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A little tip for SEO...

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimisation' started by K, Oct 16, 2013.

  1. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Think questions and answers - the new algorithm and ones to follow will pay huge importance on finding people answers to questions they search.
     
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  3. abhi_garg

    abhi_garg Banned

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    I think most of webmasters won't like to comment on New algorithm because old algorithm updates has already changed everything.
     
  4. lengman

    lengman Affiliate affiliate

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    Great point, hummingbird was a big giveaway. Compile a nice list of longtails for your chosen topic and be sure to include them in headers and answer questions in the article! Try and and cover a broad range.
     
  5. desjardins2013

    desjardins2013 Affiliate affiliate

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    100% agree - think about your own searches. How often are we simply now searching for something xxx xxx - majority of people are now asking questions in there search...
     
  6. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Also, the same rule applies for YouTube videos.
     
  7. shahbaj

    shahbaj Affiliate affiliate

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    Not bad at all.
     
  8. johnmallan

    johnmallan Affiliate affiliate

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    In my suggestion users doesn’t have any big difference from these two algorithms. However it is slightly change from old algorithm.
     
  9. __jane__

    __jane__ Affiliate affiliate

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    Great info in this thread!

    Thanks :D
     
  10. johnmallan

    johnmallan Affiliate affiliate

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    New algorithm has little changes as of old algorithm so it does not have any big difference.
     
  11. douglasobrien

    douglasobrien Affiliate affiliate

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    Only little changes are there on new algorithm while comparing to old algorithm. Thanks for this info.
     

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