Admit it. You either got bruised by Google Panda 4.0 or heard about everyone who did and are trying to stay ahead of the game so you don’t get bruised by the next one.

Sometimes it seems like you live in fear of algorithm updates, but you shouldn’t have to. By changing your mindset and making the right moves now, you can set up your websites so that you’re confident and unfazed.

The goal is not to beat or trick Google at is own game. The goal is to be rewarded through intelligent techniques. Google should be seen as a facilitator, not an inhibitor and your customers should be the lucky recipients of all your hard work.

To help you get on track, we’ve put together a new white paper that details the top 10 on-page SEO best practices. I guarantee you’ll find some new ideas to help increase your search engine rankings! This white paper is helpful for all webmasters, marketers, and business owners who want to be confident in their approach to SEO and content.

Download our white paper now and you’ll get:

·       10 spectacular SEO best practices, many that you probably didn’t know!

·       Step-by-step instructions on how to tweak your website and content to be more search-engine friendly!

·       10 additional LeapGo tips that give you further insight, supporting documentation and resources that we make use of every day!

We breakdown and organize all the best practices so you can make changes to your website and your content strategy one step at a time. So whether it’s removing duplicate content, cloaking affiliate links or minimizing tags and categories, we’ve got all the tips you need to succeed at overcoming Google Panda. You won’t find a better article, blog or white paper like this one, we promise you that!

[button icon=arrowthickstop-1-s]Download Free Whitepaper[/button]

Leave A Comment

Published On: July 15th, 2014 / Categories: Search Engine Optimization /

Subscribe To Receive The Latest News

Expert marketing tips, big updates and exclusive offers from LeapGo.

Thank you for subscribing!
There was an error trying to send your message. Obviously the internet is broken. Let's go outside and take a walk and then try again later, shall we?

Add notice about your Privacy Policy here.