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    1. Duplicate Content
    2. Spam Backlinks
    3. Broken links
    4. Keyword Stuff
    5. Avoid note regular analyse
    6. 404 Error
    7. Irrelevant Anchor Text
    8. Irrelevant Landing Page


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    #1 – Optimizing content around one keyword.
    #2 – Neglecting dated content.
    #3 – Forgetting mobile users.
    #4 – Not optimizing for site speed.
    #7 – Serving up hard-to-read blocks of content.


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    you need to watch always the news about google's algorithm to know what is wrong and how you can be more effective


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    One of the biggest mistakes in impatience, when lots of things are done in a short period of time and then you do nothing. You cause an alert and the stats stop growing. Also the lack of fresh content and social signals are serious mistakes.


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    SEO Mistakes in My Way

    1> Choosing the Wrong Keywords

    Optimizing is all about the keywords that you want your website to rank for. But are you are choosing the right ones?

    2> Using Keyword Stuffing

    You might think using your target keywords in every sentence of your content would boost your ratings. That strategy couldn’t be more wrong. In fact, going overboard with using keywords is registered as spammy by search engines, which means it actually hurts your SEO performance.

    3> Not About Your Keywords

    Another common pitfall in SEO optimization is producing content that is not actually about your keywords. The problem is that you want to rank for a certain keyword, but you fail to focus the text on your target topic. Search engines like Google want to serve their users with the most relevant content for people’s search terms. Thus, if your content does not answer user needs, it won’t rank well.

    4> Duplicate Content

    This next typical mistake is related to the quality of your content. While duplicating texts was a common practice back in the day, today search engines penalize this approach. Copying and plagiarizing content is seen as a spammy practice and is highly discouraged.

    5> Title Tags & Meta Descriptions

    Optimizing your content does not finish once you include a target keyword in your articles. Title tags and meta descriptions are essential elements of SEO that should not be forgotten. Skipping them means a huge missed potential for your content. These optimizing factors are considered by search engines when crawling your website, so if properly done, they can improve the performance of your content.


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    I am not agreed with no3 because SEO doesn't have rights to chose the topic but SEO have abilty to move that topic to there keyword that is the beauty of work.

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    I am not agreed with no3 because SEO doesn't have rights to chose the topic but SEO have abilty to move that topic to there keyword that is the beauty of work.

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    Windows operating system is very popular and amazing OS. You can complete your technical tasks very easily here. But sometimes you get some error issues like Windows stop error, Windows update errors, Windows defender errors, BSOD errors, etc and the computer becomes inaccessible. In this case, you must go through the proper error troubleshooting process to fix all these error issues.


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    Bad back links
    ignoring image
    duplicate meta tags


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    1. NOT FOCUSING ON RELEVANT CONTENT

    When the search giant Google first arrived on the scene in the early 1990s, they revealed everything you ever needed to know about search engine optimization within one simple sentence. It went something like this:
    We want the website with the most relevant content to always appear in the #1 slot for any given search.”
    That motto still holds true many years and thousands of algorithm changes later; Google has essentially never changed. They simply became better at meeting their original objective of discovering what’s relevant to their users.

    2. BEING LURED BY BLACK HAT TEMPTATIONS

    There have always been plenty of ways to “cheat” the search engines by using spam tactics for backlinks, exposure, and traffic. While some of these methods will still yield a temporary gain, they can also lead to long-term penalties once they’re discovered. Here are just a few to avoid:

    Using duplicate or low-quality content
    Keyword stuffing or hiding words on-page
    Questionable redirects and traffic patterns
    “Scraping” (i.e., stealing) content from other sites
    Cloaking or other tactics to hide a site’s real intent

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    Search engine optimization (SEO) has evolved more in the past few years than in the previous two decades combined, which has made it difficult for the average entrepreneur to keep up with the latest updates. There are Google algorithm updates such as Penguin and Panda to fight link spam and poor content quality, Pigeon to focus on local results, and new machine learning technology like RankBrain to strengthen the main algorithm’s accuracy. There have even been mobile updates to reward websites that optimize for smartphone users.

    Nevertheless, these steps were a necessity to create a level playing field for all domains. It’s important, however, to steer clear of all the technical jargon and focus on what really matters to the modern search engines—results that matter to consumers.

    Avoiding these ten common SEO mistakes is the easiest way to meet that objective.

