Don’t fell into the trap of filling spaces or meeting word counts. Write for your audience. In the early days of Internet, content was the key factor in getting high ranks in search results. More content meant more space to stuff keywords. And higher keyword density and frequency led to higher rankings. Websites with lots of content would rule the roost. Over the period of time, with Google giving value to quality content and user experience, content has trimmed down from web pages.
Regular expressions can make your life easier. Without an understanding of regular expressions, it's hard to imagine a filters customization and user segments in Google Analytics, or rules in GTM, or RewriteRule in .htaccess. Also, it's widely used by SEOs to solve different tasks. In this post we'll learn how to use regexps and check out different use cases with them.
Recently, I did office hours for a few YCombinator startups, and SEO was a popular topic. I was giving similar advice to each startup, so decided to write a blog to document the advice I gave. In this post, I’ll talk about how to get started with SEO at very early stage companies, up to the point where there is enough traffic to run SEO experiments.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving a website's rank in search engine result pages. Marketers use search engine optimization to reach more customers who are searching online for the solutions or services they offer. SEO is often characterized by "white hat" tactics–those tactics that are found not to violate the rules of search engines like Googe–and "black hat" which use tactics that are disallowed by the engines. These are the best articles on search engine optimization for growth marketers who want to know how to grow their business with SEO.
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