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  1. Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live

    Also make sure each has a meta description. Make sure every page has a title tag, and make sure they are unique. W3C-valid code is the one thing you can do prior to launch to have some confidence around a search engine spider being able to crawl...

  2. Evolving Your SEO: Moving Toward a Content Marketing Approach

    Make sure that each piece of content has an optimized title tag, keyword-focused copy, strong meta description, and optimized inbound links from related content. This is an excerpt of a search-informed content plan for a computer retailer that...

  3. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Make sure your CMS software does not use a common titles or description across the site pages or site sections. Use scripting to keep pages hidden from Google (i.e.no-index our your pages that have one piece or content on it that is the same as the...

  4. Too Little SEO? Some Characteristics of an Under Optimized Website

    Title Tag, Meta Description Duplication Personally I love a good tag/word cloud, as do they. Anchor Text Perhaps search engines are smart enough to transfer equity to a preferred URL? As an aside, I’d recommend this post from Majestic as background...