• Real Estate SEO | Creating Whitehat Backlinks | Third in a series of video tutorials
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    Real Estate SEO | Creating Whitehat Backlinks | Third in a series of video tutorials

    Hi, I’m Robert Newman hopefully you know that by now because this is the fourth in a series of videos on real estate SEO. This particular segment is about link building or sending signals to content that you’ve already created it is a very large piece of real estate search engine optimization and it’s important to mention that this entire video is specific to the real estate industry. So if you’re not in real estate you might want to find yourself another video on link building. If you are in real estate you are extremely lucky that you found this particular video. I’m gonna make it easy for you to…

  • If my web host has a lot of spammy clients, will that influence my site’s ranking?
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    If my web host has a lot of spammy clients, will that influence my site’s ranking?

    Today’s question comes from Bogdan Suvar. Bogdan asks, can the hosting company’s reputation (having lots of spammy sites) influence my site’s ranking in search results? I’m going to give the answer, typically not. And so let me tell you how that works. So typically, a hosting company has a lot of different stuff on it. Some of it will be good. Some of it will be bad. There will be some spam. But just because you happen to be on an IP address or using a hosting company that also hosts some spam, that doesn’t mean that you should be affected. So that’s why the answer is, typically not. Now,…

  • Fragment: Internal linking tool
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    Fragment: Internal linking tool

    In this video I’m going to tell you about our internal linking tool in Yoast SEO Premium. First of all let’s start with what the internal linking tool exactly is. Well, it’s a tool that gives you suggestions from related articles to the one you’re writing. You can use these suggestions to easily add meaningful links to your text. Please note though that this is a premium feature of our plugin.

  • Is Google putting more weight on brands in rankings?
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    Is Google putting more weight on brands in rankings?

    >>CUTTS: Hey, so we posted at 8:00 AM if anybody wanted to put some questions online. And it’s 11:00 AM, and we have 114 questions in three hours. So let’s try looking at a few of this. The first question is, “Can you verify that Google is putting more weight on “brands” in search engine rankings? If the answer is “Yes”–what is the definition–Google’s definition of a brand?” And that’s inspired by Aaron Wall’s recent blog post. That comes from Monica in Madison, Wisconsin. So I’ll try to give a pretty complete answer to this. I was planning on talking about it a little bit more at PubCon in Austin…

  • Your Reporting Tools Overview
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    Your Reporting Tools Overview

    So as a Roadside client, how do you know what we’re actually doing for you – and even more so, how do you know HOW your business is doing? Enter reports that are easy to understand, that you can expect on a regular basis! In this short video, We’re going to introduce your main reporting tools and the data that you can expect to find in them. SEO REPORT: since the majority of our clients require ongoing SEO work, You can probably expect to receive the SEO work report. In this report, You’ll see three sections: technical SEO work, on-page SEO work, miscellaneous work – and a summary of the…

  • Are results in different positions ranked by different algorithms?
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    Are results in different positions ranked by different algorithms?

    MATT CUTTS: Today’s question comes from Denmark. The question comes from Jacob who asks, “Does Google use the same algorithm to rank all the results on page 1, or different algorithms for a wider variety in the results?” So, positions 1 through 3 might be focused on freshness. Positions 4 through 6, they might be focused on the back-links. Position 7 through 10, you might be focused on social. So I’m only going to concentrate on the web ranking, because that’s what I know about. And in general, the rankings are not different for positions 1 through 3, and 4 through 6, and 7 through 10. It’s the same algorithm…

  • Lesson 13: What is crawlability? – SEO for beginners training
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    Lesson 13: What is crawlability? – SEO for beginners training

    As mentioned in the first module, a search engine like Google uses crawlers, also named spiders, robots or simply bots, to follow links. When the crawler finds your site, it will start to read posts and pages on your site. The crawler will read the content of those posts and pages and will add the HTML version of these pages to a gigantic database, called the index. This index is updated every time the crawler visits your website and finds a new or revised version of it. Depending on how important Google deems your site and the amount of changes you make on your website, the crawler comes around more…

  • Let’s Talk about Search engines
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    Let’s Talk about Search engines

    everybody wants to know how to do SEO but until you don’t really get WHY you do it you are not going to go very far so why is it that we do SEO… let’s talk about search engines today search engines are the primary way to find information it used to be that people were using like dictionaries and encyclopedias now how many of you have been using a dictionary in the past five years that five so today if you need to know something you just google it so you have a phone in your pocket you just get the phone and look for it and search engines…