So it is more a matter of how it is received from a user point of view. If you are a banking web site and you have terrible English on it, then I assume users will lose trust in your web site. But for other things, it is the way the web just comes. Espesially user generated content, you can’t fix their grammar, you probably could but it is impractical. … [Read more...] about Google: Grammar Does Not Impact SEO & Search Rankings
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Danny Sullivan from Google has said on Twitter that there is no search operator for sentiment simply because Google does not recognize sentiment in search. The question was if there was a way to see how sentiment plays into account with Google search rankings, which Danny shot down pretty quickly. … [Read more...] about Google: We Not Recognize Sentiment In Search Ranking
Internal link strategies are not only a part of good search optimization but also integral to your other client retention strategies. Making your internal links and navigation simple and logical improves client retention and boosts other rank metrics like time-on-site. … [Read more...] about 20 Reasons Why Your Search Ranking & Traffic Might Drop
Blog commenting has been an SEO strategy since the first time anyone opened up comments on their site in the first place. Mechanically, it’s very simple in concept. Blog comments are content on a page. Content on a page is indexed by Google. If a link is on a page, that link becomes part of Google’s analysis of SEO. Therefore, you can leave a blog comment with your link and have that linked indexed by Google, thus counting as a benefit to your SEO. … [Read more...] about Are Blog Commenting Services Effective for SEO and Rankings?
Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that all the recent search ranking algorithm changes we have been following, some confirmed, are "not related to mobile indexing." Some are thinking that all the fluctuations are due to Google ramping up the mobile-first indexing switch over, but Google is saying this is not the case. … [Read more...] about Google: Mobile-First Indexing Unrelated To Search Ranking Algorithm Changes