13 Apr

Short tail and Long tail Keywords in SEO

Shorttail and Longtail Keywords in SEO
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Short tail searches are all search queries in Googles consisting of 1, 2 or 3 words. Long tail searches are search queries consisting of 4 or more words, like this one (5 words): It’s extraordinary to see how this is divided in Google: 70% of all search queries in Google consist of these long tail […]

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13 Apr

What is Google Adwords?

What is Google Adwords?
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Google Adwords is the advertisement program from Google which allows you to show your advert in the Google search results under “sponsored links” or “adverts”. Advertise for keywords With Google Adwords you advertise for keywords or search terms. These are words or combinations of words which users type into Goggle to search fro something. When […]

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13 Apr

What Are Title Attributes?

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A title attribute is a title for a link on your website. You can compare it to the alt tag for an image. Such a title allows you to put some extra information with a link about the destination page. This title attribute appears when you hover over the link with your mouse (see the […]

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13 Apr

Rankbrain: Next Level SEO?

Google Rankbrain
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Ever come across a website in the search results and thought by yourself: How can I rank for this? We have known for a while that Google is developing hyper quickly. The past few years they have been developing themselves in particular in the field of language: They are not only showing results matching your […]

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29 Mar

SEO Actionplan for WordPress

SEO Actionplan for Wordpress
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SEO Actionplan for Wordpress: 26 Steps for Higher Google Positions Don’t you have an SEO actionplan or manual to optimize your website content from A to Z to get higher rankings in Google? That’s a question we get regularly and even if my free ebook with 35 SEO tips can get you a long way, […]

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20 Mar

Internal Link Automization on Your Website? (SEO)

Internal Link Automization on Your Website? (SEO)
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A nice example of such a web is Wikipedia, through all internal links all pages are linked to each other in a logical way. Ideal for the user and for your SEO! Internal links Internal links are small links within your own website. They are clickable words which you can also see in this very […]

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11 Mar

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) from Google

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) from Google
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A little while ago Google came with the announcement of yet another step in the mobile revolution: Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). These are ment to give Google users on mobile devices an even better (read: faster) user experience. As a website owner you may put the following two words in capitals in your marketing plan […]

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9 Mar

4 Reasons Why an Outdated Website is Costing YOU Money

4 Reasons Why an Outdated Website is Costing YOU Money
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An Outdated Website Costs You Money! If you have no or an outdated website you should probably know, your website is the face of your small (or large) local business in today’s connected world. Most of the time its the first thing potential customers see, over 80% of all purchases begin online and it’s more […]

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7 Mar

The Link Builder’s Guide to “Link Roundups”

Link Roundups
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Last week, I was talking to a client and explaining the link outreach strategy we use for the SEO on his site. When we got to the part about the different link types we would use to boost his rankings, the client stopped me and asked “What is a link roundup?”. The short, two sentence […]

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25 Feb

The New Facebook Like Button has Arrived!

The New Facebook Like Button with emoticons has Arrived!
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This is it! The new Facebook Like Button has arrived! The new button was just activated and is being rolled out for all Facebook users worldwide. The changes to the Facebook Like Button were announced in October 2015, but we had to wait until now to see it implemented on a global basis. This is […]

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