The question do you want and even more important, your visitors duplicate titles and meta descriptions? UX is to impotant to ignore.
Google will index the best result, so probably only 1.
It's very bad practice to keep your current situation.
- what to include in my website blog?
Information your readers want, and beter then your competitors
- should I direct all my posts at Honduras or should I aim to target people outside the country?
How Hondurans living abroad find your site?
Shop or blog?
If you use multiple product photos, this is a good way to use different synonyms in your ALT texts. In this way you not only make it clear to the search engine exactly which product you offer. This also improves visibility in Google image search.
@ms point 1 I really would advice you to compare the bounce rate of the two pages too. With UX in mind the dwell tima is another factor to check.
Point 3 Agree, optimize both for different keywords. Link from the smaller to the bigger page with the keyword you want to optimize.
Or if you want to make the smaller more important vice versa
You can simply go to the login screen and click on the 'Lost your password' link. Clicking on it takes you to password reset page where you can enter your username or email address to reset the password. After that WordPress sends a password reset link to the email address associated with that user account.
Otherwise add a new user via phpmyadmin
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The navigation must have a clear structure. Look at the users and search intent and adjust your URL structure accordingly.
- Are the keywords included in the URL?
- Do the most important search terms appear in the URL?
- Can the URL be shorter?
- Are there other URLs that also have these search terms?
- Don't do keyword stuffing
- Is the URL clear ?
- Is the URL no more than 3 layers deep ?
Blacklisting individual IP address or entire IP ranges is an option.
My first thought. 1 landing page for both. And a link to both product pages.
People like to compare things. So make the landing page content ricc with all the details and the differences.. And explain for which applications each printer is the perfect choice
Did you check the spam score and toxic score of this sites? They are really famous for it.
The relevance between gambling and gaming is discussable.
Common mistake is to link mainly to the homepage. Relevance is very important. A sudden grow of high authority backlinks is bad. They'll be useless, because they'll be considered as paid ones.
Your internal ranking probably needs to be optimized. Another possible solution is siloing.
To give a more accurate answer, a complete analysis of the website is needed.
Can you place your robot.txt fil here?
> I cannot use the camp sites name as they will not all be unique.
In fact I would try really (almost) anything to have good looking URL's. Not only for SEO but also UX.
If there are 3 campsites with the same name, why not make your URL's like: website/the-pilot-inn-kent website/the-pilot-inn-derby website/the-pilot-inn-boston
Wel with fewer than 10 installations on Wordpress it isn't the most populair option. Don't know the quality.
There are plenty of tools to choose from, free and paid. All with various options and the corresponding prices. I once made a small overview of both free and paid SEO tools. Maybe there's something in there for you.
If you have several alternate URLs targeted at users with the same language but in different locales, it's a good idea also to provide a catchall URL for geographically unspecified users of that language.
For example, you may have specific URLs for English speakers in Ireland (en-ie), Canada (en-ca), and Australia (en-au), but should also provide a generic English (en) page for searchers in, say, the US, UK, and all other English-speaking locations. It can be one of the specific pages, if you choose
Studies have shown that organic searches are 8.5x more likely to be clicked while paid search results are 1.5x more likely to be converted through the search engine. Question is if your organic searches generate a healthy conversion? If not, first fix this.
A low organic conversion rate will make your ads to expensive. Also focus on long tail, this may avoid schoolboys to find you..... Long-tail keywords are longer and more specific keyword phrases that visitors are more likely to use when they're closer to a point-of-purchase.
To protect your budget you can also consider a tool like Clickcease.
Why should an expert take time to add content to your blog? Are there good reasons for this? If you can find this reasons then perhaps you can find somebody.
This depends on your niche. Some niches can write perfect content, which will be linked by others. If your niche is very commercial, this method often does not work. Then you can consider buying links. Guest blogging is also a great way to get more backlinks.
A first good move is to spy on your competitors, and see where their backlinks are coming from.
Keep your back links relevant!
