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Facebook Discussions / Re: Facebook vs Google Adword
« Last post by EthanR on 10-20-2018, 05:35:46 »
It depends on what types of services you are providing. You want to create social branding awareness facebook will be best option for you. But if you want to explore your business professionally google AdWords will help you.

Post Merge: 10-20-2018, 06:03:42

It depends on the type of your business. If your business is oriented with a social clause then Facebook is best for you. If it is a professionally oriented then Google AdWords will help you to gain traffic.
Thanks everyone.

I have a question about internal linking. Do category links and related-posts-plugin links count as internal links in regards of trust and SEO? For example according to Yoast, my latest article have 5 internal links, but it is only counting the links inside the post. In fact there are 9 links: 2 as category links and 2 as related-posts plugin at the end of the article, but I am not sure these count for SEO.

Should I add links manually for everything inside my posts?
SEO Basics / Re: HTML sitemap and XML sitemap
« Last post by Soumyashri on 10-20-2018, 00:35:55 »
Hello guys..

   I would like to know that what is the difference between  HTML sitemap and XML sitemap ? tell me ..

The simplest explanation is that XML is primarily for the search engines while HTML is written for the users.

A XML sitemap protocol is specifically intended for search engine spiders. At its root, XML is a file that includes all the behind the scenes activity on a web site. Not just the site’s main URL, but all the URLs within the site along with the associated metadata. This can include when the URL was last updated, how important it is, the average frequency changes occur, the URLs relation to the rest of the site, etc.

HTML is just a general overview of the site, just the pages and info a user needs to be concerned with. If you’re on a web site and you’re looking for the shopping cart or the ‘Contact Us’ page and can’t find it, you’d go to the sitemap and easily find it there. While this is geared towards the user, it can also help your search engine ranking because your site is user-friendly and catering to the site visitor.
SEO Basics / Re: Forum marketing
« Last post by John - Smith on 10-20-2018, 00:33:57 »
Relevant Forum marketing can help you.
SEO Basics / Re: Forum marketing
« Last post by georgebell on 10-20-2018, 00:19:09 »
Forum marketing is a great way to make your online business stand out from the crowd. ... Forum marketing is a high ROI strategy because making a good impression in front of this savvy and influential audience can help your marketing message spread far and wide.
Go to Manage Website.
Click the SEO tab.
Scroll down to More SEO Settings.
Under Manage 301 Redirects click Get Started.
Enter the URL extension of your old page (e.g., /about) under Old Page.
Click the Redirect to drop-down menu and select the page that the old page URL should redirect to.
SEO Basics / Re: website visibility.
« Last post by georgebell on 10-20-2018, 00:17:36 »
Website Visibility is the process of getting your website found on the internet when your prospects are searching for your related products and services. One of the best ways to increase your visibility is to get your site ranked in the main search engines of Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
SEO Basics / Re: How to fix sitemap issues?
« Last post by georgebell on 10-20-2018, 00:16:52 »
Click Add/Test Sitemap on the report landing page.
Enter the URL of the sitemap in the dialog that appears, and click Test.
When the test is completed, click Open Test Results to check for errors. Fix your errors.
After you fix your errors, can click Submit Sitemap.
SEO Basics / Re: Google Hummingbird
« Last post by georgebell on 10-20-2018, 00:15:01 »
Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search in 2013. Its name was derived from the speed and accuracy of the hummingbird. The change was announced on September 26, 2013, having already been in use for a month.
7 GOLDEN Points To Increase Flow Metrics
1. Increasing trust flow should be the main goal. To keep up the healthy ratio, trust flow should be higher. Increasing citation flow is somewhat pointless. Indirectly it means that, QUALITY OF BACKLINKS WIN OVER QUANTITY.

2. In 1000 backlinks vs. one authoritative backlink, the authoritative backlink is the clear winner.

3. Guest posting is the best way to get authoritative backlinks. However, guest posting should be kept to a minimum. The frequency at which the backlinks are built should be kept to a minimum, especially if your blog or site is new.

4. You should build links from authoritative sites within your niche only. Because MajesticSEO also takes account of topical trust scores. You should have a higher trust score in your niche or topic, to be ranked higher in Google.

5. Great internal linking strategies help in increasing the trust flow and citation flow. Strong homepage with high flow metrics can influence the pages linked from the homepage. Having backlinks to both the homepage and internal pages boosts flow metrics greatly.

6. .Gov and .Edu backlinks carry more trust score to your site or blog.

7. No-follow links also carry citation flow to some extent, but not trust flow.
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