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Is your server too slow?
A critical factor in your search engine ranking is how fast your website loads, cheaper shared hosting plans are generally slower while dedicated hosting plans are usually faster. To determine how …
Is your server hosting spammers?
When you're using a shared hosting provider, search engine spiders look at not only your website but also the other websites on your server to determine the quality of your site. Use a service such …
Stop splitting your domain!
I'll accept that to the general public there is little (or no) difference between www.thisismyurl.com and thisismyurl.com but to search engines, those are two very different web domains. In truth, …
Avoid splash pages for search engine optimization
A splash page can sometimes be used to help determine the language preference of your visitor, or help narrow down their geographical preference etc. but at a severe cost to your search engine optimiz …
On site vs. off site optimization
There are plenty of things you can do for your website within the articles and pages across your website, these are called on site SEO strategies. For example, you can improve your links and optimize …
Write for your audience, not search engines
Search engines want high quality, natural content and they're likely to penalize you if they feel that you're trying to take advantage of their algorithms. When you're writing content, focus on wri …
Keyword stuffing will not help you in the long run.
Keyword stuffing is all about cramming keywords onto a web page in hopes of tricking search engines into indexing the page for that content but it doesn't work and in the long run it'll cost your webs …
Private registrations could mean you're a spammer
While there's nothing wrong with using private registration services to hide your domain name ownership identity, keep in mind that it could be interpreted as questionable by search engine spiders. …
Ensure your links are optimized
When you're adding links to your website content, be sure that you not only link phrases (instead of words) but that you're also taking the time to include the proper title attributes and surround you …