Posts tagged with On Page Seo

Three incorrect SEO generalisations that could damage your business

Disclaimer: I'm an SEO practitioner. I have an interest in arguing the point that SEO is still valuable.

Hear me out though and I'll explain why jumping on any variation of the 'SEO is dead' bandwagon is likely to cause major problems for your website’s visibility in organic search results.

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SEO: what you need to know about on-page optimization

A few weeks back we published the mammoth (yet easy to digest) SEO Best Practice Guide.

None of this would have been possible had it not been for the expert contributors who shared their knowledge developed from working at the sharp end of search.

Over the next few weeks I’ll be asking some of our contributors for their their thoughts on search. I spoke to Joe Friedlein of Browser Media about on-page optimization...

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Seven on-page SEO tips for Baidu

Baidu is often referred to as the Chinese Google, and while its respective dominance in its market is similar to Google's, this can lead to the misconception that the two search engines differ only in name and region.

This is of course not the case. Baidu is a completely different search engine to Google, with different values and ranking factors.

Read on to find out my seven on-page tips for Baidu SEO, or for more information on this topic download Econsultancy's Baidu Search Best Practice Guide.

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10 interesting digital marketing statistics we've seen this week

Here are some of the most interesting digital marketing statistics we've seen this week.

Statistics include Enhanced Campaigns, on-page SEO, mobile content, Google Play, and football's most social team.

For more digital marketing stats, check out our Internet Statistics Compendium.

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On-page factors become more important for high search rankings in past year: report

Quality content and other on-page factors have become increasingly important for SEO in recent years thanks to Google’s various algorithm updates aimed at cracking down on spammers and sites that offer a poor user experience.

And a new report from Searchmetrics shows just how the influence of on-page SEO has changed in the past 12 months by examining the correlation of various factors with high Google rankings. 

Virtually all criteria – ranging from the image count to Adlinks – have apparently increased in importance, with a site’s word count showing the biggest difference compared to last year.

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