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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

6 Awesome Tips For Making Money from Blogging

If blogging is your passion, then you can earn money right from your home. There is multitude of ways you can explore to monetize your blog. These are 6 trusted and time tested avenues to make money blogging.

PPC advertising- 


PPC or Pay Per Click advertizing is one of the commonest internet advertizing models. It means that if a reader clicks on the advertisement, then the advertiser will pay you for every click.

Use your blog to sell ads- 


You can take control in your hands and sell direct ads on your blog-site that has a decent traffic by including ‘Advertise with us’ page informing buyers about rates and formats.

Publish paid reviews- 


Reviews can help you earn income through your blog. It is recommended that you publish reviews only about services or products that you are confident about.

Popup ads- 


In spite of its overuse, pop-ups continue to be an important source of revenue for many bloggers.

Earning by selling text links- 


Availability of an organic traffic to your blog entitles you to earn by using the option of text-link ads. You can link a portion of your blog text to a different site.

Freelancing- 


Freelancing helps you use your writing skills to work on full time basis as a freelance writer. You can also use your bog to showcase your writing acumen. There are innumerable opportunities to earn money by writing articles, blogs, reviews, press reports, and so forth.

Your blog has a sound potential to make money for you. All you need is to choose the right option and develop your niche to make your blogs more relevant to your readers.

Source :- https://www.facebook.com/groups/HumansofDigitalMarketing/permalink/908236882667562/

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Get Genuine [100%] Results from these Off Page SEO Techniques 2018

#copied but found worth reading 

Off page SEO is nothing but improving your website positions in Search Engine Results Page (SERP). It tells Google what others think about your site. Based on the links that you have on your site, search engine assumes that you have great content.Let’s dive into the details for more info on off page search engine optimization.

Get Authority Backlinks

You know, without backlinks, it’s impossible to rank on first page search results.

Backlinks are the most important off-page SEO factor when it comes to content marketers and bloggers. Because search engines trust your website more if your site has any authoritative relevant backlinks.

When Google looks for fresh content, it indexes your new pages and makes it available for search users. When relevant search queries are triggered, Google uses some algorithm facts to determine whose pages will rank. This we call as Google ranking factors in SEO terminology.

Here are the most important factors that Google considers while ranking:


The number of linking domains. The number of domains linking to your site is one of the most important ranking factors.

Page rank of a linking page. The links from the high page rank website is considered more than the links from low PR pages. Yes, try to get links from high PR pages.

The number of linking page. It is always recommended to have more links from individual domains rather than from a single domain.

Authority of linking domain. A link from low pagerank page on a high pagerank site is better than from a low pagerank one.

Count number of dofollow links. As Google officially stated that it won’t count nofollow links while ranking, it considers dofollow links.

Contextual links. The links within the content of the page are worth more than the links in a sidebar.
Links from homepage. The links from a homepage of a linking domain carry more strength than those on one of its pages.

Link relevancy. The links from pages related to your pages topic carry more relevancy for search engines.

Google views your website as more valuable than others if you have many backlinks from authoritative websites. Google analyzes the questions about links like, where does the link comes from?, quality of the link, how fresh the link is? Etc..

How to get those authoritative links?


#1. Guest blogging: No doubt, guest blogging takes you so far and helps a lot in acquiring great links The only challenging task here is, you need to do a lot of research about the topic. After that, you need to find out the top blogs in your niche and submit your pitch. If they accept and yes your article gets published.

#2. Broken link building: To earn the links, this method is pretty much faster than guest blogging. Do you know, lots of links on some authority blogs are actually dead. If hosting expires, during file transfer or migration of the sites, links are bound to break.

The one good point is broken pages don’t affect your site’s ranking. But it does give bad experience to user. If your customer service is bad, then 85% of your business could be lost according to the Sacramento Design Network.

