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If you’re reading this, it’s probably not on a Google SERP. Over half the time, Google generates its own description, although social apps may use it to preview shared posts. However, character display limit variations and no search ranking impact mean the meta just isn’t that important to SEO.
Recipe blogs present an interesting case study when it comes to SEO. The way that they’re evaluated by the Google algorithm differs from other types of content, presenting new challenges for ranking well.
Many content marketers reach a point where they are struggling to develop new content that is relevant to their website and KPIs. However, while it is possible to bloat your website with unnecessary content, this is typically due to a failure to properly readjust your content strategy over time.
Many people believe that Google is biased against particular views or websites. This is not the case. Google is biased, but they are biased in favor of good content and the interests of their paid advertisers.
As a key element of many SEO efforts, marketers may wonder about how long blog posts retain their value. While there is no definitive answer, there are some consistent outcomes that can point us in the right direction to develop content with strong long-term value.
It is important for any marketer to understand that SEO strategy necessarily differs substantially from other, more traditional marketing strategies. SEO typically employs a more gradual development strategy that promotes organic growth.
If you’re operating in an e-commerce space that is dominated by large corporations, it can be difficult to rank well in organic search. However, you can still earn traffic by taking advantage of your sharper focus and setting strategic goals.
Many spaces in organic search are highly competitive, making it difficult for newer companies to rank in them. Long-tail keywords can help you to earn traffic in competitive spaces while setting you up to achieve your long-term SEO goals.