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What The Search Engines Want

As complicated as the search engine algorithms are, there is basic idea behind all of them. They want the best quality pages to show up for the keyword searched. What this means is pages that answer the users query most accurately. They don’t want pages to rank highly for keywords just because they are overly optimized[…]

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On-page SEO – Specifics

Years ago on-page SEO used to be the end all be all. You could optimize your pages titles and headings, stuff keywords in your articles and have a great chance of ranking with little to no links. Things have definitely changed. On-page SEO has definitely become less powerful but that doesn’t mean it holds no weight.[…]

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Beginners Guide To SEO

The goal of this tutorial is to make things easy for even the most basic of an SEO beginner. We’ll get you up to speed with what SEO really is, how it’s accomplished and some tips and tricks to help increase your rankings and income using SEO. Although this guide is made for beginners, there will[…]

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Finding Niche Ideas

So you are all set to dive head first into keyword research and start sifting through the best low competition keywords/phrases but you realize… “Wait, I don’t have any ideas for a niche!” Unfortunately this is very common. Even the best brainstormers have days where they come up short on ideas. The usual advice people will[…]

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Understanding Google RankBrain

Many SEO’s are still not aware that Google has added a big change to their algorithm called RankBrain. Recently Google came out and admitted that the top 3 factors running their algorithm are: Content Links RankBrain Now for years we’ve known that good quality content and links were the key to getting better rankings. Now[…]

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Gaining An Edge With LSI Keywords

When working within Keysearch and using the deep analysis feature you may have noticed the section that shows LSI Words for your chosen keyword. Now what are these LSI words you might ask? LSI stands for latent semantic indexing. Without getting too technical, all you really need to know about LSI keywords is that they[…]