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Anton Koekemoer

Hi Richard,

Yes – I do agree. It usually depends on your type of business and where you are demographically situated (Especially if you tend to market to an international audience). Like the exception you’ve mentioned, with so many businesses competing online not everyone’s strategy and budget will be same.

Thanks for sharing.

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Stacia

Is it worth using the meta headings on your website then?
Someone told me to stop using them a while a go as they help
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