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9 SEO Quirks You Should Be Aware Of

February 5, 2013
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They say the devil is in the details. When it comes to search engine optimization, those details include some important quirks you need to know about: conforming to search engine behavior, keeping up with changes in search engine behavior, playing well with other websites to protect your SEO and avoiding common practices that obstruct SEO. Here are nine examples of what I call SEO quirks. See how many you know about. 1. In subfolder and file names, use dashes, not underscores...

 

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