International SEO specialists like to talk about the importance of "accents," those marks that reside either above, below, or between existing characters in a piece of text in the relevant language, for search engine algorithms.
But don't search engines these days actually compensate for accents automatically? Some argue that all you need to do is directly place the character in HTML and Google will do the work for you. So what's the story?
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