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JanviArora

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  1. There are some techniques we need to follow to stay ahead in the competition. Here are some of them - Mobile First Indexing - Google has confirmed the mobile first indexing update. This means that the website needs to be mobile friendly and lightening fast. Voice Search - As mobile searches have been increased over last 2 years and have 57% share in overall searches, your website must be ready for voice searches. Anchor Text Cloud - Maintain your anchor text cloud so that you wont get a Google penalty hit. Link Earning - Earn links by adopting ways that are ethical and acceptable by Google’s guidelines. Link baiting and buying links will get you penalized by Google. Follow White Hat SEO techniques and stay away from spamming.
  2. It totally depends upon the publisher whether they want to include your website links or not. As far as my experience is concerned, many publishers offer links to your website in profile/bio as they don't want to be penalized. Others offer 1-2 links to your website depending upon the length of the content you have provided. The links count can go up as the size of the content is increased.
  3. PPC/Google AdWords has nothing to do with Search Engine Optimization. PPC is related is your paid advertising campaigns where as SEO refers to organic results that Google displays below paid ads. SEO results are long term and take time where as PPC/Google AdWords delivers quick results as long as you are putting money to show your ads. You can target keywords as many as you can in PPC campaiign but not in SEO since it works in different way.
  4. How to increase citation score in SEO?

    Local SEO is a lot different from your average SEO campaign, and the local search results are changing more rapidly than any other. So we follow techniques at Radon Media that help us getting good Citation Score: Get your Google My Business page set up. Also Bing Places and Yahoo Listings. Optimize all of your landing pages with local keyword data. Ensure your NAP listings remain consistently across the web. Generate genuine reviews from your customers on Google, Bing and Yelp. Optimize your search engine snippets. Focus on localized link building.
  5. What is Bounce Rate?

    Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who visit to your website and leave without viewing any other pages on your website. How does Google Analytics calculate bounce rate? According to Google bounce rate is calculated in the following way: "Bounce rate is single-page sessions divided by all sessions, or the percentage of all sessions on your site in which users viewed only a single page and triggered only a single request to the Analytics server." Lets take an example that if your website has a bounce rate of 60%, that means 60% visitors come to your website and leave after only viewing the page they entered on, whether it was your homepage or an internal page. This also means that your website isn't retaining it's visitors. They are coming to your site and either finding what they want but not anything else or not finding what they want at all.
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