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Frequently Asked Questions
Everyone thinks differently, so there is no such thing as a bad question. Find out more about SEO so you may better comprehend how it can help your business.
What is SEO?
SEO is short for Search Engine Optimization. SEO refers to practices applied to help your website become more visible, and higher ranked in search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
What's The Difference Between Organic Vs. Paid Results?
Organic search results appear naturally, for free, based on that search engines algorithm. Paid results are links, or ads, paid to appear on a page of the search engine. These results are typically found at the top or side of a page.
Must My Domain Name Include Keywords?
If your business name already tends to include your keyword naturally, that's great, but there is no reason to go out of the way for this. Example: cartirestrucktiresbiketires.com is not needed, whereas anytires.com would work fine.
What is Too Many Versus Too Little of Keywords On A Page?
There is no correct number of keywords for a page, mainly because this is not how keyword optimization works. Using a keyword too many times can result in Google penalizing you for “keyword stuffing”. You should only use keywords that pertain to your content. You’ll find natural opportunities to include keywords so that it isn't a thing to stress.
How Long Does It Take To See Results From SEO?
A variety of things factor into how fast (or slowly) results appear. These things include, but are not limited to: How much content is created and the quality of the content, the size of the website, and the strong or weak authority attatched to the domain. “Quick Fixes” aren’t a thing to SEO. SEO can be a waiting game, and it can take anywhere from a couple weeks to a couple months to see results, no matter how much work is invested. If domains are new, with no age or authority, it may take anywhere to 6 months to see successful results.
What Is The Difference Between Indexing And Crawling?
While everything is crawled, not all content is indexed. Search engines look through content on your website, and this is considered “crawling”. While it crawls your site, it indexes content so that it may appear in the search engine. Search Engines pick what content they will and will not index.
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