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"The name of the game is to not push the envelope." - James Schramko. Get other best practices in our 3-part series on SEO experiments and their surprising results. Link in bio.   Like the show? Subscribe to #SuperFastBusinessPodcast  #SuperFastBusiness

474 – Counterintuitive SEO Experiments Tune-Up Series – Part 1

press release links do not work and it’s not a valid strategy for people to implement to try and gain more links to their site.   Find out why in this SEO Series

press release links do not work and it’s not a valid strategy for people to implement to try and gain more links to their site. Find out why in this SEO Series

Does the text before or after the link affect the ranking of the target page? So if you have the keyword not in the link itself but next to the link, does that help Google determine what the page is about and does it ultimately affect rankings?  Find out more in this episode

Discover how anchor texts, proximity and PR links can affect the ranking of your site.

So when you’re doing SEO service provision, you’re definitely paying attention to the ratio of links coming to a site that have the exact text. You are going to make sure that it helps Google understand what the page is about.

475 – Counterintuitive SEO Experiments Tune-Up Series – Part 2

Anchor text is the text, clickable text element that’s in a link that points to your website. An example, if you have a third-party website mentioning you within that content and there’s a hyperlink from that content through to your website, the actual text component of that is what’s called the anchor text.  Get more SEO advice here itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/james-schramko-superfast-business/id529116499

Discover how anchor texts, proximity and PR links can affect the ranking of your site.

Mobilegeddon was the name given to the big update that Google did around April last year, 2015. It was publicly announced by Google as a big change to their algorithm. What they were looking to do was weight very heavily the performance of websites as they relate to mobile searches. So essentially, if a site wasn’t mobile-friendly, they would demote it in the search results.  Find out more here itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/james-schramko-superfast-business/id529116499

474 – Counterintuitive SEO Experiments Tune-Up Series – Part 1

So it’s worth noting this. We always steer towards what does Google want? They want people to get a relevant result and to have their search query match up with the perfect answer. If that’s the case, then having the click-through rate high would have to be a good thing for you as a website owner.  Do this next action step, revealed here itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/james-schramko-superfast-business/id529116499

Today is a very special series we’re doing, especially relating to SEO. Even more so because it’s a counterintuitive SEO tune-up series, it’s a three-part series, and I’d like to welcome my guest for these three shows, James Reynolds.

I will probably be happy to accept just based on my own findings that it’s worth putting in the extra effort to make your page titles and descriptions click worthy.  Get more SEO tips here  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/james-schramko-superfast-business/id529116499

Counterintuitive SEO Experiments Tune-Up Series – Part 1

But in SEO, which is always been really about links and content, there wasn’t really that many people that thought it was a rank-influencing factor. That was until some dude from Google let something slip. It often happens, just gives a tiny hint away, and some inquisitive SEOs then go and explore it. Get the whole episode here https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/james-schramko-superfast-business/id529116499

474 – Counterintuitive SEO Experiments Tune-Up Series – Part 1


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