Archive for the ‘SEO’ Category.

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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Dec
15
2011
Dec 15, 2011

Duplicate content can be a hassle even though it's not necessarily a punishable offense. It's as legal yet ripe for spamming abuse as bold tags, to be honest. Besides which, because Google is all about gathering unique and original results, the search engine has a tendency to group together pages that essentially contain the same material into just one result, which sometimes leads to a low SERP (search engine results page) ranking and a needlessly long and unfriendly URL full of parameters and special characters. Why Duplicate Content is Bad for SEO Dilution of SEO: It's much more effective in SEO terms to have twenty back links lead...

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Nov
17
2011
Nov 17, 2011

From the get go, let this one fact be clear: Duplicate content isn't a punishable offense in Google search result terms, but the act of spamming duplicate content is. For instance, if some spammer comes along and makes a page that contains plagiarized content from Wikipedia or other similar sources in order to drive up traffic for ecommerce's sake without so much as marking it up or adding valid content, then that's spamming by definition. This attempt at manipulating the system is a disservice to Google and its users. These are the sites that get punished and have their rankings reduced or revoked altogether. To be sure that your rankings...

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Nov
07
2011
Nov 07, 2011

Web content and search engine optimization techniques mostly revolve on how original or unique your content are in light of search engine policies concerning duplicate content. To be more specific, search quality depends on the uniqueness of your site, although duplicate content in and of itself isn't something that's penalized, despite possible belief. Even on Google's Webmaster Guidelines on duplicate content outright acknowledges that most duplicate content has been made without deception in mind, so Google has no intention of penalizing each and every last instance of it. The thing is, because plagiarizers, spammers, and scammers typic...

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