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  1. Top 10 Benefits of having a Website: 1) It is a Less Expensive Option 2) It offers a high degree of Accessibility 3) It can be right means for Fostering relationships 4) It helps you improve your Sales 5) It aids you in Targeted Marketing 6) It gives your Business the credibility that it needs 7) It enhances your Competitive Advantage 😎 You can work best with Online Customer Service 9) It doubles up as the best Advertising Option 10) It enhances Customer Satisfaction
  2. Pros of WooRank SEO tool: 1. Easy user-interface 2. Keyword tool saves time 3. FAQ is extremely helpful 4. White label reports allow branding 5. Easy to follow checklist highlights website issues 6. Blog is a great resource for users looking to get more info about SEO 7. It’s fast 8. Doesn’t produce information overload 9. Site analysis report includes links on how to solve issues 10. Software runs in the cloud so there’s nothing to install 11. Covers both onsite and offsite SEO
  3. Web Technology can be classified into the following sections: 1. World Wide Web (WWW): The World Wide Web is based on several different technologies : Web browsers, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). 2. Web Browser: The web browser is an application software to explore www (World Wide Web). It provides an interface between the server and the client and requests to the server for web documents and services. 3. Web Server: Web server is a program which processes the network requests of the users and serves them with files that create web pages. This exchange takes place using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). 4. Web Pages: A webpage is a digital document that is linked to the World Wide Web and viewable by anyone connected to the internet has a web browser.
  4. Web Technology refers to the various tools and techniques that are utilized in the process of communication between different types of devices over the internet. A web browser is used to access web pages. Web browsers can be defined as programs that display text, data, pictures, animation, and video on the Internet. Hyperlinked resources on the World Wide Web can be accessed using software interfaces provided by Web browsers.
  5. Does Domain Age Affect SEO ?
  6. Top Ways to Increase Alexa Traffic Rank 1. Write Quality Content 2. Install Alexa Toolbar 3. Work with Relevant Keywords which Drive Traffic to your Site 4. Content Posting 5. Social Networking 6. Submit Websites/Blog to Search Engine and Directories 7. Work on Quality Backlinks 8. Analysis your Site to Ignore Ranking Affecting Errors 9. Increase Search Traffic on Your Website 10. Most Important Tips at the End
  7. An iframe, short for inline frame, is an HTML element that contains another HTML document within it. The iframe element is specified with the iframe tag. It may be placed anywhere in an HTML document, and thus anywhere on a web page. Iframes are most often used to embed specific content from one web page — like a video, form, document, or even a full web page — within a different web page.
  8. The no-follow attribute is a tag that bloggers, webmasters and Web publishers can add to individual links to tell search engines not to count the link as a vote. Without this tag, all links are “do-follow” links. Search engines will consider the pages they link to as trusted, high quality sites that obtained the link without compensation. No-follow is added to the rel attribute in the HTML code. It is usually intended for external links, but it is recommended to give it to internal links that don’t include relevant keywords (e.g. “buy now”, “click here”). This attribute instructs crawlers not to follow the link and in effect, such a link will not contribute to rankings in the search results. Owing to the no-follow attribute, the link doesn’t pass SEO value to another website.
  9. SimilarWeb is a tool that estimates the total amount of traffic different websites get. It allows you to see competitors' top traffic sources, broken down into six major categories, including referring sites, social traffic, and top search keywords.
  10. Content mapping is a strategic approach to creating helpful, relevant, informative, and timely content for your intended audience. In other words, it’s a process focused on delivering the right content, to the right people, at the right time, and in a way that matches the reader’s intent. Content mapping can be helpful in identifying gaps and opportunities in your content strategy.
  11. Pros of Screaming Frog Tool: 1. User-friendliness 2. Transparent interface 3. Useful features like: 4. Possibility to generate an XML sitemap 5. Detecting invalid links 6. Indexing of websites rich in JavaScript
  12. Bing Webmaster Tools is an online service that allows website owners to carry out a variety of site maintenance, indexing, and monitoring-related tasks. The site can also be used to troubleshoot some website performance issues. This tool was launched by Microsoft in 2009 and was initially known as Bing Webmaster Center.
  13. Google OneBox is a type of search result that provides information directly on the search engine results page (SERPs) without you having to click through to a website, or links to other searches on alternative Google search engines, like Google Images or Google News. An example of a Google OneBox is when you see the time directly at the top of a search results page when searching for the time in another country, or when the Google image results are shown in the search results when performing a search from Google’s homepage.
  14. A permalink is a static link, which means that its URL address remains unchanged over time. These links keep their name and structure even if changes are made to the content of the page they identify. For instance, in www.yourwebsite.com/blog.html, the URL would remain unchanged even if you edited the content of the blog’s homepage.
  15. An internal link is a hyperlink between two pages on the same website. They pass PageRank (or SEO value) as well as context through anchor text and surrounding content. Simply put, if you can add links between two web pages, and they live on the same root domain, those are internal links. There are four types of internal links you need to know of: contextual links, navigational links, footer links, and image links.
  16. Fetch as Google is a tool in Search Console which allows users to test if Google bot is able to fetch a URL on your site and how it renders a webpage. Once the fetch attempt is completed, one of four statuses will be shown: completed, partial, redirected or an error message. If a status other than completed is received the user can then try to troubleshoot the problem. The render option shows how the fetched page appears after being crawled by Google bot. After fetching a page the user can request that Google re-index.
  17. Top 15 Most Common Web Errors: 1) 500 Internal Server Error 2) 401 Unauthorized 3) 400 Bad Request 4) 403 Forbidden 5) 404 Not Found 6) 501 Not Implemented 7) 502 Service Temporarily Overloaded 8) 503 Service Unavailable 9) Connection Refused by Host 10) File Contains No Data 11) Cannot Add Form Submission Result to Bookmark List 12) Helper Application Not Found 13) TCP Error Encountered While Sending Request to Server 14) Failed DNS Look-Up 15) 408 – Request Time-Out
  18. Disadvantages Google Custom Search 1. Implementing versions 3 and 4 server-side requires API knowledge. 2. Search results may vary from those displayed when using Google’s main search engine. 3. Due to Google’s indexing schedule, search results are not updated in real time. If you make any changes to your site, it may take a few days to a few weeks for the Programmable Engine to display up-to-date results.
  19. A broken link is a web-page that can’t be found or accessed by a user, for various reasons. Web servers will often return an error message when a user tries to access a broken link. Broken links are also often known as “dead links” or “link rots.”
  20. What are the ways to avoid duplicate content ?
  21. Ways to determine your Target Audience: 1. Analyze Your Customer Base and Carry Out Client Interviews 2. Conduct Market Research and Identify Industry Trends 3. Analyze Competitors 4. Create Personas 5. Define Who Your Target Audience Isn't 6. Continuously Revise 7. Use Google Analytics
  22. What is Link Exchanging?
  23. What’s the Difference between Google SMITH and BERT?
  24. Crawling is the process by which search engines discover updated content on the web, such as new sites or pages, changes to existing sites, and dead links. To do this, a search engine uses a program that can be referred to as a ‘crawler’, ‘bot’ or ‘spider’ (each search engine has its own type) which follows an algorithmic process to determine which sites to crawl and how often. As a search engine’s crawler moves through your site it will also detect and record any links it finds on these pages and add them to a list that will be crawled later. This is how new content is discovered.
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