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Posts Tagged with: Google

You should not ignore Google ranking factors. These factors help deliver webpages by the relevance of keywords used vs what users are looking for. Google released an update in May that many have noticed impacted their search results. It’s possible, that it’s targeting poorly written pages and pages on badly organized websites. If you are

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On this 11th episode of the NerdBrand Podcast we’re talking about Retargeting your ads, and Director Cut’s marketing strategy and Google site rank signals! We’re not trying to over simplify, but most business owners are over whelmed by marketing and SEO. We hope to cut through that on this episode about what SEO is (as

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This episode of the NerdBrand Podcast we want to remind you to wear pants! Google Advertising Changes, and about most states reopening. Let’s find out on this episode! NerdNews San Diego Comicon 2020 (SDCC 2020) is canceled – Yes, sad, listen as we lament. See the link below on what state are reopening: https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2020/us/states-reopen-coronavirus-trnd/ Streaming

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Here’s the NerdBrand Off-Page SEO Checklist. Off-Page SEO is the practice of optimizing your website “off” your site and on an external source. Off-Page SEO checklist items include backlinks and social profiles. If you have a website and are still not active on social media (it is 2020 you know,) then you’re leaving money on

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SEO Checklist for the Marketer is only a title. So SEO and Marketing converge like other professions. But don’t take the title of the post here that we think the two are the same. Content We’ve heard for decades that “Content is King” and it’s still true. Google prefers to please their users. So indexing

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So how do you get Google to like your website content for a set of keywords? Well, one way that is just starting, and looking into Long Form Content. Get to writing Long Form Content! Start with the topic cluster approach. It’s the idea of creating content that points users toward a page that has more

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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020. This legislation secures new privacy rights for California consumers. It is very similar to GDPR in the European Union. If you are a for-profit entity that collects and/or processes the personal information of any California residents and you meet at least one of

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So you’ve got a WordPress website and now installed a SEO plugin. But that’s not the end of your SEO problems. You need to know that you’re focusing on the words that people actually search for.  If you’re optimizing for a term nobody uses, you can rank number one, but you still won’t have any

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