Archive for the ‘SEO’ Category.

Oct
24
2012
Oct 24, 2012

The disavow link tool is a tool you can use to disavow (that is, disown, reject, and recant) links to your website in case they are "unnatural" in nature and can possibly do more harm than good when it comes to your site's search engine optimization (SEO). Whenever a manual spam action is done to your site, you can use the disavow links tool (made by Google or Bing) in order to resolve the issue. Obviously, links are the strongest signal used by search engines in order to gather content for its search engine results pages (SERPs). Google tends to look at links as signals that help establish the relevancy, importance, and reputation of a given...

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Oct
17
2012
Oct 17, 2012

White label SEO (search engine optimization), otherwise known as private label SEO, is simply the word used to refer to the services of primary SEO providers that are offered to SEO agents while working under their "label" or company, which means their offerings are credited to the agents instead of themselves. These providers work under the name of the company they're servicing so that the company could attract more clients and handle a bigger workload even though it doesn't have the manpower or size required for the job yet. The entire point of availing of white label SEO (if you're an SEO agent or reseller) is to make the end clients think...

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Oct
11
2012
Oct 11, 2012

If you're wondering why your hard-earned SERP (search engine results page) ranking has plummeted since April 24, 2012, then it may have something to do with Google's new brainchild: Google Penguin. Unlike Google Panda, which covers Google's search engine algorithm in general, Google Penguin was specifically created in order to deal with spam.The good news for Google users is that they're less likely to end up in irrelevant sites soliciting all sorts of unrelated products for keywords barely even related to what they're selling. The bad news for many webmasters out there is the fact that their rankings will now go tumbling down due to fals...

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Oct
04
2012
Oct 04, 2012

Even back in the days of Web 1.0, sites were regularly moved from host to host, so it's common to see a "We Have Moved" page and a short message about updating bookmarks followed by an automatic redirect to the new address and host of the site. However, this all changed when Google, MSN (nowadays known as Bing), and other search engine sites came along (Yahoo wasn't a search engine back in the late nineties) and made SEO (search engine optimization) gain more importance.How to Retain SEO Ranking When MovingIf you were merely moving your website, you wouldn't have any problems. However, the fact that you could lose your hard-earned SEO...

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Sep
27
2012
Sep 27, 2012

SEO or search engine optimization is among the most common strategies used for online business promotion. Companies these days either employ full time SEO consultants to optimize their sites or simply outsource this task to any competent company. Earlier, getting higher search engine rankings were all expected from the internet marketing efforts, however, you are required to explore and use several other things and practices. Further, even the companies have better awareness about the performance regarding their SEO efforts and demand for a detailed report for their ROI via SEO. This includes monitoring yours and your competitors’ SEO strat...

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