Tag Archives: SEO tips
Content Freshness: I Want Moar Content!

We fielded an interesting SEO question recently. “Is it really important to create more and more content to rank high?” – asked one of the WebCEO users on our Facebook page. By the way, we love to talk and are happy to discuss everything web-related (or not ;).

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Why do search engines like fresh content?

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Should You Switch to HTTPS right now?

A few weeks ago Google officially announced that HTTPS would now become a ranking signal, for now a very lightweight signal. This news provoked a lot of discussions in the industry.  Google has also updated Google Webmaster Tools to better handle HTTPS sites and the reporting on them.

We’ve investigated what are the pros and cons of moving your site to HTTPS, and are ready to share some good tips with you.
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How to Promote Your Business Online Without Wasting Time and Money

Today I am going to ruin the myth that says you need to spend tons of money to promote your business online. What you really need is trustworthy recommendations, a reliable set of SEO tools and confidence in your success.

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1. Build a website with your visitors in mind.

SEO is not just about optimizing content; it begins when you first build a website. Think about your site structure carefully as it is essential both for a great user experience and for high rankings. A successful site should have:

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How to Start a Website: Finding the Best Keywords

To best do SEO for your site, you will need to determine the optimal keywords for your site theme so the search engines can associate your site with them. Since modern search queries are more and more conversational now, you should think like your prospects do.

WebCEO helps to find the best keywords to optimize your pages for

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How to Start a Website: Choosing a Domain Name

The latest Matt Cutts video reminds us all that SEO starts before you even build a website. It starts when you first think that you need a website. There are two important questions you should answer before you start thinking of design and writing content:

  1. What are you building a site for? Will you sell your products or services through it? Will it give information about your business and products?
  2. Who is the audience you target? Are your prospects local? Are they ready to buy online? Do they need a community?

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