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What About Us: 7 Best Company Page Tips

The description of the company is not just a tradition or a rule of good manners. The “About Us” page helps to increase the loyalty of visitors and search engines. Here it is necessary to describe the history of the company and the main directions of its activities, to tell about the key achievements and advantages. But is it possible to make the description of the company work on the involvement of traffic and sales growth? We share some tips in our new article. More →

What Is Hidden In the Crowd: a Few Crowd Marketing Tips

Crowd marketing is an Internet technology of advertising goods or brands through recommendations and customer reviews published on thematic forums, blogs and portals.

Such comments and reviews may (or may not) contain a backlink to the site. This type of advertising comes from ordinary users of forums, question-answer services, etc., who tell a story about particular goods/service/company. A user can also be a topic starter and More →

What are branded keywords?

Branded keywords are search queries that consist of the name of the brand or company without any clarification. Mercedes, Chanel, Sony and other similar requests are referred as branded keywords.

Search engines cannot accurately determine for what purpose the user makes such a request. A person may want to buy a Mercedes, find the nearest dealer, read the history of the brand or just watch photos. Therefore, some search engines seek to display More →

How to Find Keywords for LSI Core?

To begin with, LSI phrases can be divided into two categories: synonymous and related. The first group of words allows to avoid numerous repetitions of the keyword through the text, the second one helps to reveal its topic. We can assume that LSI phrases will be low-frequency requests, but this is not entirely true. There may be words and phrases of different frequency among them.

Let’s look at some free ways to construct the LSI semantic core. More →

What Is Latent Semantic Indexing and How to Use It?

The term LSI (latent semantic indexing) appeared with Panda algorithm launch, but it gained popularity just after Google’s breakthrough in the field of semantic search and the launch of the Hummingbird algorithm. Due to this search engine began to evaluate the relevance of the content not only on the basis of the keyword occurrence, but rather More →