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Believe it or not, you don’t need a computer to improve your SEO.
Back in 2006, former Googler Matt Cutts claimed that there were over 200 ranking factors that contribute to your website’s SEO. In reality though, that number is a total crock of crap. The consensus is that there are way, way more than 200 ranking factors. In fact, there may even be a few that you can influence offline, without a computer.
Well, Google’s relationship with brands is pretty tricky, and we don’t know with absolute certainty how that relationship works.
Online SEO, also known as On-Page SEO, is the SEO that you do on your actual website or a blog. Online SEO needs constant changes in order to improve the ranking on SERP. The popular ways of the search engines to rank the website is by looking the prominence and frequency of particular keywords and phrases on various aspects of your site and assigning an appropriate degree of weight according to it.