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Internal linking is an often-overlooked aspect of SEO, but it's a powerful tool that can help you improve your website's organic traffic and rankings. It can help visitors navigate your site more easily and keep them more engaged. Why search engines love internal linking? * Helps crawlers and users navigate your website * Aids in indexing of your content * Can help pass link juice (PageRank) around your website * Can help you target specific keywords with greater accuracy So here we're sharing 7 internal linking tips for you. 1. Finding related pages on your website: One of the best ways to find related pages on your website is by using the site: operator in Google. For example, if you wanted to find all the pages on our website that are about SEO, you could type in site:www.itzo.me SEO This will return all the pages on our website that are indexed by Google that include the term "SEO." 2. Anchor text: When creating internal links, be sure to use anchor t
For those new to SEO we have added all the major and minor points that are required to do for a new website. It's important to notice that you should keep 90% of your focus on content and backlinks as everything else is depends on them. SEO Basics:​ Set up GSC and Bing Webmaster Tools Set up Google Analytics (GA) Install and configure an SEO plugin (Wordpress) Generate and submit a sitemap to GSC and Bing Create a Robots.txt Check Webmaster Tools for any manual actions Make sure the site is indexed Keyword Research:​ Identify the competitors Find the main keywords Find long-tail keyword variations Create a keyword map Analyze the page intent of ranked results Make a list of questions being asked Check the target keyword difficulty Technical SEO​: Ensure the site is using HTTPS Check for duplicate versions of the site Check for crawl errors and fix them Improve site speed Check for broken internal and external links Find and fix HTTP links on HTTPS pages Use SEO-friendly URL structu
If a page takes longer than three seconds to load, more than 25% of users will click away to another search result. That's what SEO experts say. So here come 10 tips on reducing site and page loading time, which in especially in ecommerce or affiliate sites will potentially help you make more money. 1. Use a content delivery network (CDN) 2. Find a web stack built for speed 3. Choose a mobile-responsive design 4. Use pop-ups sparingly 5. Decrease thumbnail image sizes 6. Compress file and image sizes 7. Minify JavaScript and CSS files 8. Remove broken links 9. Reduce the number of HTTP requests 10. Implement Full Page Caching A site that is optimised for speed not only enhances the user experience (UX) but can also help to boost your search engine rankings. Site loading is part of on-site SEO which is better explained in Google's overall evaluation of page experience .
SEO is hard. It’s an ever-changing mess of algorithms, keywords and links. No wonder new marketers make so many mistakes! But ironically, many don’t even realise that they have. Which of these 9 SEO mistakes have you made? Mistake #1 - The David And Goliath Keyword Strategy So, you’ve set up a new website, you’re raring to go. You’re keen to take on the big guns. Good luck. Unfortunately, SEO ain’t no David and Goliath tale. Aiming for ultra-competitive keywords, Straight off the bat is gonna get you nowhere. Instead, target less competitive & long-tail. That way you can build your strength. And bring the pain! Mistake #2 - The Infrequent Publisher  You don’t need to publish content every day. But leaving the same old content up for weeks, Will make your site go stale. So, produce at least one new article a week, And update older content with value. Mistake #3 - Low-Quality Content There’s nothing Google hates more than poor quality. … Well, maybe paying tax… But stuff your conten
  Google offers a constantly updated suite of tools that are useful for SEO. They can help you to understand why a page is underperforming and guide them with specific advice for improving webpage performance for the purpose of ranking better: 1. Lighthouse is a web page performance improvement tool that is built into every browser that is based on Chrome. The tool is accessible within the Chrome Dev Tools panel. On a Windows machine, press the F12 function button to access the tool. On Windows or Mac right-click the page and choose "Inspect" then choose the "Lighthouse" tab. On Mac press: Command+Option+C. On Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS, press: Control+Shift+C. In Chrome, click the 3-dot menu on the top right corner then, More Tools > Developer Tool. 2. Test My Site offers two metrics. Estimated loading time on a 4G mobile network and recommendations for speeding up the website. It's a good tool for obtaining a quick snapshot of the speed health of a
