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Thursday, 26 December 2013

Share your SEO Strategy or Tips in 2013

Dear Webmasters,

I want to ask from you that what you are doing now a days. After Google Penguin and Panda Update, we know what Google search engine like
1.Informative or Quality content on website.
2.Post unique articles on quality article sites. approx 10 high quality article sites as sooperarticles, articlerich and articlebase etc including the wordpress and bloggers.com. because I think search engine want want quality work, not quantity of links as we do before 4 years.
3.Website must be sharing button as Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin so that users can share it.
4.Create dedicated account in Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin and Google Plus Account.
5.Use responsive design of your website and simple navigation.
6.Not use any black hat techniques as cloaking, doorway pages or keyword stuffing.
7.Create dedicated account in Google plus + sites.

Note: I think at this times the website should be user friendly so that your bounce rate will decrease, create natural backlinks as simple way concentrate on quality backlinks, not in quantity of backlinks. The article should be posted in only around 10 article sites . 

Here we want to share what I am doing now a days after panda and penguin update:
1.Check quality of content on the website.
2.Quality and unique article post in around 10 articles sites only.
3.Press Release submission and distribution online.
4.Directory Submission (only in high pr sites and if the site is news)
5.Bookmarking submission (only in high pr sites and if the site is news)
6.Classified Posting and Submission online.
7.Share our content on social media sites.
8.Document sharing for your content online. (some good pr sites)

I know all webmasters will be doing the same things. If something is missing Which I am not doing in my SEO strategy, please suggest me. Thanks.

Thursday, 10 October 2013

How to Recover From Google Penguin 2.1: Follow Significant Tips

The latest Spam fighting algorithm “Penguin 2.1” has been made public; Matt Cutts, a Google official has shared this piece of NEWS through Twitter. In addition, he also stated that this Penguin version will affect 1% change in the search.

Here we are sharing some tips which will help to recover your site traffic from Google Penguin 5 which are given below:

1. Remove all bad links from your website.

2.Never lose confidence in SEO Work.

3.Launch your new site.

4.Connect with SEO Community.

5.Use Social Networking To Recover Traffic

In this way we can say that if you use all above tips after losing your traffic from recently google penguin 5, we can hope you will gain your traffic in a few days. All the Best.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

5 Incredible SEO Tips to Rank Better in Search Engines

We are sharing 5 SEO Tips to rank better in search engines which are given below:

1.Build links

2.On-Page SEO

3.Register with Google Webmaster Tools and submit an .XML sitemap

4.Regular Updates and time

5.Clever keyword use across the board

Sunday, 28 July 2013

Top 21 SEO Tips and Tricks to follow in 2013

  1. 1.Determine the strategy for keywords
  2. 2.Make list the potential keywords
  3. 3.Check competition of keywords
  4. 4.Check html tag
  5. 5.Check Title
  6. 6.Check meta tag and description tag
  7. 7.check URL
  8. 8.Check First Paragraph
  9. 9.Content lengths
  10. 10.Content quality
  11. 11.Keyword Density
  12. 12.Image Optimization
  13. 13.Sitemap submission
  14. 14.HTML Sitemap
  15. 15.Avoid excessive HTML
  16. 16.Avoid major content in Flash
  17. 17.Robots.txt
  18. 18.Use social media effectively
  19. 19.Generate Quality backlinks
  20. 20.Use Google analytics
  21. 21.Keyword Tracking.

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Google AdSense Confirms Favicons On Ads

Recently Google has officially announced that favicons on some text ads are the real deal. 

Google Team say, " Today we’re happy to share the introduction of favicons to our text ads. A favicon is a small graphic that an advertiser can use to brand their website, such as their company logo."

Google said you should expect a positive impact on user experience and publisher earnings.

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Why Offline Businesses Need Online Marketing?

You have a local based brick and mortar business, so no reason to invest in online marketing, right? Location based businesses couldn’t be more wrong. Do not miss out on sales and customers by ignoring or avoiding online marketing. One of the key principles of business is to be where your target audience is looking for you. A growing number of consumers are searching online before making a purchase decision, so your business needs to be there in order for them to find you and include your company in their decision making process.

