Websites are representations of ideas

A content hub is a set of content (usually web pages) organized around a specific topic (usually a central page). It could be a category on a blog or a section of pages on a website. The gibberish score helps with that. Eliminate Flash if it's the main presentation of …

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Topical (Vertical) Search Engines

Instead, they want to send users to true content pages (product pages, category pages, static site pages, blog posts and articles). It is good to optimize a web page with one keyword phrase rather than several ones at a time. By focusing on one keyword, you'll be sure that it …

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When auditing your site, take time to think about javascript

A piece of content should be organic and genuinely helpful. Use Google's Structured Data Testing Tool to see if your pages are properly using Schema.org markup formatting. Those pages often become impersonal and distant. Interactive blogs permit visitors to send comments or posts, making them another important component of …

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