Today we would like to share a good link building method which we've been using for a long time now. It's a free method to generate real quality traffic to your site. You simply need to register in each site and create your articles with your d0follow backlinks, that's all! We recommend to use unique articles (no spin content) to get the max of link juice. Enjoy! Website                                            Dofollow            DA           DR techsite.io                                                 yes               51            68 qtolk.com                                                 yes               33            39 ekonty.com                                               yes                38            41 positivelovelife.com                                    yes                    25           28 babblon.com                                             yes                    25            25 peatix.com                                         
  This is the ultimate guide to  search engine optimization  in 2021. And let me be clear about something: This is NOT your average “SEO in 2021” predictions post. Yes, I’ll cover the most important SEO trends this year. But you’re also going to see new strategies that are working great right now. So if you’re looking to improve your SEO next year, you’ll love this updated guide. Is Visual Search an SEO game-changer? Not yet. But based on how things are trending, visual search is poised to take off in 2021. Here’s what you need to know. Visual Search is Taking Off More people are conducting more visual searches than ever before. Just take a look at these stats: Google Lens has already been used 1 billion times ( source ). Pinterest gets 600 million visual searches per month ( source ). 36% of American consumers have already used visual search ( source ). Visual Search Technology is Insanely Good Visual search is still in its infancy. And it already works REALLY well. Don’t believe me?
This is the ultimate guide to  search engine optimization  in 2021. And let me be clear about something: This is NOT your average “SEO in 2021” predictions post. Yes, I’ll cover the most important SEO trends this year. But you’re also going to see new strategies that are working great right now. So if you’re looking to improve your SEO next year, you’ll love this updated guide. According to SEMrush, 6.83% of all search results have a Featured Snippet. And yes: Featured Snippets are stealing A LOT of clicks from the #1 spot. (As I like to say: “#0 is the new #1”) The question is: How do you get your content to appear in the Featured Snippet? Well, that’s what this chapter is all about. I recently decided to make ranking for Featured Snippets a priority. And it helped us go from a handful of Featured Snippets rankings to over 390. Here’s the step-by-step process that I used. 1. Find Featured Snippet opportunities Like most things in SEO, the first step is keyword research . Keywords th
This is the ultimate guide to  search engine optimization  in 2021. And let me be clear about something: This is NOT your average “SEO in 2021” predictions post. Yes, I’ll cover the most important SEO trends this year. But you’re also going to see new strategies that are working great right now. So if you’re looking to improve your SEO next year, you’ll love this updated guide. In October Google announced a new search technology called “Passages”. This feature allows Google to rank specific sections of a page (“a passage”) independently. This feature is going to affect 7% of all searches, which is a massive number. (To put that into context, Google Penguin only impacted 3.1% of all queries .) Let’s see how to optimize for this new Google ranking factor. How Google Passage Ranking Works Passages allow Google to rank specific, relevant passages from a specific page. Not just the page itself. (Kind of like a souped-up version of Featured Snippets.) Here’s an example from Google’s feature
This is the ultimate guide to search engine optimization in 2021. And let me be clear about something: This is NOT your average “SEO in 2021” predictions post. Yes, I’ll cover the most important SEO trends this year. But you’re also going to see new strategies that are working great right now. So if you’re looking to improve your SEO next year, you’ll love this updated guide. According to Google, core web vitals are going to become a ranking factor in May 2021 . And in this chapter, I’m going to show you exactly how to get your site ready for this upcoming Google update. (Including a real-life example of how I dramatically improved Backlinko’s core web vital scores.) Let’s dive in. Core Web Vitals: What You Need to Know Core web vitals are a set of three specific web page experience metrics that Google considers super important: √ Largest contentful paint √ First input delay √ Cumulative layout shift According to Google, core web vitals will directly impact rankings. That said, the