How do consumers search for businesses?

90% use a search engine
48% use the online Yellow Pages
42% use comparison shopping websites

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Google Updated Penguin 2.0 Web spam Algorithm 2013

Matt Cutts said we started rolling out the next generation of the Penguin web spam algorithm on 22 May 2013 and the roll out is now complete. That update affects 2.3% of English-US a regular user might notice. The change has also finished rolling out for other languages world-wide. The scope of Penguin varies by language, e.g. languages with more web spam will see more impact.

Friday, 17 May 2013

Matt Cutts On 10 New SEO Changes At Google In Next Few Months

He pre-announced changes Google will be implementing to the ranking and indexing algorithms in the next few months. Specifically, he mentioned about ten changes coming to Google's search results and algorithms over this summer - in the "next few months

Google Team say, they will do some changes in the following areas which are given below
1.Major Penguin Update
2.Advertorial Spam
3.Spammy Queries Being Looked At
4.Going Upstream At Link Spammers
5.More Sophisticated Link Analysis
6.Improvements On Hacked Sites
7.Authority Boost In Algorithm
8.Panda To Soften
9.Domain Clusters In SERPs
10.Improved Webmaster Communication

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The Top Five SEO Mistakes According To Google’s Matt Cutts

(1) Not having a website or having a website that is not crawl-able is the biggest mistake he sees.

(2) Not including the right words on the page. The example Matt gave is: don’t just write, “Mt. Everest Height” but write, “How high is Mt. Everest?” because that is how people search.

(3) Don’t think about link building, think about compelling content and marketing.

(4) Don’t forget to think about the title and description of your most important pages.

(5) Not using web-master resources and learning about how Google works and what SEO is about.

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Google's Targeted Penalty Webmaster Tools Notification

One Webmasters are sharing with other webmasters. The interesting part is that this notification is very specific that although the site has a penalty, the penalty is only being applied to a specific page or section of his site.

Google said the penalty is "very targeted action to reduce trust in the unnatural links," but not in the other links pointing to the site. Google said they took "very targeted action" because they know these "links may be outside of your control" and thus don't want to penalize you for that.

Google did add that they "recommend removing any unnatural links to your site" and when you do, you are recommended to "submit a reconsideration request."

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

What is Google doing?

A few years ago, web thinker Jeff Jarvis published an homage to the world’s most successful Web search and advertising company titled “What Would Google Do?” These days, the question seems to be, “What is Google doing?”

Google won us over with a revolutionary approach to Web search that made its predecessors seem archaic. It quickly toppled Yahoo as the coolest company on the planet based solely on its efficient and fast way of finding everyone else’s content. Now, though, Google is something entirely different.

Search has turned out to be only Google’s opening gambit. It still owns just under 70 percent of search market share, and because of that reach about 40 percent of online advertising. For some companies that would be enough, this one, near-perfect service. But Google had bigger ambitions than merely imposing order on the Internet’s chaos.

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Google DMCA Algorithm Worries Some Webmasters

Google launched a new search algorithm aimed at downgrading the ranking of those who have many DMCA requests that were legit.

But any user generated content site should have policies and measures and checks to ensure unique, valuable and not-stolen content is used on the site. If you do not do that, you can be hit by not just the DMCA algorithm but algorithms like Panda.

Friday, 1 March 2013

Avoiding Google Penalties for Link Building

To benefit from a link-building strategy, incoming referrals should be as genuine as possible – namely from social media network accounts, established online magazines or third-party blogs you contribute to, provided the subject matter of the articles is relevant to your online business. For example, you cannot embed a backlink to your site from a football report if your website promotes mobile phones. It will also help if you have Google Author Rank, which indicates you are, or employ, a reliable writer who produces high-quality content.

