If you asked this question a few years ago, the answer would be yes. However, with search engines ramping up their algorithms, the answer is no. When you repeat content you run the risk of Google not being able to determine which page is more relevant. It is better to consolidate content on one URL.
We do not recommend deleting content from your website without doing some research first. For example, using software like Google Analytics can help determine the relevance of a page on your website. Typically if a page has not received traffic in the last 6 to 12 months, it can be deleted. We also suggest measuring [...]
When you speak to Alexa, or Google, your performing a search with your voice. This sound is recognized as a searching option for these machines, which then use the internet to generate search results. The same applies with images. Users can drop an image into search (Think Google Images) and the search engines look for [...]
SEO can drastically improve your website when done correctly. It is important to know that SEO is not a one-time action. It needs to be managed constantly in order to be fully effective. Technical SEO involves improved load times, decreased bounce rate and increased user engagement. Having high quality content and key words improves both [...]
This answer is more complicated because there is not one reason. Google does not have full access to social media platforms. What you do on social media is not a direct ranking factor for Google. Just as search engines crawl website for keywords and backlinks, the same can be said for social media. Posts and [...]