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Know the SEO Terms: Essential Guide For Small Business Owners Having no Technical Knowledge  Hello everyone.   You probably heard about the term SEO, know the importance of it or maybe taking SEO service from freelancer or any agency but lack the i…

What are Vector and Raster Graphics? How vector graphics improve content value?

Hi everyone, This article explains the difference between vector and raster graphics and how you can utilize vector images to improve your content and add more value to it. (Image courtesy: Buzzle.com) In our day to day life, we see different pictures, i…

Web 2.0 For SEO: Brief Guide

Web  2.0 are a kind of website that provides an opportunity to users to interact with the websites they are viewing by various ways such as commenting etc. It is not like static websites. There are lots of online platform or services that lets us create such w…

SEO Technical Audit in 2018: A Brief Guide For Beginners

Website technical audit 2018 We do website technical audit to find any technical error on our website that are hindering the SEO performance and fix them properly. You  can say technical audit as health checkup for website. While some errors can be fixed without…

On Page SEO Tutorial : A Beginner's Guide

On Page SEO Ranking Factors  In the previous article, I have described how to  manually audit a website   and find errors to fix them. Now, come to the next important task in SEO. That is on page seo.  What do we mean by On-page SEO? Th…

Website Silo for SEO: A Beginner's Guide

Creating Silo for SEO Benefits In previous articles, I have talked about various  on page seo tactics . Here i am going to describe about SEO silo in brief.  This silo plays an important role in improving on page seo and thus ranking on google. While  auditing …

Sitemap.xml For SEO : A Beginner's Guide

All About Sitemap.xml file in SEO In my previous article  Onpage SEO , I have mentioned sitemap.xml and sitemap.html files. In this article, I am going to cover those topics a little bit more in-depth.

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