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Frantic Semantics – How NOT To Use Semantic SEO

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There’s a great deal of talk about using ‘semantic’ language to help optimize web pages for search engines, but at the same time, relatively little understanding.

I have also seem some grossly misleading advice offered with regard to semantic keyword use which, if followed, is more likely to see you expelled from Google’s search results rather than promoted.

Let us imagine that you are selling an online business opportunity, and so your keyword phrase is going to be ‘online business’. You might ...

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LSI, SEO & The Murky Waters Of Google Ranking

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Almost certainly you already understand the importance of having search engine optimized (SEO) articles and content on your website. Unless your web content is solely and entirely for the benefit of a few people who actively go directly to your website, your hard work is unlikely to be seen by more than a handful of people who accidentally stumble across it, or have dedicated many hours in the pursuit of knowledge.

Because of the sheer number of websites and web pages ...

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The Best Kept Secret About SEO – What The Experts Don’t Want You To Know

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Would you like to know the best kept secret when it comes to search engine optimized (SEO) web content? Are you keen to discover the one thing that all the SEO experts are holding back from you when apparently divulging amazing inside secrets about guaranteed placements with Google? Well, I’m happy to be able to tell you the one thing that these experts are not telling you.

Nobody actually has any idea what exactly SEO is.

Well, all right, perhaps that’s not entirely ...

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Article Services – Common Mythunderstandings

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A quick search on Google for article services came up with nearly half a million results, and looking up articles produced over a billion results in less than tenth of a second.

That’s pretty impressive – but why are articles, and article services, such hot business at the moment? The truth is, that if you’re asking that question, you’re almost certainly in need of cashing in on the internet of today, rather than the tired old ways people used to try ...

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Google’s LSI – Helping Writers Write For Real Audiences

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I am constantly astonished at the number of companies and organisations who ask me to write SEO web content and Google optimized articles, with a minimum keyword density of 3%, preferably up to around 5%.

It seems that many of these companies are trying to be helpful, by passing on the ‘expert’ advice they have gained from SEO advisors and freelance writers out to make quick cash.

As I point out to these prospective clients, a keyword density of even 2% will ...

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Time To Kill The Mighty & Wonderful Adjective?

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As an enthusiastic writer I have many books written by professional writers and authors, giving their views on how the job should be done. One suggestion I read a little whileback is that a budding writer should attempt to do away with adjectives.

Apparently, adjectives are a lazy way of writing, and are a clear indication of an amateur writer trying to make his prose more flowery and impressive.

There may be some truth in this, but simply because I am right ...

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Traditional English – Does Such A Thing Really Exist?

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When it comes to the English language, I see myself as something of a traditionalist.

Other people may see me as an old fashioned stick in the mud, or just simply a stubborn English mule. I’m the sort of person whose fingers become twitchy whenever I strole through a market and see apostrophes scattered liberally as though they were on a buy one get one free – “Luverley apostrophes – five fer a pound luv!”

As you might imagine, when it comes ...

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