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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.