CategorySEO

26 Great SEO Resources for 2019

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Tools like WordPress make web design far more inviting and simplified than older, intimidating manual coding methods. But even though sophisticated tools drastically simplify the design process, they do little to help users find your website. It doesn’t matter how great your website looks if no one views it. To help your website be seen and rank in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages), you...

SEO Practices That Might Hurt Your Google Ranking: 2019

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So, you’re worried about your website’s Google rankings not going up, are you? Everybody works on their SEO with the intention of reaping lucrative results and gaining stellar Google ranking positions, but when things go downhill, it becomes a common thought that something might be going wrong with your SEO strategy. According to a report, 93% of all online experiences start with a search engine...

5 No-cost SEO Tips for Local Businesses

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This post is by a guest author. The views mentioned in this article are those of the guest author, and might not reflect the views of Local SEO Checklist. Many business owners view search engine optimisation as an expensive marketing strategy. However, that is simply not true. While it can be costly for local businesses to hire an SEO agency, you can implement most basic SEO practices for your...

Guide To Troubleshooting Your Website Woes! | Local SEO Checklist Blog

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Even the largest avalanche is triggered by small things. Vernor Vinge Do you know how the most avalanches begin? A small amount of snow starts sliding down a mountainside. This may not look threatening, but in reality, it can cause a major disaster. Why? As the snow-slide gets nearer to the bottom of the mountain, it increases speed and power enormously. This is what can happen to your website if...

Why Data Aggregators Are Scarier Than Tyra Banks | Local SEO Checklist Blog

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We’ve all heard about data aggregators, how awesome they are, and how they help you in so many different ways. Very few people actually know what they are, what they do, and how they do it. At the end of the day, they are huge corporations who basically own bulk data about people, places, and everything else you could possibly think of. Now you must be thinking, how do they get this information...