The term “professional SEO” is thrown around quite often. In fact, I’d venture to assume that there are quite a few people that stay relatively up-to-date on current tactics and news by reading a few SEO blogs. But being able to read about SEO does not make one an expert. In fact, if this were all it took, then we’d… read more →
If you’ve been watching closely what’s been happening in the SEO world in the last couple of years you know that most of the technques that used to work out are no longer useful and are nothing but a time waster. So, if you are running your own website or you are a SEO, you know it is high time… read more →
Link building can be considered a key factor for getting a decent Google PageRank. No matter how good your website’s content and on-site optimization is, without links from authority websites you can say goodbye to good Google ranking positions for your keywords. After Google let their wild animals, the Panda and the Penguin, out of their cages, SEO has become… read more →
Not too long ago Google introduced their long anticipated Link Disavow Tool. A lot has been said on the web about this tool, what it does and who needs to use it. Now, let me first remind you how Google (and most of the other search engines) work. Even though they have been iterating it again and again that links… read more →
Since Google is the number one search engine worldwide many businesses set up their websites but didn’t have any idea how much it could have changed through the years now and how hard it might be to come up on the first page. Now it is like a battlefield, ranking on the top on the SERP is a real challenge.… read more →
In June of 2011 Google made waves in the SEO community (easy to do, huh?) by announcing its authorship program. Since that time, SEOs have been trying to figure out if, and when, they should use Google Authorship, how it affects search results, and exactly how to use it. Of course, the markup wasn’t made for SEO, and the program’s real use (as far as Google is concerned) is to create relationships with authors and searchers – my opinion is that it gives someone a reason to actually have a Google+ account. If you aren’t sure how to…
One of the primary concerns of website owners everywhere is ensuring that they receive the best search engine rankings possible, as this will hopefully ensure that they have plenty of traffic through their pages. The way that a better ranking is achieved is through the implementation of an effective search engine optimisation (SEO) strategy; one of the more common of these SEO techniques is blogging about topics that are relevant to the website. The problem is that some types of bloggers tend to be more successful than others, so what type are you?
You may read this title and be thinking “wait, what is this guy talking about?” For some, it might not be a totally new concept, but in order to really increase your search rank standings, you need to forget about over optimization and explicit link building campaigns. Instead, you need to start focusing on quality content that will get traffic… read more →
Everybody who wants to be on the top of the SERP knows that ling building is the way to reach it. But I have to note that attention should be paid to where the links come from. It is very important to keep natural link profile in order to have better results in the search engines, such as have links… read more →
For SEO’s and webmasters, the internet is our lifeblood – and it shows no sign of slowing down or going away. Seeing as this is an SEO blog, you’re likely to have more than a layperson’s understanding of this topic, but it’s always worth looking at the data to find points of interest.
Did you know that 47% of internet users use internet explorer? How do your site’s visitors measure up? Just how many of the predicted 8 trillion gigabytes online by 2015 will be yours? This quick look at some of the top level figures by Broadband Choices lays it all out for you…