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junaid mughal
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4 days ago

As an #SEO, you know that keyword research is essential for the success of any website. But what if you're starting from scratch? What are the best keywords to target in your initial research?

There are a few common #mistakes that SEOs make when researching keywords for new sites. The first mistake is targeting too general of a keyword. If your site is targeting a broad term like "shoes," you'll be competing with major brands like Nike and Adidas. The second mistake is targeting too specific of a keyword. If your site only sells one type of shoe, it's going to be hard to rank for that term.

So how do you find the right balance? A good rule of thumb is to target keywords that have between 1,000 and 3,000 monthly searches. This will give you enough traffic to be successful, but not so much competition that you can't rank well. You also want to make sure that the keywords are relevant to your site's topic.

When doing your initial research, it's important to use a variety of tools. Google Keyword Planner is a great place to start, but don't forget about other sources like competitor analysis and search engine trends data. By using a mix of tools, you'll get the most accurate picture of which keywords are worth targeting https://www.linkedin.com/in/junaid-mughal-3aa480237/ #like #success #digitalmarketing #smartseo #seo #mistake #placemylink #seospecialist #research #data #google #advice #jobsearch

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junaid mughal
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10 days ago

#SEO_law #Law_Firm_SEO

#SEO_law #Law_Firm_SEO is a relatively new and unknown area of law. It covers the legal aspects of search engine optimization, or the techniques used to improve the ranking of a website on search engines.

There are many different techniques that can be used to improve your website's ranking, and some of these techniques may be illegal. It's important to understand what is and isn't allowed under SEO law, so you don't run into any legal trouble.

One common technique that can cause problems is keyword stuffing. This is when you include too many keywords on your website, in an attempt to increase your ranking. However, this can actually get you penalized by Google, and can even lead to a lawsuit.

Another common issue is copyright infringement. You need to be careful not to use the copyrighted content without permission from the owner. If you're caught infringing on someone's copyright, you could face serious legal penalties.

The best way to avoid any legal issues is to familiarize yourself with #SEO_law and stay within the bounds of the law. By doing so, you can ensure that your website stays safe and avoids any potential penalties #seo #searchengineoptimization #legal #busniess #tips #law #legalissues #seolaw #google #lawfirms

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Basem AbouJudom
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2 months ago

Do you guys need to complete any certification if your trying to get into IT?? #jobsearch #application #hiringevents #Google #ITSupport

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I do.

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Tana Tuggle
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Phoenix, but relocating to North Carolina soon

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Karen Murphy
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over 6 months ago

Check out this great job at Google. Minimum qualifications: High school diploma or G.E.D., or equivalent practical experience 2 years of Relationship Management or Account Management experience Has a valid U.S. driver's license. Travel for in-field work, as required

https://careers.google.com/jobs/results/84566950690071238/ #nowhiring #jobsearch #google #sandiego #jobhunt #jobsearchsandiego #careerpath #GED #highschool #career #salary #RelationshipManager

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William Nelson
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over 6 months ago

I answered a request on Google Maps to add information about a place I had just visited. This lead me to dig into this feature and the group called Local Guides

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James Wilson
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over 6 months ago

Ageism at Work. Even Google is guilty. Imagine being told "your ideas are obsolete". I bet it is more widespread than most people know. #ageism https://www.aarp.org/work/working-at-50-plus/info-2019/age-discrimination-in-america.html

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Christie Purdy
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over 6 months ago

Does anyone know how to reach Google? Has anyone ever had charges that are suspicious or that you think could be fraud on your credit card? I was terminated from my job partly because of this. My job is not interested in looking into it because it happened on all 3 cards (closed card and reopened a new one every time). I feel this is unfounded and should not be used against you if they can't prove it was you.

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Ed Newport
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over 6 months ago

#Google comes to Springfield

https://events.withgoogle.com/join-google-in-springfield/

Hi Community especially in Western Massachusetts,

People who are trying to improve their skills primarily related to Google products, at The Mass Mutual Center July 9, 2018, in 1277 Main St., Springfield, MA.

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Ruchika Jain
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over 6 months ago

#Google .. This is my dream company to work in future. Google have given platform to expand our horizons in this omnipresent environment of Internet. I honestly want to join google and want to work in their culture.

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Tim Forrester
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over 6 months ago

Ignoring all financial considerations, would you rather spend the next 5 years confined to an urban mecca like New York City, or a beautiful, isolated town on the California coast?

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