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About aarticod

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  • Birthday 06/09/1996

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    SEO, Internet Marketing, Digital marketing
  1. Google Webmaster Tools is a sweet suite of Google SEO tools that provides data and configuration control for your site in Google. If you’re doing any SEO and you don’t find value in GWT, you either use a paid tool that re-uses GWT data or you have an untapped gold-mine.
  2. content marketing a type of marketing that involves the creation and sharing of online material (such as videos, blogs, and social media posts) that does not explicitly promote a brand but is intended to stimulate interest in its products or services.
  3. AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages – is an Open Source framework designed to speed up load times for mobile internet users. This article explains what AMP is, looks at why and how it developed, explores its benefits for different stakeholder groups and runs you through how to bring your website up to speed for AMP.
  4. The meta title used to be overly important for helping the page rank higher in search engine results. As a result, many webmasters wrote their titles to cater only to search engine robots, disregarding how they read to website visitors. However, the trick to writing a good meta title is to make them sensible and natural to the reader while incorporating good keyword usage and ensuring relevance to your site.
  5. The term “keyword stuffing” has been around since the early days of SEO. It’s used to describe a shady technique website owners adopt in order to manipulate their site’s search ranking for a particular keyword, or set of keywords. If you have been to a website that displays a list of words or phrases that have little or no relevance to the content on the website, then it is likely that website is keyword stuffing.
  6. The robots.txt file is one of the main ways of telling a search engine where it can and can’t go on your website. All major search engines support the basic functionality it offers, but some of them respond to some extra rules which can be useful too. This guide covers all the ways to use robots.txt on your website, but, while it looks simple, any mistakes you make in your robots.txt can seriously harm your site.
  7. Google Trends; Keyword Sheeter; Answer the Public; Keyword Surfer; Keyworddit; Keywordtool.io; Google Search Console; Questiondb; Bulk Keyword Generator; Google
  8. A canonical tag (aka "rel canonical") is a way of telling search engines that a specific URL represents the master copy of a page. Using the canonical tag prevents problems caused by identical or "duplicate" content appearing on multiple URLs. Practically speaking, the canonical tag tells search engines which version of a URL you want to appear in search results.
  9. These SEO process will also help in increasing your page rank. Low inbound links may mean reduced page ranking. So, having relevant inbound links hold too much importance here. The number of inbound links to your site is also considered by search engines to give you a ranking.
  10. A keyword is a specific word that someone types into a search engine to find a topic they are looking for. Keyword research is the blueprint for your online marketing efforts, driving every decision you make. Keyword research helps you get to know and understand your ideal target persona. Keyword research keeps it natural. keyword research brings relevancy and leaves an impression. Long-tail keywords are important. Meaningful keyword research. Keyword research sounds like the most basic, mundane task. It can be, but it’s still necessary to do every so often.
  11. Organic search, also known as natural search, refers to unpaid search results. In contrast to paid search results (pay-per-click advertising), which are populated via an auction system, organic search results are based on relevance to the user's search query, links and domain authority and other organic ranking factors.
  12. Alexa rank is a measure of website popularity. It ranks millions of websites in order of popularity, with an Alexa Rank of 1 being the most popular. Alexa Rank reveals how a website is doing relative to all other sites, which makes it a great KPI for benchmarking and competitive analysis. Alexa rank is calculated using a proprietary methodology that combines a site’s estimated traffic and visitor engagement over the past three months. Traffic and engagement are estimated from the browsing behavior of people in our global panel, which is a sample of all Internet users.
  13. Optimize Caches improve Page Load Time. Trim Down JavaScript Parsing to achieve Ideal Page Load Time. Do Away with Redirects and Improve Website Speed. Minify JavaScript & Style Sheets to Speed Up your Website. And to reduce load time of the page we can use- Compress images. Minify CSS. Minify JS. Use proper headers. Implement Caching or Use Caching Plugin. Use a CDN for delivering static assets.
  14. Everything you need to know about pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, including guides, trends, and news and updates about Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and paid search platforms. Use keyword tools to check the demand. Structure and organize your PPC keywords. Include negative keywords in your first PPC campaign. Know your budget and work backwards. Research the competitive landscape. Write better ad copy. Create a powerful and relevant call to action.
  15. Long-tail keywords are highly targeted search phrases that specifically serve searcher intent. These keywords have low search volume, low competition, and typically have high conversion rates. We call these keywords “long-tail” because if you were to plot your keywords by their search volumes, these would be on the “long tail” end of the search demand curve, which means few people are searching for these terms each month.
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