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Jun 14 , 2012

Debunking Common SEO Myths – Part One

Posted By: Johan Hedin Category: SEO

There are a lot of search engine optimization (SEO) myths out there that people believe yet are totally bogus when further investigated. Learning which SEO techniques work or don't work can be the key to truly optimizing your website for search engine rankings. Putting in Too Many Links in One Domain There's no such thing as having too many links pointing to your site from one domain. People fear reprisal from search engines like Google when this happens because they think that these links may be considered as "spam", which will then cause their sites to get lower search engine results page (SERP) rankings. The fact of the matter is […]

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In order to survive the ever-changing landscape of the information superhighway, you need to first specifically adapt to the newest Google Panda 3.4 update (over 50 changes) then acquire habits that will "future-proof" your website from becoming de-indexed by any future Google algorithm changes. The questions on everyone's minds are "How can I survive the latest Google Panda 3.4 update?" and "How can I survive future Google algorithm changes?" Thankfully, the following items hold the answer on how you'll be able to adapt and flourish after Google again changed the way Search Engine Optimization (SEO) companies will go about optimizing websites for the search engine giant. • Latent Semantic Indexing: […]

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May 21 , 2012

Google Panda 3.4 Algorithm Change Survival Guide

Posted By: Johan Hedin Category: SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a complicated business, thanks to the regular updates done on Google's search algorithm. With the widespread rollover of the Google Panda 3.4 (added to more than 50 updates from March to April 2012), the war against link farms, blog networks that use spam, and links originating from unrelated sites continues. The casualties of this latest SEO battle were immeasurable; a lot of sites that depended on the "SEO" tactics of blog spamming, link building through unrelated sties, and link farming have suffered lowered page ranks or de-indexing. Search Engine Marketing Is Forever Evolving Search Engine Marketing (SEM) needs to evolve along with the newest trends […]

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May 14 , 2012

Latest Google Updates and Google Panda 3.4

Posted By: Johan Hedin Category: SEO

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 […]

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Mar 05 , 2012

Anchor Texts Guide for Best SEO Practices

Posted By: Johan Hedin Category: SEO

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 text […]

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