Regardless of how many answers you get, fresh SEO questions will always crop up again and again.

It happens. What works for SEO today might not be as useful tomorrow, and what’s good today may be overcome by something else we’ve got to adapt to next year. That’s how we’ve been rolling for the past 20 years.

We didn’t see mobile-first and voice search optimisation coming in, say, 2014. Bit by bit, Google announced algorithm updates throughout the years, and we waited on the edge of our seats. Tons of questions stacked up. We got answers. We adjusted. And here

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In today’s world, there is vast business ongoing on the electronic network to buy and sell different types of goods online which also includes transmitting of funds or data. These online businesses take place either as business-to-business (B2B), business-to-consumer (B2C), consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business.

Now SEO helps you and your product or maybe information to come into view of different SERPs. SEO also helps a lot to sell your product it generates natural traffic from different sites e.g Google, Bing, and yahoo. It is very important to have natural traffic as without it your product will not come into the

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A solid SEO (search engine optimization) strategy helps you rank higher in search engines when potential customers look for the products and services you offer. Unfortunately, it’s becoming consistently more challenging to maintain a high rank above your competition. Here are five of the most critical factors to ranking higher in searches.
 
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Tip 1: Activate an SSL Certificate

Adding an SSL certificate to your website is a must, both for your sake and the sake of your consumers. In fact, Google recently changed their security requirements for websites and has stopped ranking insecure

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Most websites that rank in Google’s top 20 search results do not currently pass the minimum requirements for a good page experience set out in the search engine’s new Core Web Vitals update which officially rolls out in June according to new research.

The study, from Searchmetrics, found 96{a7758c3706987b952e6c06b8e84de22b0478c6ec9e4b4c13f69a9ea693861278} of sites tested in US desktop searches and more than 90{a7758c3706987b952e6c06b8e84de22b0478c6ec9e4b4c13f69a9ea693861278} of those in mobile searches fail to meet Google’s three Core Web Vitals thresholds for good website performance and usability and risk their rankings being negatively impacted from June.

The study analysed over 2 million web pages appearing in the

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In the wake of a few recent Twitter and SEO forum arguments about ranking factors, I wanted to dispel some common misconceptions about what is and is not a ranking factor.

There are plenty of things related to, correlated to, or associated with ranking factors that are not (or most likely are not) ranking factors themselves.

Why do we assume some of these non-factors may be considered in Google’s algorithm?

In this post, you’ll find some of the most commonly brought up by other SEO professionals or clients. I’ve tried to explain why they aren’t technically a ranking factor and

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When your website is ranked on the umpteenth page of Google, considering the ongoing efforts to improve your ranking, there is nothing more frustrating.

The SEO is what makes the difference, even if you have a beautifully designed website or an incredible portfolio (Search Engine Optimization).

There’s a problem here: Google, Yahoo, and Bing are rather unimpressive when it comes to sitemaps, alt identifiers, or keywords, to mention just a few.

It’s not as important to know vocabulary as it is to boost SEO. Most website operators aim to rank in the top rankings of search engines.

The main

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