Myths about Google SEO

Myth-1: The greater my tags and menu items I use for posts, the better result I’ll achieve on Google.

Fact-1: Using a high amount of tags & categories that have little or none to do with your posts, so won’t increase your website’s visibility. In fact, Google does not rely on just tags or indeed categories — Google can now tell what your post is about.

Myth-2: Making a number of identical sites regarding sailboats & making regular use of sailboat-related references in your posts will only help me get a some of the sailboat-ish traffic.

Fact-2: Google will now frown on your duplicated content, if you have multiple similar sites, your ranking may suffer. Also, it’s a good idea to use quality keywords in your blogs and post titles.

Our SEO Dos and Do Not’s


Keep publishing original content.

Use some precise tags & categories.

Written for the human ear.

Build traffic in the cleaver, natural ways.

Choose clean, relevant slugs.

Taglines that are descriptive.

Add keywords selectively.


Create duplicate websites.

“Cram” your website into crap categories.

Worry about search engine optimisation at the expense of creating quality content!

Myth-3: I’ll do a better job myself.

Fact: There is a reason why professional website support companies exist, they are seasoned in the knowledge of performing magic and achieving those results.

Think of it this way: Garbage in – Garbage out! if you don’t put quality work into the content of your website you will never be able to compete on Google against your competitors in the

cut-throat online business world.

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