Pratik Dholakiya

  • 7 on-site SEO problems that hold back e-commerce sites

    Not long ago, I talked about 16 very specific on-site SEO mistakes that I see very often, and how to fix those issues. Today, I want to shift the focus toward problems that plague e-commerce sites specifically. I’ll also be addressing on-site problems that have a bit more to do with strategy and a bit less to do with specific technical mistakes.

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  • 16 common on-site SEO mistakes you might be making right now

    SEO is more than inbound marketing. There’s massive overlap, but there’s a technical side to SEO that sometimes gets neglected, especially by casual followers of the industry. As somebody who spends a great deal of time looking at sites searching for opportunities to optimize, I notice patterns that creep up often: technical mistakes that show up again and again. Let’s go over these mistakes.

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  • 7 subtle on-site issues no SEO should miss

    Your on-site SEO could be broken without you realizing it. We all know some of the basics. Content is king. Users come first. Avoid thin content, keyword stuffing, above-the-fold advertising, etc. But not all on-site SEO issues are so obvious. Here are seven on-site issues that are very easy to miss. 1. Excessive listing (Not, not this kind) You are currently reading a “list post.

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  • Fix your outbound link problem in a single workday

    Links are the foundation of Google’s algorithm. A naïve reading of the algorithm suggests that you shouldn’t link to anybody else, ever. It turns out that’s not at all true. But your outbound links play an important role in your ability to turn up in the SERPs. Let’s make sure your outbound link game is on point. Follow the steps below and get yourself situated today.

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