Do you need 3,000-word content to rank on the top of Google’s first page? Or will a 700-word blog post do just fine?
Is the quality of information more important than the number of words a web page has? What does the evidence suggest?
These are some of the many questions that content marketers and SEO professionals often think about. Recent evidence suggests that Google prefers long-form content in the search engine results pages, and that’s the type of content that usually gets ranked on Google’s first page.
But does the search engine algorithm really work that way?
Google’s John Mueller recently responded to a question on Twitter and clarified some of these burning questions. (more…)
So, you have landed an SEO job or started your first website?
Congratulations! But what’s next?
What do you do first to hit the ground running? What are some of the steps that you should take right away?
Here is a list of 7 such SEO steps to take first when you start. (more…)
Google recently slipped an update that will likely irk most Google Ads advertisers and SEMs.
According to this update, Google will show less search term query data and will instead only show the terms that were searched by a lot of people.
Here is what a notification by Google said: (more…)
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