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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) experts had their hands full between March and April. The reason? No other than Google’s new updates to its algorithm, the most important of which is Google Panda 3.4. Even though the sweeping changes and regular updates can be troubling to companies that are still using outdated SEO tactics, they're still done for the betterment of the product in the long run.
While it may be difficult to take all the new changes, in the end, SEO experts would be smart to adapt to these updates because Google remains the leader in the field of search engine technology, and wherever it leads, many websites follow and bend...
Here are the things you need to remember when putting in anchor texts. First off, multiple anchors from the same page don't offer more value. Putting the same link on the same page doesn't at all help in the SEO (search engine optimization) side of things, and users aren't too keen about them either. There's no additional value in being redundant with the same anchor texts. As such, anchor text link diversity provides the strongest benefit for your website's overall SEO visibility.
Keep in mind that while having anchor text from multiple addresses is helpful, they're not as beneficial if they come from multiple domains. You should get anchor...
Search engine optimization (SEO) entails the generation of traffic to a webpage from search engines through organic results. SEO is the most powerful tool you'll ever need for garnering online traffic as well as translating that traffic into new customers and added profit for your company.
Statistically speaking, more than a third of web users depend on search engines when browsing for services, products, and content, which explains why it's in the best interest of many a company out there to learn everything they can about optimizing their websites for search engine indexing so that they can immediately target their respective consumer base...
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).
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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.
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