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u/d3rr this whole sub is kinda shit

user is also spamming s/software

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Ads go in /s/ads. Last warning.

Who here has followed the Google recommendations for building a website & proper SEO and succeeded? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Are you being facetious? If not, I'd be interested in hearing how you stick it to Google and still rank.

Who here has followed the Google recommendations for building a website & proper SEO and succeeded? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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step 1: never do anything google recommends

Who here has followed the Google recommendations for building a website & proper SEO and succeeded? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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I've got a few sites to page 1 over the years. You have to choose keywords and categories realistically, ones that you have a chance at.

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Ha! ;-)

Great intro, and even better comment.

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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I'll take a look. Thanks!

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Two words: PeerTube.

Ok, that was one word. Two syllables. Maybe three. Let's call it two-and-a-half. (I'm not good at this.)

PeerTube is a system built on the same framework as Mastodon, GNU Social, Pixelfed, Pleroma…: the Fediverse. This is basically a way of making a sort of Web 2.1; you can make your own "social media" site (the main use so far) and connect them all up together so that you're not reliant on a single provider.

If you decide that the instance you're currently using is "going Facebook", you can move to a different one and still contact people on the one you were using before, eliminating vendor lock-in almost entirely. (That is, if people keep using different instance codebases so we don't get the Chrome effect.)

I could ramble on for hours, but… it's just a thought, but please consider it.

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Keyword in the title is great as long as it's accurate and reads naturally for the user.

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Do you suggest making the title a long tail keyword, or just make sure all your keywords and links are in the description?

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Having your video have access to YT long tail search results seems pretty valuable. The platform can generate its own traffic. Anyone searching the brand or product will get something.

Better to use YouTube or own website to host videos? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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https://happysmash27.me/Bridge/bridge.mp4

This is hosted on my home server which only has 5 mb/s upload and it works perfectly, so I think you'll do fine. I have some larger video files there too, but they are copyrighted by others or use copyrighted content therefore are hidden.

It does depend on your demand though, as well as the quality of the videos, combined with the upload speed. It's definitely viable if your load is fairly small compared to your bandwidth, though.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Alright sounds good!

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Yeah I feel similarly. I left this idea on our someday/maybe list.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Yeah I wouldn't worry about it then. It doesn't really serve us rather than to help our alexa rank, which helps our /r/redditalternative rank (although we could get an asterisk like the other site did, for uncounted app site hits).

I've stopped paying attention to the alexa rank myself, but I did mention it in saidit's most popular post ever. So I think we could probably get away with ignoring it, realistically. It just makes saidit look smaller than it is by the external metrics. Not sure how important that is to the actual growth of saidit

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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It's definitely longer than an hour and would require an app re-release.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Okay, cool. I wouldn't put more than an hour or so in to it. If it takes longer than that, I wouldn't worry about it.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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flip on the app to enable that traffic to register to our main domain name?

It's very possible that this is doable and not a tech nightmare, I'll think about it.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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I agree with your assessment here.

One other random thing I noticed in regard to external crawling, I don't think our app traffic is registering on alexa, I wonder if there's a switch you can flip on the app to enable that traffic to register to our main domain name? If it's some horrible project to make that happen then don't worry about it, just a passing thought, definitely not a big deal

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Yeah good warning man, you're right. At our current volume we could handle comment searching but at Reddit's volume it becomes a real technical challenge that might not be worth all of the effort. I'd rather put the effort into something like being able to save more than 1000 things, and then being able to search your saved things.

Yeah being able to search all of someone's comments would be cool too and make for a quicker search, but that still means search indexing every single comment on the site.

It's all about what people want out of their news aggregator I guess. This seems pretty low on the priority list for most.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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A warning (sort of): When saidit grows it might take up too much space/time to search the comments.

As I (And BEWARE, just me) see it, it;s about the posting to other sites mostly and when someone thinks 'hey that's for me' they will see he comments. For example having the ability to search the comments for 'the' is a waste of computational power(which includes time).

A sitemap for subs, a thing to consider, perhaps an update once a month (or every 2 weeks, that's the time limit right? maybe one week, every sunday).

EDIT: maybe: if you are on ones profile, serch only their comments for terms, take up a lot less time and might be just what people want.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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The hardest part is making them look at their own traffic (increase/decrease) depending on the strategy (and depending on their branch, should you check it over the week, month or quarterly).

I am pretty out of the game, but my experience is the greyed out text under the search result changes a lot. Now this was a webshop cms (OLD) had to be altered to accommodate to that. (I believe that's a specific meta-data you can input upon specific articles).

Our search results were [Title: Article name] {greed out: specific information that was relevant to buyers (expert buyers)}

For example a stone:

[Brick: Grey stone, baked]

(URL)

{perfect for building a wall}

Depending on the content the {} values are more reasuring for Buyers before clicking and checking it out, This is my experience in a niche market in The Netherlands (not in stone).

