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    What is page segmentation in SEO?

    What is page segmentation? Is it important for seo?

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    Page segmentation is all about tracking the site visitors like (i.e.)which are the landing pages and exit pages. So that you can have a brief idea that how can you improve exit pages content and design to make it more convenient for the landing user.

    Hope this helps.

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    Or like I always say to questions like this///////

    GOOGLE IT....

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Or like I always say to questions like this///////

    GOOGLE IT....
    lolz....Yeah you are right-

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    It is really hard to describe the page segmentation, but I am trying to give a short snap of your question.

    Division of a web-page that contain few or little information to offer readers as well as search engine crawlers.

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    Page segmentation is a study technique devised by search engines to calculate the importance or relevance of a page to the web.A simple example of page segmentation is described when reading segments such as ‘privacy policy’ and ‘about us’ on a website. Such sections do not really determine what a page is about and are therefore irrelevant according to search engines.


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  7. But I really do not thing that there is a connection between segmentation and getting rank on search engine. However, on the other hand, it helps you to know about your visitors, what they are looking for and take decisions on which page to rank, which page to target and etc....

  8. You can found your question using search engine, and get more answer completely.

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    Page segmentation in the language of SEO means that search engines take a more sharpen look to analyzing different parts of a web document. When a search engine looks at a web page, it wants to see what the document is really about and separate the clutter from the meat of the web page.

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