SEO monitoring

Ongoing SEO monitoring and reporting | SEO Tutorials class – 20

Ongoing SEO monitoring and reporting is essential for ensuring that your SEO efforts are driving the desired results. Here are some examples of how to conduct ongoing SEO monitoring and reporting: When it comes to reporting, it’s important to present data in a way that is easy to understand and actionable. You can create monthly …

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Managing broken links

Managing broken links | SEO Tutorials class – 19

Broken links can negatively impact a website’s search engine optimization (SEO) because they can lead to a poor user experience and hurt a site’s credibility with both users and search engines. Broken links can occur for a variety of reasons, including when a webpage is moved or deleted, or when a link is mistyped or …

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Duplicate content

Duplicate content prevention | SEO Tutorials class – 18

Duplicate content refers to content that appears in more than one location on the internet. Search engines like Google frown upon duplicate content as it can lead to a poor user experience. To prevent duplicate content, there are a few methods that can be employed. This tells search engines that ( is the preferred version …

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Use of structured data

Use of structured data (such as JSON-LD) | SEO Tutorials class – 17

Structured data is a type of code that enables search engines to better understand the content of a webpage. One popular format for structured data is JSON-LD, which stands for JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data. JSON-LD allows website owners to embed structured data into their HTML code, which can help search engines better understand …

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Canonicalization | SEO Tutorials class – 15

Canonicalization is the process of selecting the preferred URL for a page when there are multiple URLs that could lead to the same content. The main purpose of canonicalization is to avoid duplicate content issues that can negatively impact a website’s search engine rankings. Here are some examples of canonicalization: ( and ( are two …

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Analytics tracking

Analytics tracking setup | SEO Tutorials class – 14

Setting up analytics tracking is an essential part of any SEO strategy. It allows you to monitor the performance of your website, track user behavior, and measure the effectiveness of your SEO efforts. In this tutorial, we will cover the basics of analytics tracking setup and provide some examples. Example: Let’s say you have an …

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Scheme Markup

Schema markup implementation | SEO Tutorials class – 13

Schema markup is a type of structured data that can be added to your website’s HTML code to provide search engines with more information about your content. This helps search engines better understand your content and can lead to richer search results for your website. Here are some examples of schema markup implementation: This markup …

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Page speed optimization

Page speed optimization | SEO Tutorials class – 12

Page speed optimization is an important aspect of search engine optimization (SEO) as it can significantly impact user experience and search engine rankings. In this tutorial, we will explore some techniques and examples of page speed optimization. Example: Let’s take an example of a webpage that has multiple style sheets and scripts, resulting in a …

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Mobile optimization

Mobile optimization | SEO Tutorials class – 11

Mobile optimization is the process of making sure that your website is designed and structured to provide the best possible user experience for visitors who are accessing your site on mobile devices. In today’s world, with more and more people using mobile devices to access the internet, it’s essential to optimize your website for mobile …

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