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Analytical mind-set – Your specialist should be able to carefully analyse data and use it to come up with ideas that can improve your site. Those colourful reports filled with numbers and stats are worthless unless they also include actions that need to be taken to better your site. A real expert will know where to look to determine whether there’s a penalty lingering, which pages have issues, and what improvements can be made and where. On page experience – They should be able to audit a website and highlight strengths and weaknesses, as well as being good at creating a website’s architecture. They should have HTML knowledge in order to suggest various tags that are needed. Words like “schema mark-up” or “rich snippets” should be part of their resume. Off page experience – This is an invaluable skill if your website has a links related penalty. It’s also a great skill for...

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