Google crawlers can detect where, and when backlinks come from. If you have links coming in on a regular basis from a number of different sites, a red flag will be put up and your site will be investigated. The likelihood is you will probably receive a penalty — especially if you are using the same few keywords.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Google Dishes Out Widespread Penalties For Advertorials

Recently Google penalized Interflora, a very popular UK flower seller, for using advertorials as a way to boost their site's ranking before Valentine's Day. Then we noticed that Google not only penalized Interflora but also the news sites that were placing the advertorials on their behalf by downgrading their PageRank to zero.

Google Team Say, "Please be wary if someone approaches you and wants to pay you for links or "advertorial" pages on your site that pass PageRank. Selling links (or entire advertorial pages with embedded links) that pass PageRank violates our quality guidelines, and Google does take action on such violations. The consequences for a linkselling site start with losing trust in Google's search results, as well as reduction of the site's visible PageRank in the Google Toolbar. The consequences can also include lower rankings for that site in Google's search results.

Friday, 1 February 2013

Search Engine Optimization Tips for Your Online Business

If you have an online business, you need to develop a good search engine optimization campaign to improve your presence on the internet. Do not limit your SEO campaign to your main website. You should also optimize your mobile website, social networking profiles, YouTube videos, message board, your articles featured on article directories, and your blog.

Creating quality content is the most important thing for the success of your online business. If you are able to write quality articles or create excellent videos, people will share this content, which means more back-links to your site or blog. Visitors will come back to your site if they know they can find quality content or if they subscribe to your newsletter or social networking updates. The popularity of your site will directly influence your ranking in search results. No matter how good your other SEO techniques are, your site will not be successful if you do not create quality content.

The concept of search engine optimization is not optional if you are serious about having a popular website that gets visitors, traffic and hopefully business from search engines. The results are just too important to ignore. Fortunately, you can do some things about it on your own or make specific requests of a professional to help you. Those specific ideas were listed in this article, so you now know what to do!

Thursday, 10 January 2013


This is the hardest part about SEO and the toughest to understand for most people. Good links to your site will make you rank higher. If you think about how many times you search and see Wikipedia show up, it’s because people constantly reference Wikipedia by linking to pages on the Wikipedia website. To Google, this means the content is relevant and authoritative. So to boost your own rankings you’ll want to get some links.

But where do you even start? That’s a question with a lot of answers, but for beginners the easiest thing to do is to see where your competitors are getting their links. If a site links to them, they should link to you, too, right?

If you want to check out a competitor’s links, one of the best free tools is Bing Webmaster Tools. You’ll need to first get your site verified (you can learn how to do this here) and then you’ll have a chance to get to the goodies in your dashboard. Just click into Diagnostics & Tools > Link Explorer and you’ll be able to get information from Bing’s database on links to any domain or page you’d like (with a limit of 1,000 links

Saturday, 5 January 2013

A Good Web Design Tips

The Success of your Website depends on Good Web Design. Use the excellent Web Design tips presented here for the best results: 

1.If you want your site to bring in more visitors, you should ensure it’s simple to navigate. Your links need to be prominently placed, easy to understand and functional. You can also make navigating your site easier with a menu.

2.Link to the main page from every other page of the site so visitors can easily find important information.

3.Make sure your logo links to your homepage. 

4.Before purchasing a hosting service, you must first establish exactly what features or options are included. Make sure you understand the bandwidth, storage space, CPU usage and any extras that come with the offer. Make sure you know what you are getting.

5.Dedicate a place where readers can give their input and feedback. That will allow you to fix any problems that you may not otherwise notice. If your visitors feel like they are a part of your site, they will want to return.

6.Keep in mind, a website does not have to be designed only by you. Effective web design requires the developer to understand a variety of different disciplines, including programming, SEO, usability and graphic design principles. So, don’t be ashamed to ask for help if you need some. So, consider hiring a specialist to help you make your website great.

Note: If you post sloppily-written content or content riddled with mistakes, you will appear extremely unprofessional. A site that does not look professional will cause visitors to go elsewhere.