So, conduct a backlink analysis on your niche websites. Find broken links, contact the owner and let them know about their dead links. There are chances that they will do a return favour by including your link on their website or you can offer replacement link too.

#3. Create compelling infographics: It always gives impressive results provided they are created with great information. If you have budget to afford, you can use Canva for professional infographic designers.

If you want to attract huge number of audience and acquire authoritative back links, then infographics works the best. Because, the ideal customers respond to visual content better than the plain text.
Infographics goes viral if you give sufficient promotion to it. When people share your infographics, it continuously generates organic traffic to your blog.

Source:-https://www.facebook.com/groups/HumansofDigitalMarketing/permalink/973708636120386/


Thursday, 8 February 2018

How Google Rank Sites Now


A short list of the strongest factors associated with high search rankings:

  • Relevant keywords on the page.
  • Keyword in internal links.
  • User signals (click-through-rate, time-on-site, bounce-rate).
  • Domain SEO visibility (how strong the domain is in terms of links and authority).
  • Search volume for a domain name.
  • The total number of backlinks.
  • The total number of referring domains (unique sites linking to your site).
  • Google+ social media activity.
  • Facebook social media activity.

Monday, 21 August 2017

Big Update From GOOGLE ... Switching to HTTPS: Is it really worth it?

Today Google webmaster warned non Https website, that it will show them as unsecured while user submits any form on their website. 

So before it happen migrate to Https. 

Recently many webmaster console users gets notification to migrate from non Https to https before 1st Oct 2017.



 Chrome will show the “Not secure” warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode.

Google said, “Beginning in October 2017, Chrome will show the ‘Not secure’ warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode.”

The emails that went out last night had the subject line, “Chrome will show security warnings for” and explained where they need to add HTTPS and more details on how to.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

4 Important Changes From Google’s Possum Update

Pigeon, Penguin, Panda, Hummingbird and, now, Possum.
Google’s latest algorithm update is a change to local search, with seemingly positive results for local businesses and for users. The update has put a lot more emphasis on the user’s location, which means users are getting more accurate results. Google’s filters for local search and organic search are evolving and part of this change means the two filters are now working more independently from one another.
Let’s break down and analyze Google’s latest update as it stands now:

Possum Update

Location and affiliation

Google is now filtering based on address and affiliation. For businesses that fall outside city limits, ranking for keywords that included that city name was difficult. Since Possum, these businesses have seen a huge spike in rankings.

The location of the user

If you’re searching from a different physical location other than that of the business, you’re likely going to encounter a completely different result. As a general rule of Possum: the further the distance, the lower the ranking. This is unsurprising as many local businesses are looking to optimize for “near me” searches, which doubled from 2014 to 2015

Variations in keywords matter

Slight variations between keywords are having a significant effect on results. Abbreviations and changes in phrase, for example, can alter SERPs, indicating Google is getting smarter and more specific.

Separation between local and organic search

Local and organic search are drifting apart with the latest update. For example, in the past if the URL you were linking to in your GMB listing was filtered organically, it would have had a negative impact. Since the update, this no longer seems to be the case.

Many local businesses will likely see positive results from this, while businesses without a local market might face some competition for rankings.

Google has a history of algorithm updates and refreshes, and nothing is set in stone. However, we’ll definitely be seeing some changes in the 3-pack.

The update, which took place on September 1st, hasn’t fully stabilized yet, which would indicate Google is still running tests. Until the dust completely settles, we won’t know the extent to which Possum will impact rankings and the nature of search. However, for many business owners, the results have been positive.

Google’s latest algorithm update is a change to local search, with seemingly positive results for local businesses and for users. The update has put a lot more emphasis on the user’s location, which means users are getting more accurate results. Google’s filters for local search and organic search are evolving and part of this change means the two filters are now working more independently from one another.

Source :- https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/4-important-changes-from-googles-possum-update-mudit-mohan

Wednesday, 6 January 2016

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Monday, 28 December 2015

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