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Real Estate SEO Guide: 7 Steps to Your Success

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If you run a real estate website, blog or platform – you have surely faced cut-throat competition when trying to occupy the first page of Google for most of the property searches in your area. SEO for real estate has some peculiarities though, and I hope you will love this guide as you proceed with making your real estate SEO more effective.

Step 1. Do Keyword Research with Your Customers in Mind

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The Ultimate Guide for SEO in 2018

SEO 2018: ultimate website optimization guide.

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9 Steps to Do SEO for Hotels, Restaurants and Cafés

SEO for hotels, restaurants and cafes.

The glutton called the digital era is swallowing everything it can. Even the HoReCa industry (short for Hotels, Restaurants and Cafés), one of the unshakable bastions of live human interaction, hasn’t been safe – and now the Internet has seeped into every element of the trifecta. Websites are springing up like mushrooms after rain, and SEOs swoop down on them, each hoping to be the first to take their clients to Google’s page one. Swooping is good.
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9 More Winning Tips on SEO for Fashion Blogs and Brands

SEO for fashion

I welcome you back, dear readers of our WebCEO blog! In a previous entry, we shared with you a list of 7 Actionable Tips for Performing SEO in Fashion Industry. It’s time to pick up from where we left before and continue with even more advanced SEO tips for fashion websites. Without further ado, today’s update begins riiiiiight now.

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Practical Advice on Building Natural Links That Work

Which link building methods are working in 2017? How many links do you need to move your site to the top? Will Google penalize you if your link building strategy looks unnatural? How to tell bad links from the good ones? Let’s discuss!

Natural link building

Links are just one factor from over 200 that search engines use to rank pages. You can stick to this rule: the worse a page is, the more links are needed to get higher ranking. What is a bad page? A bad site page brings little to no value to its visitors. If a page has no unique content, is full of broken links or is a link farm, if it loads for ages or is built for ads, you need TONS of qualitative links to get it on top.

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