It’s worth mentioning that anytime a significant algorithm update occurs, webmasters should expect any previous rankings for broad, generic keywords to decline and in some cases disappear for good. Why do rankings flucuate? It’s largely due to the fact that […]Read Article
One of the SEO techniques that gets abused by novices is a technique called keyword stuffing. To the human eye, it’s easy to recognize, and search engine crawlers and algorithm updates have also gotten savvier and savvier at recognizing when […]Read Article
Ever wonder why most people don’t like used car salesmen? They’re oftentimes overly pushy about selling you a car. In a manner of speaking, in the online blog space, the same is true for bloggers who come across as overly […]Read Article
Indexation of lower value pages was among many of the findings from our correlative study of the November 2019 Google update. As a result, one of our recommendations is that websites (blogs) need to cut down on low-value pages by developing […]Read Article
If you had to choose between ranking a web page because it loaded quickly versus one that implicitly matched the user’s need, which would you rank highest? OK, technically, that’s a trick question because both of those factors are involved […]Read Article
Before we serve the meal, let’s first set the table. For context: Top Hat Rank published a food blogger study based on data and observations from a Google algorithm update identified among the industry in November of 2019. In the […]Read Article
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