Hiding Keywords in 2015 with noscript tags – SEO Experiment

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In my earlier post on using <noscript> tags for ensuring good SEO when using lazy loaded images, we observed that Google is able to properly crawl, index and will rank pages for keywords inside alt tags contained within <noscript>. This gave me an idea to see if Google would do the same for <noscript> tags even when there is no equivalent … Read More

Lazy Loading Images SEO Experiment

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Looking for my SEO experiment on original content? Check out 45wn343on Does Lazy Loading Images Hurt SEO? TLDR: No. Important Update! Make sure you read my super popular related post on using noscript to add keywords even when there is no associated image – the results were pretty amazing Lazy loading is a technique to defer the display and resource loading … Read More

Apparently When You’re a Big Site, it pays to not implement rel=”alternate” hreflang=”x”

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Trip Advisor is a pretty big website with some really great, useful content for travellers looking to book accommodation, so it’s no mystery you’d see them a lot in SERPs for highly competitive travelling keyword verticals. With such a valuable search asset on their hands, you’d expect them to have SEO best practices pretty much down pat, right? Here is a … Read More