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Category Archives: SEO Theory
In case for some reason you are still thinking that keyword density (the proportion of keywords to the total number of words on a page) bears any relevance to the rankings of your page for these keywords. Well they don’t, … Continue reading
The views in this post are my opinion. So that you can make your mind, up let me put it clearly from the beginning so you can decide whether to read more or not. Fast SEO results are a myth, they … Continue reading
The safest SEO strategy to stay clear of any Panda negative effects and any other algorithm update is to stay within Google guidelines, and focus on the user and UX (user experience), having a site that is structurally sound and … Continue reading
This is one of the greatest myths and misconceptions that floats around the web and SEO world, the vast majority of my SEO tuition clients and some SEO clients also make this assumption.
Sisyphus Greek Mythology – Image Credits Wikipedia If you haven’t seen the post or haven’t heard the news (what are you reading anyway) Google’s SPAM czar, that’s Matt Cutts, has come out on his own blog announcing that
WTH Is Strategy Anyway? Strategy vs Planning Don’t take my word for it, see what “Google thinks” – Strategy vs Planning. I was writing this post when I was rudely interrupted by the knowledge graph, which being a bot, may … Continue reading
I could start this post as a love story between two bots, that would be an explanation for the strange case of… it would seem that the knowledge graph bot has misguidedly fallen in love with one of the miss-creations … Continue reading