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Local #SEO Good way to increase Instant Local #Traffic
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Should I structure my site using subdomains or subdirectories?

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Why You Should Not Trust SEO Software/Tools !

Making a Google friendly website is very good practice, but going by over-simplified and unsolicited SEO audits, and fixing all shitty errors is awful tommyrot. Practically, we see --how agencies/firms without understanding a CMS and code complexity of a website export a hokey-pokey report that scares anybody as if their websites are fucking crap.  

Automation helps a lot in the software industry; however, I’m not a big fan of such automation in SEO. Software/tools scan every bits and pieces of a website from a crawler perspective, and shows tons of errors that don’t sometimes make sense. All that is shown may not be as prominent as many SEO professionals consider. Sometimes, such audits may cause more than good in today’s semantic search environment. Be advised to pick through the fluff to find the Tic-Tac of truth.  

Read here the full post - http://www.digitalgossips.com/2014/04/why-you-should-not-trust-seo.html

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What Does The Google Look For -
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http://www.digitalgossips.com/2013/10/should-businesses-learn-lesson-from.html

We are all talking monkeys on an organic spaceship, and flying through the web with mass production of content to game the system. Most of us are hell-bent on winning the game with a large volume of content production by setting up a ‘content factory’ as if this is going to be a one stop solution or a magic wand for Google

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Matt Cutts Keynote at PubCon 2013


Matt Cutts Keynote at PubCon 2013

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