Similarly on this page we might at some stage have decided that we want to feature some products on there or something. It might have started looking quite commercial. So we need to make sure that if we’re going to have both of these, that they are very clearly speaking to separate intents and not containing the same information and the same keywords for the most part and that kind of thing. Quick tip Lastly, it would be better if we didn’t get into the situation in the first place. So a quick tip that I would recommend, just as a last takeaway, is before you produce a piece of content.
Containing Their Target Demographics
Say for example before I produced this Albania Phone Number List Whiteboard Friday, I did a sitemoz.com cannibalization so I can see what content had previously existed on Moz.com that was about cannibalization. I can see, oh, this piece is very old, so we might — it’s a very old Whiteboard Friday, so we might consider redirecting it. This piece mentions cannibalization, so it’s not really about that. It’s maybe about something else. So as long as it’s not targeting that keyword we should be fine and so on and so forth. Just think about what other pieces exist, because if there is something that’s basically targeting the same keyword.
To Drive Sales Other Companies Might Like
Then obviously you might want to DT Leads consider consolidating or redirecting or maybe just updating the old piece. That’s all for today. Thank you very much. Want to use Python, but don’t know where to begin? Britney and Pumpkin are here in their second episode as co-hosts with more great tips on how to get started! Photo of the whiteboard outlining the basics of Python. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a larger version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, Moz fans. Welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. I’m your host Britney.