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White label search engine optimization, also known as private label SEO, is a lucrative industry that brings in billions of dollars annually. It provides world-class SEO consultation at affordable prices to people that would like to outsource their SEO needs to the true professionals of the field. The white label SEO reseller program requires only the best SEO experts around. It's an outsourcing deal that's superior to in-house SEO because you'll have fewer delays with it, such that more deadlines will be met. Usually, in-house SEO requirements will change as the company sees fit, so any predetermined deadline will ultimately be scrapped by m...
One commonsensical way to gain better Google visibility and improve your website's SEO effectiveness is to write blogs. More to the point, blogs are wonderful way to acquire links. As a webmaster, you should anticipate what your target audience should most likely type on the search bar in order to get to your page. It's still the best way to optimize your website.
Making Blog Content Out of Keywords
Keyword-based blog content is one of the most powerful methods of SEO. Here's who you go about it. If your customers want to acquire spa services within the Los Angeles area, then the obvious key phrase there is "Los Angeles spa services". I...
Google TV—a Google service that combines video, apps, and TV together in a SmartTV format using the Android Operating System— is already upon us, so the question in everyone's mind is whether or not Google is also increasing its focus on video content indexing. With that said, that's a rather loaded question, because it implies (directly or indirectly) that Google hasn't been focusing enough on indexing video content, which is far from the truth.
Google and Video Content Indexing
Google is the type of company that lives and dies by how comprehensive its search engine is. Acquiring as much web data as it could possibly have is part o...
A good question many website owners have at the back of their minds is whether or not the first link in your webpage will affect your page rankings or the effectiveness of your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts. Is deciding what the first link in your page is a factor in SEO at all or not? In the visitor's perspective, it kind of is the latter—your first link isn't as important as your content or overall link relevancy, it'd seem.
Is Your First Link a Factor in SEO?
As far as the experts are concerned, the answer to the above question is, "Not really." It sounds like a commonsensical question that's oftentimes overlooked by SEO...
Panda 2.2 is already amidst us, with SEO experts and webmasters already adjusting their content to suite this new algorithm change for Google's search engine functionality. Relatively long ago, Google announced the launching of a new, major algorithm unlike any the web has ever seen. It was specifically designed to reduce the rankings of "low-quality sites" or sites that are tangentially correlated to a search word yet offers little in terms of content or relevancy otherwise.
Panda is different from any other algorithm update because it's by no means subtle in its presence. Even though Google claims only 11.8% of U.S. qu...