'As you probably already know, SEO is split into two main worlds: onsite and offsite optimization.
Onsite optimization refers to all the structures, techniques, and strategies necessary to include on your website, including all your individual pages. Offsite optimization refers to everything that happens outside that world, including links pointing to your site, social media activity of your brand and your users, guest posts, and so on.
This guide is exclusively about onsite optimization. I’ll be writing more about offsite optimization in future guides, but first, I want to explain the essence of onsite optimization, why it’s important, and what you need to do to be successfulSo you’re into SEO and you’re ready to get your hands dirty'.
Let’s look at the simple, technical elements Google uses to rank your page: a breakdown of every single ranking signal Google uses to determine where your site and its content appears in search results pages (SERPs).
'On-site optimization is all about making changes to your website to optimize it for search engine visibility. I’m excluding ongoing content marketing here (though some people would include it), because I’ll be focusing on that in the next part in this series'.
Maybe you’re just trying to get a better sense of some of the BlackHat SEO methods people are using the increase the number of visitors on their website, and bring in new business opportunities.
One of the methods that has been common for a few years now, and will probably continue to be will be is buying of social signals. Why is this something that internet marketers would even spend money on, and what are the benefits of doing so?
'Now we have an impressive range of visual search methods available to us: we can search with images, with part of an image, with our cameras, with paint on a digital canvas.
And combined with applications in ecommerce, and recent advances in augmented reality, visual search is a powerful tool with huge potential. So what can it do currently, and where might it develop in the future?
This blog first addresses the SEO trends in 2016. After that, it focuses on the 12 simplest ways to have a good start with SEO.
If you are an entrepreneur, this blog will get you started with SEO or it will give you helpful ways to improve your SEO quickly. By quickly, I mean performing the actions, as SEO usually takes quite some to be fully effective.
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