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

Do:

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.

Don’t:

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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