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SEO Tips: Don’t ignore your code-to-text ratio

The code-to-text ratio of a web page measures how much content it has in relation to the amount of code. Some search engines use code-to-text ratios to evaluate the relevancy of a page, and give priority to pages with a higher content ratio.  

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SSL, HTTPS and What It Means for You in 2017

By the end of January 2017, every website accessed through Google Chrome without an SSL Certificate is going to be labeled like the image below until they get one. You might be thinking that your visitors use Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer however, once Google takes this step, everyone else will follow. A regime change is coming in 2017 and no one wants to risk getting left behind.  

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SEO Tips: How Amazing Banana Pancakes Get Your Content Noticed by the Search Engines

Psst! Want to be noticed by the search engines? I thought so! If you're putting up a site or a blog, you want it to become popular with the search engines. When the search engines like it, you're instantly going to see more traffic, making any site more successful.That's why we're going to share our amazing banana pancake secret of success with you... and more. 

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Google’s New Meta Tag for News Content: news_keywords

Google's new meta tag is an ongoing effort to make its search results more relevant, the new meta tag is called “news_keywords” and used to classify news articles. You can include several keywords that best describe your article in your HTML. They do not have to appear in the article title or in the body text – the purpose of this new meta tag is to help Google’s search engine find and sort results. 

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Does a DMOZ listing affect my Google search engine ranking?

DMOZ (Open Directory Project), founded in 1998, is one of the oldest and most famous directories of website content. Sites submitted to DMOZ are reviewed by volunteer human editors before being included in the directory. At one time, having your website listed in DMOZ was considered crucial for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and SERP (Search Engine Result Page), because many search engines used to get data from the DMOZ database. The Internet has now grown so large that it typically takes months and even years for a site to appear in DMOZ after it is submitted, if at all. Some website owners are frustrated by this because they worry that their search engine ranking will be lower if they are not listed in DMOZ. 

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Does My Website Need a Robots.txt File?

The robots.txt file is a simple text file, located in your websites root directory, that tells a search engine which web pages of your site should be indexed and which web pages should be ignored. The robots.txt file is important for search engine optimization however, many websites do not have a robots.txt file, or have one that contains errors. This can cause a search engine to overlook significant pages on your website, or prevent a search engine from indexing your site entirely. If your site lacks a robots.txt file, some web hosts may put a 404 error page in the empty spot, throwing search engines off track. 

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In January, 2011, the head of the UN's telecommunications agency announced that the number of Internet users worldwide had surpassed two billion. With ¼ of the world’s population browsing the Internet, it is imperative for every business to have an Internet presence. The problem is that the creators of many business web sites do not know how to design a site that is search-engine friendly. 

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