How Would You Find A VA To Learn All SEO Bootcamp Stuff And Keep Them Working For You?

By April

In episode 167 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked how to find a VA who would want to learn all SEO bootcamp stuff and how to keep them.

The exact question was:

That seo boot camp is comprehensive, I don't want to learn all of that stuff. You suggested hiring a VA to learn and implement, how would you find a VA who would want to learn all of that and how would you keep them working for you?

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Whose Name Do You Publish Under When Providing Content Services For Clients?

By April

 

In episode 167 of the weekly Hump Day Hangouts by Semantic Mastery, one viewer asked whose name the team publishes under when providing content services to clients.

The exact question was:

When providing content services for clients, whose name do you publish under? Do you ask your clients for their preference? Or decide for them?

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Why Is It Better To Host All Products In One Domain Instead Of Two?

By April

In episode 167 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked why it’s better to host all products in one domain instead of two.

The exact question was:

Bradley, I need to make the argument that its better for a company to have all their products on 1 primary domain with their website like www.myco.com and not have a website like www.myco.com and their products on a sub domain like: products.myco.com. with the 2 interlinking. Give me all the good reasons why 1 domain is better.

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Should You Have An Individual Blog On Each Page For A Site With Individual City Pages?

By April

In the 167th episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether one should have an individual blog on each page that is related to a city, or just produce content related to the city and post it on the homepage.

The exact question was:

On my website ibuyhomes.com I have individual city pages where I try and buy homes. On WordPress.
Can I or should I have an individual blog on each page that is related to that city. Or should I just produce content related to the city and post on home page?

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Would You Recommend Moving A New Niche To A New Hosting Only After Verifying Growth Potential?

By April

 

In episode 167 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if it's wise to set up a new niche site in an existing hosting and only move it to a new one after it shows potential for growth.

The exact question was:

Also, I am planning to start a new niche site but I am not sure if the new site will take off. Do you think it will be wise to set up the site in an existing hosting and only move it to a new hosting after verifying that the site show potential for growth? The reason I am thinking this is to save some money. What is your advice?

Thanks!

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Does The “Related Post” Feature Make Silos Less Effective?

By April

 

In episode 167 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if the related post feature makes silos less effective since it pulls posts from other silos.

The exact question was:

Hi BB and team,

I am currently using a theme that has this “”related post' feature at the bottom of the page. Sometimes it is pulling posts from other silos. Is this ‘related post' feature will make the silos less effective since it's pulling posts from another silo? What is your advice on this?

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Is It True That Google Will Penalize A Review/Product Type Rich Snippet Placed On The Homepage?

By April

In episode 166 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked whether Google will penalize a review/product type rich snippet that is placed on the homepage of a website.

The exact question was:

I remember I read somewhere that putting a review/product type rich-snippet data on your homepage (instead of an organization/webpage/article type) is not good, cause google will penalize you somehow? I mean a review/product type schema which shows those review stars below your listing on the SERPs (for better CTR). Is this true or just a gossip?

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Are There Any Benefits Of Subfolders In Terms Of Link Juice?

By April

In episode 166 of our weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked about the benefits of using subfolders in terms of link juice.

The exact question was:

I had read an article recently about the advantages of Sub-directories for link juice over sub-domains.
The following is the link:

How Subdomains and Subfolders Affect SEO


Should we just go ahead and just build out subdomains or can there be any benefits to subfolders?

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