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Coronavirus in Search

While some schools and businesses had started the precautious measures a couple of weeks ago, many businesses entered the 15 days “social distancing” measures this past Monday in the USA including Connecticut. All non-essential businesses including restaurants are ordered to shut down except the ones with drive-through or take-out orders.[…]

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Hreflang – Huge Struggle for International SEOs

I believe anyone who manages SEO for the global website knows about what Hreflang can do, if not already using it. It’s a simple and very effective tag to manage, but many people have problems with it. Usually, the problems are created by un-organized website structures and also human errors.[…]

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Losing Your Website Data

The privacy of the internet and website users is important. There’s no doubt about that. At the same time, being able to see the website and marketing campaign data, which we could connect the dot back to the users has been one of the biggest benefits of doing business online.[…]

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SEO Never Dies – It Continuously Evolves

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If you are thinking of SEO from the time we just survived from Y2K, you won’t recognize today’s SEO. But, it doesn’t mean that SEO is dead… or dying. During the last 20 years (!), SEO has changed dramatically. It evolved due to the number of reasons, and not just[…]

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SEO Trends of 2020 by Top SEOs

I was lucky to be a part of this “The biggest SEO trends of 2020” E-book by Search Engine Journal by 58 experts. It’s not a prediction but provides the areas of SEO work that anyone whose work is related to or impacts the organic search performance of the websites.[…]

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