I don't have any Idea what those meta-tags were anymore (i really believe it was some meta-thingie) that secured that greyed-out area, but I'm sure you can find that out ;)

EDIT: By {} info I mean, specific technical info for the experts, so not 'great for keeping out mexicans' but something like {bla bla bla density, morter used, something something techical stone related}. AKA, info for the nerds!

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

[–]JasonCarswell 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

A site map sounds good.

It may be good for statistical analysis too. Whether it's for all that nonsense I was talking about with subs or maybe for future documentation on the SaitIt article - but more importantly for the internal stats awareness, searches, navigability, and crawl-ability - and likely many other things.

Perhaps, including how to chop it up for decentralization distribution.

You'd think there'd already be a ready to go universal open-source search-crawler to plug into any site.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=open+source+search+engine+software

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Right. That's what I meant.

I wouldn't know how to deal with spiders I didn't want.

Looking back I wonder if that robot.txt was a trick. "Don't look at my private folder. No. Don't do it. It's right there where I'm indicating, but don't look."

But I was not talking about blocking them. I was trying to invite them to scan SaidIt 1) so we could search them and 2) so the more content we feature the broader their set gets and the vaster SaidIt seems/is (compared to a site with 3 pages) and 3) so the diversity of content may also meet more searchers.

Maybe this is naive meat-think and the Al Gore Rhythms are nothing like my fanciful wists.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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We invite Google and whoever to come cache our site, so that's too bad if they don't have the site indexed. There's no way that I know of to tell Google hey come crawl this page.

What we need to do is work on a legit sitemap so that search engines get an idea of our organization/subs and are more encouraged to crawl the whole site.

Yes, search is post tiles only just like on Reddit. People have long complained about this. I'd be willing to put some effort into this, I think comments could be searchable too. Lots of work though.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I know from almost 20 years ago you can set up your site to allow or deny their spiderbots

No, you can't. robot.txt only stop 'lawful' ones. Blocking spiders the hard way is... hard (if you click 20 posts in new tabs to read, you can be a spider to an arbitrary spider-blocker, if not I {unlawful spiderbot} will just search up to 20 articles posted every [insert certain amount of time]).

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Yea, my clients know that the top few results are usually ads, but not all the time. Educating them takes some time, but it's vital so they know what to look for when they constantly check to see if they've moved up the ranks.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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ping /u/magnora7 /u/d3rr

I don't know if this is related or not to SEO.

I have found the default search on SaitIt only searches post titles. Google and DDG are no help either for searching the comments.

I know from almost 20 years ago you can set up your site to allow or deny their spiderbots, but is it also possible to flip it so they don't come to you?

What if after every post and comment SaidIt pinged Google and DDG to come look? Obviously that might be overkill so perhaps a script that kicks in after X days of inactivity on a post then sends an invite to be crawled by their spiders.

I don't know if that's a thing but IMHO it should be.

There is another issue, and I don't know if it really exacerbates things but I doubt it's helpful beyond the very practical search capability. And that is about SaidIt's content. If anyone were to analyse all the posts they'd certainly gain an understanding about what SaidIt is all about. But most posts are impersonal headline titles. If anyone were to analyse the content of the comments I doubt their understanding of what SaidIt is all about would be much different. But it may be. They'd know we're even more red-pilled than just some news aggregation. They'd know about us individually as participating characters with personalities. There's nothing to stop Google or the NSA from already doing this, but it's something to consider.

Especially when YouTube videos get pulled for one person in the comments mentioning "Jews" or something. Or so I've been told.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Last I did something with it, load time might be even a bigger deal in the game for 'ranked the same at meta level', comprising the pages (and therefor decreasing the load time) improved 'my' (what i worked for) web-shop above competitors. [Though it was the Dutch market and pretty niche (no, not sexual) products].

'we' opted out of the ad-words and google-search campaigns and 'our' improving of meta game and (presumably) loadtime gave us more traffick than the ads without enhancements. (A lot of people know to ignore the search-engine ads when searching)

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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A tight meta game on an optimized website is key for sure.

What's one thing you've done to ride out all the Google algo waves over the years? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Brute force and specific search terms in the ad-words campaigns.

It all really depends what for and the context, but yeah this, keep it all relevant!

Also SSL certificates and relevant meta-tags help.

Oh and site-compression (look it up if you're using a cms, it's hidden somewhere) and minimizing overall loading times help.

If you could only use ONE link-building technique, what would it be? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Good for users, you know the good old fashioned providing value thing. Engaging isn't the right word, it seems we're finally tiring of top 10 lists.

Tough gig for sure though, good luck.

If you could only use ONE link-building technique, what would it be? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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True that. But then "good" becomes subjective. Good for Google or good for users? I don't think those are the same things.

If you could only use ONE link-building technique, what would it be? by onemananswerfactory in SEO

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Good content :)