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Download Google Search Engine Optimization (SEO) starter guide

Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide from Google helps you to investigate the issues of SEO (search engine optimization) of your web site or blog and provides some of the useful information into a single consistent document.

SEO could have a noticeable impact on your site's (blog) user experience and performance in organic search results. This guide explains some of the clear-cut SEO recommendations you can adopt for your site such as choosing unique and accurate title and description meta tags, URL structure, site navigation, content creation, anchor text, and more.

“Although this guide won't tell you any secrets that'll automatically rank your site first
for queries in Google, following the best practices outlined in the guide will make it easier for search engines to both crawl and index your content” You can download it here.


  1. A good Search engine marketing company will use a variety of tools to generate a list of effective keywords for your website. The firm should also look at what your competitors are doing with keywords and SEO and recommend a dynamic marketing strategy to help you compete effectively.


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