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vivendulies Posted: Monday, May 27, 2019 5:03:24 AM
Topic: Lets see your cards and postcards!
vivendulies Posted: Monday, May 27, 2019 4:13:29 AM
Topic: Tags Questions
vivendulies Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2019 1:20:45 PM
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:


another thing I was just thinking of is how everything "internet" is constantly shifting like the sands of the desert so that it is nearly impossible to nail it down.

I am trying to find what works for me... that may not be what works for you.

One thing I am doing is taking a second look at my sellers to see what I did right with them that they were found and sold and not changing anything on them!!


Exactly. That's pretty much it, though as for the sellers. You can have made everything wrong and had some outside help.

I once had an article who didn't mention the most used search term once, the term wasn't on my site either, so I was pretty puzzled why google would send me those visitors on that key phrase until I learned that a high ranking site used that key phrase and not just in the link description but in their url and page title, so google correctly indexed my text with that key phrase.

Outside sources esp. high ranking sites with a clean reputation are important for your google ranking. And of course in those instances the traffic this site is sending is important, too.

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Topic: Tags Questions
vivendulies Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2019 2:37:26 AM
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We are talking recommendations for the most part not rules set in stone, go to jails non't collect $3,000 type of stuff.

When repetition makes sense, because it is in the nature of the English language to have word combos that add meaning.

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Semantic change. ... In diachronic (or historical) linguistics, semantic change is a change in one of the meanings of a word. Every word has a variety of senses and connotations, which can be added, removed, or altered over time, often to the extent that cognates across space and time have very different meanings.


The English language is full of this phenomenon, so repetition comes natural and it would be a mistake to add less sense to the tags only to avoid repetition.

Some combinations are so in your face that it would be negligence not to provide the combo for customers to have an exact match exp. since zazzle offers narrowing the search via text blocks and you wouldn't want to exclude your design, because of some overzealous fixation on not repeating words.

Just don't spam and overuse one word. When it feels like spam it probably is spamming.

Yes, zazzle frowns on repetition, but I still do it, since my collections are moderately small and the repetition won't negatively effect google searches since the overall page is still clearly not a repetition, when the product is a different one. And as for color variations, they may be a google repetition and google might single out one color and ignore the rest. That is a problem for google to solve not for me, because the products and its design are the same aside from the color and I do mention this difference, ... besides colorways took care of that.
Happy


I don't spam. I don't build content farms with duplicate content or nonsense content.

I work under the premise to help customers and in all my time publishing on the internet I never went wrong with this strategy, even when SEO gurus told me I was wrong, search results proved these SEO gurus wrong in almost all instances.


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Topic: Tags Questions
vivendulies Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2019 2:37:26 AM
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We are talking recommendations for the most part not rules set in stone, go to jails non't collect $3,000 type of stuff.

When repetition makes sense, because it is in the nature of the English language to have word combos that add meaning.

Quote:
Semantic change. ... In diachronic (or historical) linguistics, semantic change is a change in one of the meanings of a word. Every word has a variety of senses and connotations, which can be added, removed, or altered over time, often to the extent that cognates across space and time have very different meanings.


The English language is full of this phenomenon, so repetition comes natural and it would be a mistake to add less sense to the tags only to avoid repetition.

Some combinations are so in your face that it would be negligence not to provide the combo for customers to have an exact match exp. since zazzle offers narrowing the search via text blocks and you wouldn't want to exclude your design, because of some overzealous fixation on not repeating words.

Just don't spam and overuse one word. When it feels like spam it probably is spamming.

Yes, zazzle frowns on repetition, but I still do it, since my collections are moderately small and the repetition won't negatively effect google searches since the overall page is still clearly not a repetition, when the product is a different one. And as for color variations, they may be a google repetition and google might single out one color and ignore the rest. That is a problem for google to solve not for me, because the products and its design are the same aside from the color and I do mention this difference, ... besides colorways took care of that.
Happy


I don't spam. I don't build content farms with duplicate content or nonsense content.

I work under the premise to help customers and in all my time publishing on the internet I never went wrong with this strategy, even when SEO gurus told me I was wrong, search results proved these SEO gurus wrong in almost all instances.


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