- Use common sense keywords on your site. You'd be surprised how many pages don't include the most important keywords. For search engines, this is a problem because the page is not clearly relevant to the right searches.
In light of some recent incidents in the blogosphere, we’re beginning to wonder. Google has never said outright that they are anti-SEO, but there’s a lot of evidence to support this theory. Here are three areas in which we see Google’s desire to be the arbiters of everything SEO starting to change the scene for online content creators:
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