Selected keywords you rank with a anchor. Use synonyms for a lot of diversity.
You can find some tools here.
When you've found a correct domain name, check if it's indexed by Google by doing a Google search for “site:www.examplesite.com”. You can also search for “www.examplesite.com” to see how often Google encounters this domain name on other websites. Check if the domain name has a “spam” score. You can check this with the free tool opensiteexplorer.org. The higher the spam score, the greater the chance of inbound links from spam websites. Check in Google if there has been negative publicity around the brand.
It always depends on many factors. You cannot successfully compare one keyword with another that has a good position in the search results. Where one word has only little competition, this can completely differ for another word, so that the approach for ranking will be different.
Quick solutions are often fairytales. Seo is a long road without end.
At least I can't answer questions that contain so little information. It's like someone asks me, I drive an old Volvo now, how can I drive a Maserati?
In general, you rank higher if you offer more value to your visitors than the competition. Because there are hundreds of ranking factors, it is impossible to give a comprehensive answer to your question. This requires a thorough analysis of the website, keywords, competition, technology, etc.
Your "supplements to boost immune system" is in 3 alt tags only. Google can consider this as keyword stuffing. Try to add it also in your decscription. and in one H2 tag. If this is the main keyword for the page, add it in your meta tags too. Then link from another page with the exact text to your page. And if possible with some varitions from other pages.
A few backlinks from relevant high authority domains will do the rest.
It depends... Carefully look at the history of the new domain first.
Compare with your competitors. F.e.
has 1294 backlinks from 56 domains (DR 56). Your site has 21 backlinks from only 13 domains (DR26).
More relevant back links are needed for sure.
Promising a client to rank soon is a challenge if your competitors are for long time ranking on a keyword. So use also an internal linking strategy to speed up things.
Can PageRank drop significantly after server error? Yes, it's the perfect recipe for a 100% bounce rate.
A signal for Google your content isn't what people are looking for. So your rankings will drop.
Recovery takes serious time. Change the publication date of some articles to today. Giving 1 or 2 articles a lift in this way every day can contribute to a faster recovery.
A semantically accurate URL is the best. There's nothing wrong with yours. ![SEO best practices for URLs](https://moz-static.s3.amazonaws.com/learn/seo/URLs-page/Anatomy-of-a-URL-cheat-sheet_170316_122433.png?mtime=20170316122435 "SEO best practices for URLs")
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There can be many reasons.
- changes on webshop
- drop in speed
- Google penalty
- etc, etc. It can really depend on to many factors to give any reasonable answer with the given information
Consider guest blogging
You told it shows up around page 10. So it's indexed.
A new domain, 94 days old with a DA 1 and a PA 1 needs time and work. Don't expect fast results.
Ohter simple sites you made, rank probably beter because of less competition.
It all depends on many factors.
Your website is in maintenance mode
There's a tweet about your issue from John Mu. https://twitter.com/JohnMu/status/1387874087045844996?s=20
Unfortunately there's a bug there in Search Console. When we we show "Failing / Insufficient HTTPS coverage" in the Page experience report, that can just mean we don't have the full data (instead of saying "not enough data" we incorrectly say "failing"). We're fixing it.
Start with proper meta descriptions. Back links should be of high authority and relevant. For a new site you can start with adding your link to some good directories. Start blogging about your products. Use H1 tag only once per page. What's the bounce rate? Use f.e. hotjar the see what your visitors do and don't Don't try to sell, but to inform visitors. etc, etc...
Are the impressions of unique IPs?
Content wider than screen, make it smaller. Maybe images? Text too small to read, make the font 16px to read easy on mobile Clickable elements too close together, move them further apart.
It would be easier if you provide us with an url.
So it' not clear for Google where the page is about. Make it more clear in tags and content. Try to add some internal links from other pages with the keyword.
Relevance is more important. Ans using an old domain, beware of the spam score.
Visit you website in Chrome Right click >>> Inspect Click hamburger left to close button Then>>> More tools Rendering
You'll see the where the lay-out shifts.