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  1. Organic Search Accounts for Up to 64% of Website Traffic [STUDY]

    Optimize Your Content: To make your content more searchable, be sure to use appropriate meta titles, descriptions, and keywords in your web content. Play Nice with Search Engines: We can complain all day long about how Google's constant search...

  2. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    To entirely prevent a page's contents from being listed in the Google web index even if other sites link to it, use a noindex meta tag or x-robots-tag. As long as Googlebot fetches the page, it will see the noindex meta tag and prevent that page...

  3. 5 Examples of How Recrawling Site Changes Can Nip SEO Problems in the Bud

    So I recommended opening up those pages by removing the original meta robots tag which was using “noindex, nofollow”. Unfortunately, two meta robots tags were added across many pages of the site. During audits, I keep a keen eye on how websites are...

  4. SEO Basics: 8 Essentials When Optimizing Your Site

    Meta keywords are pretty much ignored by search engines nowadays, but if you still use them, make sure it talks specifically to that page and that it is also formatted correctly. Your meta description should be unique and also speak to that...

  5. Writing Content for Users vs. Search Engines: Is There Still a Difference?

    Meta keywords were deprecated, the notion that it was necessary to embed keywords repeatedly slowly faded (a comment here and there about keyword stuffing may have helped). There was a time when web copy written primarily for users or for search...

  6. Ecommerce Product Pages: How to Fix Duplicate, Thin & Too Much Content

    Noindex, follow": If your goal is to optimize crawl budget and keep duplicates or pagination out of the index, use brute force and block Googlebot via robots "noindex, follow" meta directive. It adds more content for engines to crawl, which means...