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  1. Organic Search Noticeably Absent From Google Analytics 2013 Summit

    Auto-Event Tracking for GTM (Google Tag Manager) Google Tag Manager (GTM) is designed to enable deployment of tags across all properties, takes care of tagging without editing HTML and including Google Tag Manager for Mobile, which enables tracking...

  2. Baidu Paid & Organic Search Starter Guide

    Baidu takes into consideration all the standard SEO disciplines, including title tag, meta descriptions, links and link content, and body content. However, a number of third-party packages support Baidu analytics, paid search, and other aspects you...

  3. Incorporating Geo-Targeting into Your Link Building

    Sure, having a good geographical title tag may be enough to get you to rank somewhere near the top, but if you back that up with some off-site work you may get the extra boost to push you forward. By going the extra mile to get links in these...

  4. This Breaking News Just In - The Meta Keywords Tag is Still Dead!

    Google has never supported the Meta Keywords Tag and Bing doesn't support it, either. Search continued to support the meta keywords tag, so some search engine optimizers continued using it, although it didn't have significant impact.

  5. SEO Web Site Review: Water Filter Corner

    Try to keep your title tag to around 68 characters, including spaces, and structure it so that your most important keywords are listed first, followed by your second most important, followed by your next most important keyword.

  6. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1

    The meta keywords tag is sometimes useful as a way to reinforce the terms you think a page is important only for the search engines that support it. I recommend no more than two to three keywords in each tag for each page of your site.

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  7. 25 Design Best Practices for Your Small Business Web Site

    Use header tags (H1-H6) on every page -- your tag should support the page title and be relevant to on page content that follows it. A simple few hyperlinked keywords (make them blue underlined) in a paragraph can also be a simple call to action...