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What Is SERP API? How To Utilize It For Monitoring SEO Efforts?

Everyone knows how vital ranking a website is considering that the whole second page gets only 0.78% of the total clicks, and the top-ranked page has a CTR of around 36%. This is a good enough reason for wanting your site to appear there on the top and capture the majority of the audience. Furthermore, the demand for automated solutions to rank higher is growing constantly among SEO specialists and marketers who are aiming to reduce the consumption of time and increase efficiency.

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How To Optimize Images for Google Image Search

How To Optimize Images for Google Image Search

In the Internet age, you only have eight seconds to capture the attention of your potential viewers, readers, and customers. They don’t say “A picture’s worth a thousand words” for nothing. Internet browsers are looking for visual content more than ever before, and with search engines scanning millions of images every second, it’s important to be sure your images are at their best.

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Duplicate Content and Google SEO

Duplicate Content and Google SEO

The issue of duplicate content is a multifaceted one. This is particularly true when it runs headlong into optimizing your website from a Google SEO perspective.

What is duplicate content? Simply put, any content appearing in more than one place on the internet is going to fall under the heading. This extends to not only different websites, but also to websites which feature duplicate content across several of their pages.

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What Are Relative and Absolute URLs and What Are Their Differences?

What Are Relative and Absolute URLs and What Are Their Differences?

Using the correct URL structure for your site is essential for the function of your website. The two basic types are the absolute URL path, and the relative URL path. Choosing the wrong one could affect your SEO strategy and make it increasingly difficult for search engines to crawl and index.

In this article, we are going to be discussing the difference between the absolute URL and the relative URL – plus, we’ll go over when it is best to use each one.

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How to Improve Google CLS Score: Cumulative Layout Shift

How to Improve Google CLS Score: Cumulative Layout Shift

If you’re waiting for a website to load and the page suddenly jolts, this is called Cumulative Layout Shift (or CLS for short). The features like images, fonts, buttons tend to suddenly shift, and just as you’re about to click on the button, suddenly you’re on a completely different page for some ad.

CLS issues will have a major impact on user experience, particularly for those on mobile devices. It’s important that CLS is minimized on websites so that users are more satisfied. This, however, can be solved and your CLS score can be improved. This article will outline what is CLS, how CLS is calculated, how it affects SEO, and how to improve your Google CLS Score.

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