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How to Rank in Google: 10 Good and 10 Bad SEO Ranking Factors

SEO ranking factors: how to rank higher in Google.

“How to rank my website higher in Google?” This question plagues every single website owner in the world. Some of them know how to do it, which is rare. Some manage to actually do it, which is even rarer. Whichever camp of site owners you belong to, SEO is your main weapon in achieving high rankings, so there’s only one real question: how do you do it? What are the ranking factors that will decide your website’s fate?
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3 Examples of Negative SEO and How to Defend Yourself

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Negative SEO can be a lot of things—and it’s more than just black hat tricks. In fact, you might be the victim of negative SEO attacks and not even know it if someone has launched a campaign against you and your site. The good news is that it’s very risky to undertake a negative SEO campaign, so most people won’t take that gamble. However, if you are a target, then that means whoever’s behind it has some serious beef with you. Negative SEO encompasses just about anything that’s “illegal” in terms of SEO best practices. Since Google is the largest search engine, it’s often used as the basis for what’s “good” SEO and what’s not allowed. For example, using duplicate content (such as buying multiple similar domains, then copying and pasting the information) is a huge SEO no-go and, while this is technically considered to be negative SEO, it often happens as an oversight and not intentional.
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