If you have a multilingual website, you need to make sure Google has indexed your pages correctly so that you can increase return on your marketing efforts and rank high in search results in all languages that you target.
As we’re moving towards the end of our challenge, we want to make sure that you’ll continue the SEO adventure to improve your rankings once this is over. With today’s task, we want to refresh your memory about the essential tools of Google Analytics.
Today’s task is for website owners who need to capture the attention of a local audience. Check out our blog posts in local SEO techniques that can help you rank high for local searches.
It’s one of those posts you want to share with every small business owner you have on your list.
If you already use a content calendar, this post can help you with some new ideas. If you’ve never used a content calendar, get ready to start one today.
We continue our 30-day SEO challenge with a short lesson on text-HTML ratio and how it influences SEO.
How often do you recycle content? Most probably, not often enough. For day 22 in our 30-day SEO challenge, we encourage you to give a new life to your old content.
Can you use other people’s content to improve your site’s ranking? Yes, you can. It’s called content curation and, when done correctly, can help your website in more than one way. We explain everything in today’s blog.
We hit another milestone today! It’s day 20 in our 30-day SEO challenge, and we’re celebrating with content analysis.
There’s no magic pill for convincing people to click on your page. But there are headlines, which is pretty much the same thing. Learn how to write more compelling headlines to capture and maintain the attention of potential website visitors.
If you can learn how to prevent it, you’ll have one task less to worry about. Today, we learn about Canonical tags and how they help us to prevent duplicate content.
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