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  • #4670

    Suzanne Burnett
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    What was the hardest topic/concept in SEO to wrap your head around and how did you do it? (If you did)

  • #4671

    William Trimble
    Member

    One common thing I still see is people who think AHREFS/Majestic/MOZ rank = Google rank.

    Many posts about people worrying that their DR fell or that their links are not indexed by AHREFS bot.

    Makes me laugh.

  • #4672

    William Trimble
    Member

    Onsite optimisation and silos… I got the concept finally by just looking at the competition that’s doing well.

  • #4673

    William Trimble
    Member

    Controlling layered parameter indexing.

    • #4674

      Roelof Kramer
      Member

      Is that coding level?

    • #4675

      Roelof Kramer
      Member

      No, It refers to layered navigation on eCommerce sites and making sure that doesn’t cause endless duplication.

  • #4676

    Roelof Kramer
    Member

    How to build a natural link profile was the biggest obstacle imo. I.e. Knowing when to use exact match anchors, versus naked/generic/LSI and when to deep link. SEO is an ever changing game, and I still struggle to keep up with these changes on a daily basis.

  • #4677

    Alexandra Gorman
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    Matching long tails. with searcher intent. clients need to understand that info intent has high volume but low intention to convert.

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