Panda Update – 5 Fixes For The Latest Google Adjustment

If your site is still suffering from the adjustment made to Google’s algorithm in mid October, I’ve got some ideas I’d like to share with you on how you can turn this trend around.

It’s been almost a month now since Google made the change that affected thousands of sites. According to the data that I have available to me, most sites that were affected suffered a reduction in ranking but were still on the first page or at the top of the second page. However I’ve read posts in various chat forums from some webmasters that say their traffic has been cut in half and their page rankings were in the toilet.

I know how disappointing it can be to see your hard work go poof overnight but if you sit back and take a hard look at what happened and why, I’m confidant you’ll be able to fix your pages so they once again get the ranking they had…or at least close to it.

But keep this in mind…as adjustments go this wasn’t a big one and I believe it is correctable.

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How to Make Your Blog Posts SEO Friendly

How to Make Your Blog Posts SEO Friendly

Back in 1996, Bill Gates wrote his famous article “Content Is King”, and this title became one of the most quoted phrases ever. It’s astonishing that more than two decades later, this still implies as the content is among the most powerful tools for building brand awareness, driving traffic to your website, and attracting your customers’ attention, among many other things. The key is in producing relevant, quality content that people want to read, and offer them useful and helpful information, and entertain them at the same time. Still, no matter how great your content is, and how much your target audience can benefit from it, you need to promote it and make sure that it can easily be found. SEO is the best strategy that can help you reach your target audience and boost your site traffic.

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What Are Canonical Tags and When Should You Use Them?

What Are Canonical Tags and When Should You Use Them?

Canonical tags come in many guises – rel canonical, canonical URL tag, even rel=canonical – but despite their different names, they all mean the same thing.

The canonical tag tells a search engine which page serves as the ‘master’ copy. Using a meta tag in your site’s HTML header, you can reduce duplicate returns of the same content with different URL extensions in searches. How? Because canonical tags tell a search engine which version of your content came first, and which you want to show.

With fewer duplicates in any given search, your canonical page gets boosted higher in the search results, sending more hits to your original content. But canonical tags are complex – and in this article, we’ll explain everything you need to know about them from best practice uses to how and when you should use a canonical tag, and if there are alternative solutions that would work better for you given your situation. Let’s get started.

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Technical SEO Strategy – 9 Important Tips to Implement in 2020

Technical SEO Strategy Important Tips to Implement

Cut-throat competition is continuously increasing online, as around 380 new websites are created every minute and, the Internet Statistics and Facts for 2019 reveled that around 1.94 billion websites were on the internet in January 2019. 

Therefore, search engine optimization is done to improve the online presence of a website. That does not only improve the online presence of a business but also corner the business competitors. 

Moreover, a full search engine optimized website is more likely to be found by its potential visitors in search results. So, let’s discuss the Top SEO Trends that will affect your website ranking in 2020:

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