Gameo – An SEO Blog

Welcome to Gameo. A blog to help me learn the ins and out of search engine optimisation. My passion lies in creating successful online video game based communities and seo is the cake which helps me do that.

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As of March 26, 2018. Google have officially announced they’ve rolled out mobile-first indexing. SEO professionals have known this since┬áback in 2017, but google didn’t officially state when they would roll this out until now.

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Users have shifted towards services which provide more instant messaging and quicker access to communication with others. Forums are still a bit outdated as the message system isn’t asynchronous so every forum should partner itself with a good social app.

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SEO really does help increase the web presence of your website or forum even if you don’t have alot of community activity. Despite having barely any new posts each day from members, through the use of search engine optimisation i’ve managed to push my forum close to the top.

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The lines between social media marketing and search engine optimisation are slightly blurred. Whilst social platforms like facebook, twitter and discord don’t have an impact on your SEO directly (according to Google), they can have a major indirect effect and encourage visitors to join your community and lead them to your personalised website.

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Google Search Console includes a list of backlinks which google has tracked for your website overtime. Not all links are relevant or positively beneficial to your website and can affect how google views your website, impacting your seo equity.

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There are two categories of SEO techniques which are direct and indirect ranking factors. All your seo techniques will fall under two major categories: on-page seo and off-page seo. Understanding the difference can give you more confidence in how your data will be displayed, why it’s being displayed and how to control it.

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