Search engine optimization, like anything involving tech, engenders lots of questions and some questions get asked more frequently than others. In an effort to answer those questions as efficiently as possible, I’ve written a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section with the most common questions and their answers.
To begin with, I’ve answered the following two FAQs:
You can also use the search box to look for other posts I’ve made answering common questions. If you can’t find the answer to your question, don’t hesitate to use the SEO Tech Support form! You can expect a reply within two business days.
If you have no particular questions that you want to be answered and are just looking to browse at random and learn, you can read these SEO FAQ posts from the SEO ROI blog. My guide to writing the robots.txt file might be a good place to start to get an idea of what you’ll find in the SEO FAQ posts.
Here’s a listing of all the SEO Frequently Asked Questions that I’ve answered:
What does Google want? The answer is straight from the horse’s mouth.
Should I blog on the company domain or a new domain name, for a business blog? Pros and Cons for both reviewed there.
Can SEO be automated? Nope, at least, not where it counts. Here’s why not.
What are the ranking factors for Google Blog search? This post analyzes the algorithm and explains what to do to attract Google Blog search traffic.