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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: Is Word Count A Google Ranking Factor?
« on: September 24, 2022, 06:53:52 PM »
Although it makes up a very minor portion of SEO, word count is significant. More words in your content may increase your chances of ranking lower in the SERP. Your title and description should contain no more words than necessary.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: Is keyword density still matter in SEO?
« on: September 24, 2022, 06:53:20 PM »
The density of keywords still matters, yes. Today, there is much less talk about keyword density in SEO circles, but it is still a crucial component of effective SEO. The fact that other SEOs have started to ignore it merely gives those who are prepared to put in the chance to develop well-optimized content.

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On websites, a breadcrumb is a written path that shows the user where they are on the site. Users can trace their location on a website and how far they are from the homepage using breadcrumbs, which are links on a website.
Importance of breadcrumbs
1-Improved site ranking
2-Better user experience
3-Lower bounce rates

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There are a few key elements to consider when structuring URLs for SEO.

1. Keep your URLs short - your site has done well with this.

2. Maintain a logical hierarchy in your folder and content architecture, as this is important to search engines.

3. It would be preferable if your URLs look like this: www(dot)XYZ(dot)com/web-apps/easy-webforms-app
Incorporate relevant keywords into your URLs.

4. Use static URLs; your site does an excellent job of this.
Because URLs are case sensitive, keep all URLs written in lowercase letters - this looks nice.

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Backlink indexing is essential for enhancing your SEO strategy—more on the importance of backlink indexing later. There are several methods for getting Google to index backlinks faster.
1. Have quality content
2. Be patient and wait for Google to adapt your backlinks naturally
3. Build tier two links
4. Share your information on social media.
5. Submit URLs to the Google search console
6. Ping Your page URLs through the backlink indexer
7. Build links for relevance

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Here is the list of Social Media Marketing podcast recommendations for you.
1) Instagram Marketing Secrets
2) Instagram Secrets
3) Simple Pin Podcast
4) Figure Influencer
5) The Blogging Millionaire
6) Visual Marketing With Tailwind
7) Your Digital Marketing Coach 8)Ace The Gram
9) Ask Pat 2.0
10) Influencer entrepreneurs
I hope this will help you.

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Hi
I use Shared hosting for my blog site with 1k/daily traffic when I publish a post on my Blog, the I/O usage and other resource usages go at maximum and the website goes down and it stays longer to go back to normal. Why is this issue happening? Should I upgrade to VPS?

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General Discussion / Re: Regarding Website Security
« on: October 21, 2021, 03:44:45 PM »
To secure a WordPress website hosted on a Cpanel server, here are some tips hope will help you.

1. Keeping WordPress themes, plugins updated and, taking backups on regular basis.
2. Set alphanumeric Passwords, user permissions, and password protection for important files and folders.
3. Use trusted references to get install themes and plugins.
4. Set security plugins to your WordPress site.

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Hi,
I have my eCommerce website with just 60 product pages. But the website is a little bit slow and, the page speed is also low. Just wondering, does page speed is a big deal for the ranking in Google? If yes, then how to improve this? 

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You can disable the notifications directly from Web Host Manager in cPanel & WHM.

For more detailed information, you can go with this video and follow step by step process:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1LelxWXRaw

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Hello guys, currently I'm using shared hosting for my website and facing a lot of spam email issues under inadequate spam protection.
I would just like to know what solutions you're currently using for email spam protection.

I prefer using an outside email service like Google Apps / Office 365. Google Apps has Superior spam filtering and is extremely easy to unite with a domain. You can also tweak your spam assassin settings, you will find that you can block the majority of the spam.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / What are hreflang usage in websites?
« on: September 03, 2021, 05:58:19 PM »
I have seen many websites that use hreflang in multilingual websites. Can anyone help me understand the usage of hreflang in websites?

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For any business website, Website migration is one of the biggest challenges.

One of the main threats to fear website migrations by business owners is that there are so many steps that something can go wrong, especially when you are not having any experience with this process.
For Website migration, you must have a proper website migration plan.

Lack of preparation for Website migration can be a cause of disasters
to the website. It will be nearly unmanageable to get all of the things that could go wrong. One mistake does not allow you to restore the loss of ranking.
Website migrations are crucial to all website growth strategies, so it’s of vital importance that the process goes easily.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: What is a Dwell Time?
« on: June 14, 2021, 04:03:20 PM »
Dwell Time is the amount of time passed in between when a user clicks on a search result (website) and then returns back to the search engine result pages (SERP).

A less than 5 second can be said to be a Short Dwell Time and can be an indicator of low-quality content on the search engine result pages.

A good Dwell Time can be said to be 1–2 minutes. A good Dwell Time is a boost for the website owner as it is an indicator of visitors reading their content.


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Web Hosting / Re: What is CDN?
« on: May 15, 2021, 02:34:50 PM »
A content distribution network handles about half of the internet's traffic (CDN). The CDN's aim is to minimize latency by reducing the actual distance that the request needs to pass, the gap between uploading a request for a web page and the web page loading entirely on your computer.

CDNs store a cached version of the website material in different geographical locations around the globe, defined as "points of presence" to counteract this (PoPs). These PoPs will have their own caching servers and are responsible for distributing the content at the position of the customer.

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