In order to keep search results the best they can be, Google sometimes penalizes sites that participate in shady practices like buying links, hacked sites, and yes, duplicate content.
Sites that have a better user experience will be ranked higher, and if you’re not mobile friendly, that’s gonna be rough.
SEO is built on speculation. There are a lot of different theories and some persistent myths that I hope to dispel here.
Search engines have two jobs: crawling and indexing data, and then serving that data to users. Let's get into it.
Internal links are very easy, very intuitive, and very important for SEO.
If you’re running your own site, chances are you’ve picked up a lot of new skills along the way. From better photography to understanding a bit more about search engine optimization, being in charge of your own sex blog can be a great way to learn more about the internet. But sometimes your main focus is on the actual content of your blog, and not whether or not your site is experiencing any issues like broken pages or faulty analytics.
There is so much information in Google Analytics that it can be overwhelming, but if you have the time and patience, you can find some interesting insights.
While keywords certainly aren’t the be-all-end-all for SEO, and they absolutely aren’t a silver bullet, why not at least make sure that you’re doing what you can to ensure people can find you and your writing?