some reciprocal links. Just don't over do it. Remember to maintain the natural link diversity. And about the placement of the links, my recommendation would be to plan it for the user. So whatever feels most natural and useful for the user. Maybe it would be a good idea to make an article about other companies that do health and safety training and tell there shortly about each training. Plain link lists are usually boring/useless for the user and search engines don't value them either.
  7. More visibility of your blog in search results. Receive traffic from other websites linked to you. High-quality incoming links mean your site will be admired as a valuable resource. ... Link building also helps in getting indexed in search results quicker.
  8. The primary importance is earning organic (natural) links to your site. Both follow and nofollow links are a natural part of the web. If you focus on earning legitimate links to your site, you have nothing to worry about. Whatever the ratio works out as, so be it. If you engage in manipulative link building practices, then you have to constantly worry about being discovered and penalized. The ratio of follow vs nofollow link is one of many metrics a search engine can examine as a possible flag for guideline violations.
  9. A canonical issue arises when 301 redirects are not properly in place. This means that your website can be accessed by search engines from several different URLs. This means that search engines can then potentially index your site under different URLs, meaning that it will look like a site of duplicated content. There are two main ways to fix canonical issues on a website: by implementing 301 redirects, and/or by adding canonical tags to your site's pages to tell Google which of several similar pages is preferred. The right option depends on the canonical issue you're trying to resolve.
  10. A 301 redirect is a status code that tells search engines and users the page has permanently moved, and makes sure that they are sent to the correct page. As this is permanent, when a 301 redirect is used it signifies that the content on the page has been moved forever. Users are redirected to a new page, which has replaced the old one. The redirect typically helps change the URL of the page when it shows up in search engine results. If you’ve invested in building a website, or starting an online store, pay close attention to the impact this has on your site. You can think of a 301 redirect like a Change of Address form that you would have to fill out with the Postal Service if you were to move. Just like your mail being rerouted from your old address to your new address, your web traffic is sent from your old URL to the new URL. 302 redirect is a temporary change that redirects both users and search engines to the desired new location for a limited amount of time, until the redirect is removed. This 302 redirect may be shown as a 302 found (HTTP 1.1), or moved temporarily (HTTP 1.0).
  11. A link building campaign is the process of actively trying to increase links to your website, usually accompanied by some kind of overarching objective. It will use assets belonging to the website in order to acquire those links, and an asset can be anything from content and news to products and services 4 to 6 months
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    try holding down the Shift key while pressing the Refresh button. Close your browser and re-open it (make sure you are NOT on the cached page) and delete your temporary Internet files (clear your cache). For instructions on clearing your cache, see the section below How to clear the cache in commonly used browsers: Restart your computer. Use an alternative URL for the same location. For example, if you are going to www.yourdomain.name, you might go to your IP address instead. If you don't know any alternative URLS, ask Technical Support to provide you with one. Be sure to tell them exactly which URL you are using. Use a different browser (if you use IE, try Firefox, and vice versa).
  13. Getting to know your target audience: It may seem obvious, but to reach your target audience, you first need to know who they are. ... Focusing on your target audience's needs: ... Talking to (or even better – with) your target audience, not at them:
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    nofollow is a value that can be assigned to the rel attribute of an HTML a element to instruct some search engines that the hyperlink should not influence the ranking of the link's target in the search engine's index. It is intended to reduce the effectiveness of certain types of internet advertising because their search algorithm depends heavily on the number of links to a website when determining which websites should be listed in what order in their search results for any given term.
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    A sitemap is a file where you provide information about the pages, videos, and other files on your site, and the relationships between them. Search engines like Google read this file to more intelligently crawl your site. A sitemap tells Google which pages and files you think are important in your site, and also provides valuable information about these files: for example, for pages, when the page was last updated, how often the page is changed, and any alternate language versions of a page.
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