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Google Penalties: The Top 17 Mistakes To Avoid That Can Get Your Site De-Indexed

Google Penalties: The Top 17 Mistakes To Avoid That Can Get Your Site De-Indexed | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If your site has suddenly disappeared from search engine result pages you may likely have overlooked one of these 17 typical mistakes, that can get your site de-indexed in matter of seconds.


Nothing new under the sun in this list, but always a good reminder to look at if you are new to web publishing or if you have been recently penalized and are wondering what you may have done wrong.


From the article intro by Eric Siu: "...unnatural link acquisition isn’t the only way to get banned by Google. There are actually quite a few more. If you are new to SEO, let this be a warning.


If you are a seasoned SEO, let this be a reminder—or a crib sheet you can forward to anyone who is suggesting you do WHATEVER it takes to rank them.


Here’s a list of absolute “don’ts” where ranking is concerned."


Good reminder for everyone. 7/10


Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/17-ways-to-get-de-indexed/53537/




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The Best Kept SEO Secret: How to Find and Target Long-Tail SEO Keywords

The Best Kept SEO Secret: How to Find and Target Long-Tail SEO Keywords | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

'Long-tail keywords are highly specific search phrases with low search volume, which communicate a certain searcher intent clearly. Because of their specificity, long-tails are usually three or more words long. 


This post will show you why long-tails are unbeatable sources of targeted traffic, and share a simple framework you can use to research long-tail keywords, optimize your pages for them, and start growing rankings'.


Read More: https://www.link-assistant.com/news/long-tail-keywords.html?fb_comment_id=672388386219529_676412355817132


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donhornsby's curator insight, March 1, 8:55 AM
As you optimize your pages for the newly found long-tails, remember to regularly measure your rankings and traffic for the terms so you can see which of your tactics are working best.