    1. NOT FOCUSING ON RELEVANT CONTENT
    When the search giant Google first arrived on the scene in the early 1990s, they revealed everything you ever needed to know about search engine optimization within one simple sentence. It went something like this:

    “We want the website with the most relevant content to always appear in the #1 slot for any given search.”
    That motto still holds true many years and thousands of algorithm changes later; Google has essentially never changed. They simply became better at meeting their original objective of discovering what’s relevant to their users.

    What Google found was that users seek experiences with sites that share comprehensive, well-written information with modern styling and simple navigation. These types of domains have become known as authority websites and it should be every site owner’s goal to fall into this category. The easiest way to accomplish this task is by providing unique, in-depth content that directly focuses on topics users are actively searching for.

    2. BEING LURED BY BLACK HAT TEMPTATIONS
    There have always been plenty of ways to “cheat” the search engines by using spam tactics for backlinks, exposure, and traffic. While some of these methods will still yield a temporary gain, they can also lead to long-term penalties once they’re discovered. Here are just a few to avoid:

    Using duplicate or low-quality content
    Keyword stuffing or hiding words on-page
    Questionable redirects and traffic patterns
    “Scraping” (i.e., stealing) content from other sites
    Cloaking or other tactics to hide a site’s real intent
    While it may be tempting to take a few shortcuts, it’s simply not worth the risk of having a website de-indexed from search engines entirely.

    3. CAUSING POOR LOAD TIMES WITH AN OVERLOADED WEBSITE

    Business leaders have been told for quite some time now that photographs, videos, custom banners, and other types of graphics will increase a website’s overall appeal to consumers. While that statement is certainly still true, it’s essential to balance these features with the actual loading time of the website. If the performance is not up to par, then customers will be quick to leave. This is especially important for users on mobile devices that lack large amounts of memory or strong Internet connections.

    4. MAKING IT HARD TO FIND IMPORTANT CONTENT
    One of the most common mistakes in search engine optimization is forgetting about how important navigation is both for customers and search engines alike. In an ideal world, a customer would be able to find any necessary information within two to three clicks from the homepage. Since that’s not always an option, important content and frequently asked questions should be grouped as much as possible in a central location. Additionally, each page should be clearly labeled and properly formatted so the content is easy to consume.

    5. MISTAKES WITH 301 AND 302 REDIRECTS
    Whenever content is moved from one URL to another, the search engines will automatically consider it a new page with no ranking history unless a 301 redirect or a 302 redirect is made. By rule, 301’s permanently transfer authority while 302’s are considered temporary and signal that the content will return to its original location at some point in the future. There is also a 404 status code available for times when content is permanently removed and not available anywhere else online.

    6. FAILING TO UNDERSTAND THE BACKLINK PROCESS
    Another common mistake in the search engine world is to obsess over the acquisition of backlinks. While every site does need outside mentions from relevant domains to establish credibility, it’s important that backlinks are acquired naturally. That does not mean that companies should not try to acquire backlinks, but any form of directly purchasing backlinks is heavily frowned upon

    7. FORGETTING ABOUT LOCAL SEARCHES
    Numerous studies in recent years have shown that up to 92 percent of all U.S. consumers perform a local search on their smartphones before visiting a brick-and-mortar store. Since these are motivated buyers who are ready to make an immediate purchase, ignoring them or presenting incorrect business information can have a devastating impact on a local business.

    8. FORGETTING THE IMPORTANCE OF FRESH CONTENT
    It would be easy to assume that once a website has many pages of solid content that seems to convert at a favorable rate, then there is no longer a reason to publish anything else. However, that’s not the case. Search engines prefer domains that frequently publish new content because it’s a signal that the business is active and dedicated to meeting the customer’s needs.

    9. USING POOR INTERNAL LINKING STRATEGIES
    While it’s common knowledge that using keywords as anchor text is preferable for inbound links, very few businesses seem to use this tactic on their own websites. For example, a very common mistake is to place “click here” on contact and lead pages, even though the phrase means nothing to the search engines.

    10. EXPECTING DRAMATIC RESULTS OVERNIGHT
    Finally, it’s essential to realize that search engine optimization is an ever-evolving process that requires a large time investment and plenty of hard work. Consumers should beware of offers promising “lightning-fast results” or “instant first page rankings.” These things are almost impossible to achieve naturally without an enormous advertising budget and some serious influencers pushing the campaign.

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