Author: Benson Palmer
August 31, 2017
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Thank you so much for this amazing tutorial. Best regards from Serbia.
thanks for taking a topic that is quite complicated and explaining it 101 style. thanks for your sharing of good information, you’re helping a lot of us out here. MomentumMikey
This is by far the best information out there, easy to understand. Very glad I found this.
Great resource but please promote the correct use of headings in html. Heading 1 must only be used for page title. Thereafter all other headings must be heading 2 or below in nested order with heading 2 for all major subheadings, heading 3 for subheadings under heading 2 and so on . This is vital for accessibility. Also regarding accessibility the principal use of alt text is to describe images to people using screen readers or web users that have the images turned off. With respect to screen reader users, where an image is used for decoration or a description is already provided in the content than a null or “” value is assigned to the image so that it is ignored by the screen reader.
David Murray is really very mindful person everybit he share here is really working..even todays scenario
Keyword competition it better be high or low in google keyword planner and thank you?
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines. +Sara Price
*All major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo have primary search results, where web pages and other content such as videos or local listings are shown and ranked based on what the search engine considers most relevant to users.*
This tutorial is great! Thank You! Everyone should see this even if they don’t have a web page already.
Hey David, thanks for sharing your knowledge.
I stumbled across this video and I’m so glad I did, it’s brilliant! Thank you for being so helpful! You’ve gained a subscribed 🙂
He knows his stuff well
David giving great SEO info again!
Good insight, thanks for sharing.
Really great video. Thank you so much.
Need to know how frequently we need to change content in our website?
I’ve just subscribed to your channel without even watching your video because of the good recommendations and comments people have about your work.
good stuff David. are you on Twitter?
thanks for such helpful videos
so helpful! thanks for sharing your knowledge!
Wow! So helpful!! Thank youu 🙂
awesome tutorials! Thanks a lot !
Great Vid, helped a lot.
1 thing though, to find the title for my page, I had to first press F12, then highlight “…” then I had to click on properties on the right hand window-plane. The title was found in one of the drop-down boxes.
That was the process I had to take when using Google Chrome.
Hey David, Google doesn’t provide exact number of searches on keyword planner anymore. Do you have any suggestion or other alternatives?
In my experience in SEO i worked mostly with backlinks and keyword analyze, of course there is other options but best quality backlinks are fundamental. I used seowebly. com for most of my sites but you can do it manually. Thanks for video of course!
Google adwords looks a lot different now. It has changed its format since this video was last made.
Interesting vid, you make my day.
Continue creating vids, need more like you
how can i set up so my keyplanner looks similar like his
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