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SEO Objective Interview Questions..

Q1) Which of the following free tools/websites could help you identify which city in the world has the largest search for the keyword – “six sigma”? a. Yahoo Search Term Suggestion Tool
b. Alexa
c. Google Traffic Estimator
d. Google Trends
e. WordTracker Answer: Google Trends Q2)What does the 301 server response code signify? a. Not Modified
b. Moved Permanently
c. syntax error in the request
d. Payment is required
e. The request must be authorized before it can take place Answer: Moved Permanently Q3)What term is commonly used to describe the shuffling of positions in search engine results in between major updates? a. Waves
b. Flux
c. Shuffling
d. Swaying Answer: Flux Q4)10 people do a web search. In response, they see links to a variety of web pages. Three of the 10 people choose one particular link. That link then has a __________ clickthrough rate. a. less than 30%
b. 30 percent
c. more than 30% Answer: 30 Percent Q5)Which of the following factors have an impact on the Google PageRank? a. The …

SEO Interview Questions/Answer....

Question A:On Home Page, I have 10 images, from which I want the Google Spider to crawl only 5 and remaining 5 should be hidden from the Spider? What will I do? Answer A)I will make a separate folder in the root file and put all those five 5 images which I don’t want the spider to crawl and then add the folder in the Robots.txt Question B)What is the difference between Indexing and Crawling? Answer B)1) When theSearch Enginescome on your website and read the data or find the data, this process is called crawling. 2) Whenever Search Engines come on your website, which ever page they crawl, they take a copy of that page with them and save it on their server. This process done by the search engine is called Indexing Question C)Which four search engines comprise 90%+ of all general web search traffic? Answer C)Google, Yahoo!, MSN/Live and Ask Question D)Three most important elements in the head section of an HTML document that are employed by search engines.