Follow what you mamma says and you will be a good boy. This piece of advice sounds so cool and so sound. It appears that following your mamma’s words will make you sail through the words. This might be true for a 5-year old, but
To answer that question one must first ask: what is SEO success? What is the success in ranking #1 for a keyword that doesn’t bring any traffic? Or ranking #100 for a keyword that could bring thousands of visitors per day? Both traffic and SERP
Google is the king of search industry. There is no doubt about it, but still not everyone uses Google. In fact, only around 60 percent of people use Google to search (ComScore Data), and rest of them uses other search engines. Bing and Yahoo (which
Search engine relies on two things when it decides to show certain website for a searched terms or not. One is the content and on-page SEO factors of the website, and another is inbound link to the website. Inbound links, of the two, have more
If we borrow metaphors from athletics then SEO is not a 100-meter race, it’s a marathon, in which you have to run many miles, and to succeed in which you only do not need a lot of practice, but a lot of stamina as well.
For a business to succeed, a pool of highly qualified employees is required, regardless of the size and nature of a business. Gone are the days when the highly qualified individuals were not available for small businesses because of the small businesses’ inability to pay