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3 Areas to Audit on Local Sites to Create a Stronger SEO Foundation

In the realm of SEO, as Bill Hunt once put it so well, you have to get the basics right before you even begin to think about innovating. A foundation allows you to put your best foot forward. If you try to build or add on to your house with a weak foundation, you’re only setting […]

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New Research Gives Clues About Links and Top Ranked Sites

New research data shows the inbound link patterns of sites that rank. The results of the study has mixed results. Looked at one way, the research indicates that links tend to play less of a role in ranking. Interestingly, there were startling differences when commercial queries were compared with informational queries. In the following graphs, […]

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Google’s John Mueller Offers Guidance on Building AMP-Only Sites

Google’s John Mueller recently provided some advice on what to look out for when creating an AMP-only site. A site owner started a thread on Reddit asking whether it was a good idea to have an AMP-only site, or if it would be more beneficial to add some regular pages as well. Mueller replied saying […]

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Google is Testing a Way to Add All of a Site’s Subdomains to Search Console

Google Search Console is testing a way for users to easily add all data for a site’s subdomains, protocols, and subpaths. In order to accomplish this, Google has created a new type of web property called a Domain property. Adding a Domain property to Search Console would also add all protocol and subdomain variations for […]

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