What you should have asked your teachers about web 2.0

A backup approach could be to set URLs with session IDs to noindex, but this limits page-level link equity potential in the event that someone links to a page's URL that includes the session ID. When avoiding thin content penalties, duplicate content must be evaded at all costs. Choosing keywords …

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The broken link-building method aided by site submissions

Sometimes we just get into the loop and don't really realize what and why we are doing what we're doing. When you architect a website and you place SEO at the forefront of a web project, you're doing two things simultaneously. You're making sure your website will be usable by …

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People still ask me about html and its importance today

Even if you measure responses to several alternatives simultaneously, you still are severely limited in what you can test compared with the experimental methods that we will discuss, and do not have information about why people are responding as they do. A demonstration execution displays how a product works. Sharing …

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What can Instagram teach you about mobile search

The term "viral" derives from the image of a person being "infected" with the marketing message and then spreading it to friends, like a virus. If you have a long 1000 word page, 100 or so words of repeated information isn't a big deal. At the top of any page …

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My thoughts on bounce rates

Individuals stay in touch, learn what others in their networks are doing, share events in their lives, and make new friends. Content is king when it comes to SEO. You can't have an SEO campaign without content; it's the fuel that makes SEO work. The reputation, authority, and credibility of …

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