It looks as if keyword density for seo purposes might be changing, if Yoast’s post is any indication.
Yesterday, Yoast SEO published a post on their blog titled ‘Keyword density in a post-Panda world’ where they indicate Google might be getting stricter with excessive keyword stuffing on webpages:
Are you familiar with Ted Cruz? If not, he is a senator from Texas who is (at the time of this post) currently running for President of The United States.
I bring him up…not for a political debate (so no political comments please), but to illustrate why you should get your own domain name…in YOUR name.
Senator Cruz’ official site is at TedCruz.org. However, if you go to TedCruz.com you get a warning page, and if you proceed after that you get…
a page promoting President Obama.
So you’ve built your blog and you’re ready to show it to the world and dominate your market. If you’re new to the whole website thing, you might be asking yourself, ‘How do I get found on Google so people see my site?’
Great question…and that’s why we’re here. I’m going to walk you through some solid, basic steps you need to employ to get your website not only listed, but for actually getting found on Google when people search for you.Continue reading
Back in October, Google unveiled a new open source project called Accelerated Mobile Pages.
The project’s purpose is to get web pages to load more quickly on mobile devices, thus providing a better user experience.
On Tuesday, Google announced it will start sending traffic to these pages in 2016Continue reading