Hi there, I've written a blog post (with my poor English sorry) about a common SEO problem, and I need any idea to help me make it better. The basic idea is that a website sends a lot of signals, some are good and other are negative. Negative signals not necessary leads to a penalty or something like that, but getting more and more of these bad vibes leads a lot of websites to stop performing or to never perform with search engines. These are the first 6 bad signals I discussed and I would be happy if you can tell me about other signals that I may add on the post: #1 SEO Malus: The “no reason” backlink pattern when you start a new link building campaign while nothing was happening to your website for a while #2 SEO Malus: The “perfectly on-topic” backlinks When all your backlinks comes from same-topic pages (in many cases it looks so unnatural for my opinion) #3 SEO Malus: Full Keyword Distribution When every page of your website targets a well-chosen keyword. #4 SEO Malus: The 500 words Symptom When almost of your web pages have approximately the same length #5 SEO Malus: The perfect image alt attribute:”always” When you systematically add your main keyword in the alt attribute of the first image #6 SEO Malus: The unidentified flying title When your brand name doesn't appear in the title tags, when it appears only in the home page title for example I discussed all of these "bad signals" and then I tried to discuss some good practices to avoid them. I will be very happy to get any helpful idea to add other signals and best practices to the blog post. http://www.seo-hero.tech/blog/2017/01/13/best-seo-practices-avoid-terrible-signals/.