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author: Krishna Reddy

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Top Off Page SEO Techniques You Shouldn’t Miss

There are few people who are not aware of the SEO but want to learn & start their career in search engine optimization. SEO is done for the website & web pages in order to achieve the highest rank position under search results for particular keywords. SEO can be split into 2 types – On page & Off page. On Pages are the changes that are done on the website such as – Meta title, description, internal linking, image alt tag, anchor text, head tags, and URL. Off-page means getting a link from a third party site which helps in ranking higher in the search results. In today’s blog post, I’m mentioning all the website from where I’ve got the backlinks. Here is the list –



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Importance of Dark Fiber in Telecom Industry.

As the name suggests, it is a fiber without light. It is, then, the optical dark fiber "without illuminating" , or what is the same, installed but not used. That is, it is the infrastructure that is ready for future customers to buy the bandwidth and on it to open the way to the technology that best suits them.The tubes that are installed under the ground to transport -among other things- fiber optics, usually have a higher capacity than the demand for communications requires. It is understandable, then, that the operating companies to open the streets decide to leave installed  "threads" without using to avoid having to raise the floors every time the demand for connections increases.The best analogy is that of a traffic jam: if by a road that connects two cities pass many cars, by expanding that road the vehicles will circulate more fluidly, and even more cars can pass by there. In other words, they will increase the capacity and speed of the circulation. Hence, those conduits so wid

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