(7) Using Keywords In Article Titles/Page URLs: This can really give your site a boost. Make sure when you’re crafting titles for blog posts, for example, that you have keywords in mind. I know that sometimes it’s much more tempting to create a headline that’s “catchy.” But the catchy headline may not reap rewards in the search engines if the article’s title words are meaningless to a relative search. Here’s an example: “Hot New Offers!” versus “Embossed Leather Belts.” A URL that reads “Hot New Offers” will not yield you the results that “Embossed Leather Belts” will. Why? Because there’s nothing relating to belts in your URL or title for Google to identify you with and cause them to display you in the search engine results. On the other hand, using “Embossed Leather Belts” will work for you in several different ways. “Embossed belts” and “leather belts” and “embossed leather” are keywords that will now all be working for you if contained in the article’s title and page URL.
Native on-platform analytics, including Facebook’s Insights, Twitter’s Analytics, and Instagram’s Insights. These platforms can help you evaluate your on-platform metrics such as likes, shares, retweets, comments, and direct messages. With this information, you can evaluate the effectiveness of your community-building efforts and your audience’s interest in your content.
So, as you build a link, ask yourself, "am I doing this for the sake of my customer or as a normal marketing function?" If not, and you're buying a link, spamming blog comments, posting low-quality articles and whatnot, you risk Google penalizing you for your behavior. This could be as subtle as a drop in search ranking, or as harsh as a manual action, getting you removed from the search results altogether!
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