Focus on Long-tail keywords Don’t stuff the post with keywords so that it looks unnatural. Including more and more keywords in a post indicates that you are writing it with the sole purpose of gaining search engine ranking. Ultimately, that does not make a good reader experience, instead, you should use keywords the way so that it looks natural. So it’s better to focus on one or two keywords per post to target it the better way. … [Read more...] about Beginners SEO Optimization Tips for Google Ranking
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4) Domain Name in Anchor Text Now a days link builders and content marketing experts are using domain name in their anchor text more and more. Earlier there is around 7% of links contained domain name in anchor text. But now, the percentage has been increased to 10% after the Google latest algorithm update. … [Read more...] about Why Link Building Still Important for Google SEO Ranking?
Site speed: Walgreens Page speed is important for any website, but even more so for e-commerce sites. It can have a direct impact on your conversion rate, which has a direct impact on your revenue. Not to mention that it is a known ranking signal from Google and affects user signals like bounce rate and time on page. Having a fast-loading site is an all-around win for e-commerce websites. … [Read more...] about My SEO optimized & UI-friendly e-commerce Frankenstein
1. Usability - if title and headline are more or less the same, it's easier for users to identify the page they clicked through to from the result pages as the one they found on the search engine because search engine results use the title as main result element, whereas the element immediately visible on the page is the headline, the title there is invisible as long as users don't know exactly where to look for it. It may therefore irritate users if title and headline differ too much.2. Keyword prominence - it's obvious that it makes sense to use the same keywords in titles and headlines, simply because a single page should always define it's topic as exactly as possible, which means there will always be only two or three main keywords any given page will be optimized for. … [Read more...] about Google SEO: Should Titles & H1 Tags Be Exactly The Same?