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A poorly-worded document has resurfaced and rekindled a long-standing controversy in the world of search engine optimization (SEO) concerning whether a site’s click-through-rate (CTR) in… Read More »Click-Through-Rate, Rankings, and Adaptive Search
While our Myers Freelance is indisputably the best source of information for search engine optimization (SEO) for lawyers (indisputably!), there is only so much we… Read More »6 of the Most Important Outlets for SEO Information
[Update 7/7/2020: Recent “upgrades” to our content management system made it impossible to embed Google Trends data… but only when comparing multiple search terms. We… Read More »Overcoming Google Trends’ Limitations With a Baseline Query
Keyword density. It’s such a widely-known dilemma in the world of search engine optimization (SEO) that Yoast handles it in its keyword checklist that is… Read More »Is Optimal Keyword Density a Red Herring?
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