Wix also ignores some common best practices in favor of simple tips for novice website creators. For example, they have said you should be using the Meta Keywords section, which has been deprecated for years and is as liable to hurt you as help. They’ve also encouraged using keywords in link anchors, without mentioning that using too many keywords can hurt your SEO. Sure, “use keywords in links” is good advice when you know absolutely nothing, but if it’s construed as “always use keywords in links” you end up with over-optimization penalties. In other locations, Wix has recommended using as many keywords as possible, which is likely to lead to keyword stuffing. Troublingly, Wix also recommends that people trade products in exchange for links, which is explicitly called out as a technique not to use by Google. … [Read more...] about Are Wix.com Websites Good or Bad for SEO?
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Moz.com. Moz builds on the crawling tool of Screaming Frog and presents issues in a prioritized format. There are also other tools to do keyword research, rank tracking and link analysis. Moz.com is a well-rounded SEO toolset. It certainly won’t do the SEO for you, but it does a really good job of pointing you in the right direction. Moz Pro has a 30-day free trial, so you can likely get in to make some improvements to your site and get out without generating any costs. … [Read more...] about Small business SEO: Your questions answered
3. How can a small online business best prepare for Mobilegeddon? Mobilegeddon is actually overblown, IMO, as so much of what is happening in local search, these days is happening on the Google SERP, not on your website. Google knows that small businesses lack the engineering teams and budgets to build websites with a great user experience, so they are providing that experience to searchers via your Knowledge Panel. … [Read more...] about Five SEO Questions with David Mihm; Small Business, Local Schema and Tips to Get Ahead
RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry can be followed on social media at @rustybrick, +BarrySchwartz and Facebook. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio and disclosures, click over here. … [Read more...] about Google has explained how you can remove your AMP content from Google search
The above iPhone X copy is inspirational. Rather than just stating that both rear cameras have “optical image stabilisation” and “fast lenses” (which could go straight over someone’s head), they explain why that’s a good thing – all in one sentence. We learn these features allow for outstanding photos and videos, even in low light, and follow it with an image example, just to make sure you can fully understand the benefit. ‘OK, now I get it.’ … [Read more...] about Product copy: The unsung hero of the e-commerce world