Jan
27
2012
Jan 27, 2012

As recently as 2010, Google has taken into consideration social media influence on its search engine results. In a nutshell, Google has started looking into social networks and shared content as a means of improving SERP rankings. However, popular content from Twitter and Facebook mostly influences real-time results (as opposed to normal search engine results). Meanwhile, Search Plus Your World, which exclusively deals with shared content found in Google+. Your website rankings will still rely on your page's link quality and the reputation of the people who are linking back to your content (i.e., they shouldn't be bots). Good News for Busine...

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Jan
17
2012
Jan 17, 2012

Just recently, Google launched "Search Plus Your World", a new search initiative designed to make sweeping, board changes in the way Google goes about delivering its search results. In general terms, Search Plus Your World is a more "sociable" way of conducting searches. To be more specific, searches will not only be considering factors such as factoids and data, but also user relationships and personal interests. It takes into account the ever-growing social media trend into search engine form, which once again makes Google Search a one-of-a-kind engine that caters to every aspect of user search. The Newest Frontier in Google Search  Alt...

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Jan
11
2012
Jan 11, 2012

Links versus Content Quality in SEO

Which is more important, links or content? To be true, in order to make your link building worthwhile, you have to also make a site worth linking to, or else you efforts at popularizing your site won’t grow or naturally develop among the denizens of the Internet. Then again, you shouldn't neglect links and all the other things that make your site SEO-friendly either, because no visitor will be able to have a chance to take a look at your all-original and interesting content either. Simply put, link and content building should go hand-in-hand. You shouldn't concentrate exclusively with one or the other if you want to ensure the success of yo...

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Jan
09
2012
Jan 09, 2012

In SEO terms, you can never have too many links as long as the content of your site itself remains interesting, relevant, and high quality. When you're link building, your best case scenario is acquiring organic links that are being attracted on their own on the basis of merit or how interesting your content is. By meeting all these conditions, you should be able to make as many links as you like without any particular limitation whatsoever. There's no cap or limit to the number of links you can acquire as long as you keep everything organic and natural. As long as you're abiding by the guidelines and not spamming your site everywhere, then t...

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Dec
20
2011
Dec 20, 2011

There are those that insist that too much of a good thing is bad for you, and everything must be done in moderation. With that in mind, can people build too many links? According to Google and its Webmaster Guidelines, as long as you follow the rules properly, you shouldn't worry about building too many links at all. No, you will not be banned from building too many links, especially if you're doing so while following the rules. Google has noted time and time again that websites can never have too many links, so people shouldn't worry about "abusing the system" or being penalized for building too many links, especially if most of these are pr...

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