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Quality and Quantity Posts for Penguin Busting

By • May 22nd, 2014 • Category: SEO Advice

Content and Panda / Penguin Penalties We have always been an advocate of “content, content, content” and nothing has changed (much!!) for latest Panda and Penguin updates. However, those webmasters who created a post for every keyword variation -for example, a page about Online Guitar lessons, another for electric guitar lessons, one for acoustic guitar […]



4 Tips For Guaranteed Better Search Rankings

By • Feb 25th, 2014 • Category: SEO Advice

While no internet marketer really knows exactly what determines Google’s search rankings, there are a few things that you can do that will almost guarantee improved search engine rankings for your site. If you are hoping for a few quick tips and tricks here you’ll be disappointed though. There are always some quick grey or […]



Catapult Your Business And Website Ranking With Targeted Web Traffic

By • Nov 18th, 2013 • Category: SEO Advice

If you have been working online, you might have noticed how hard it is to find the kind of traffic your site deserves, especially if you have a service or product you have really worked for and you would like it to sell like hot cakes. You are definitely not alone in this as many […]



How to Check Out Your SEO Strategy isn’t working

By • Jun 10th, 2013 • Category: SEO Advice

A good SEO strategy is the best way for businesses to have a perfect web presence. Apart from creating the website, you need to attract people to it to generate more sales. In most cases, a good SEO reseller Program that generates perfect results may stop working suddenly after some time. Although people tend to […]



Technical aspects that will help to generate an SEO friendly website

By • May 11th, 2013 • Category: SEO Advice

SEO can be described as the process of optimizing pages that are to be found in search engines such as yahoo, Google, and Bing et cetera. Therefore, SEO can be described as a science that deals with technology, website technicalities and implementation of techniques of coding, website et cetera. There is also the art part […]



Google Panda Goes Real Time

By • Mar 14th, 2013 • Category: SEO Advice

It was announced by Matt Cutts at SMX West yesterday that Google will be implementing a rolling version of Panda so that we will see gradual shifts in the SERPs rather than sudden (often catastrophic changes for some sites) updates. As Dan Thies and Leslie Rohde have commented there are some positives especially if you […]



Googe Disavow Tool

By • Oct 17th, 2012 • Category: SEO Advice

Have you received a warning about unnatural links in your Google Webmaster Tools? Trying to remove spammy links? Then check out this latest tool from Google. Matt Cutts explains below: Remember to use this tool with care – links are your lifeblood and DO NOT REMOVE good links. As Matt Cutts says very few people […]



Update on Penguin Update

By • May 3rd, 2012 • Category: SEO Advice

Penguin Update Following hot on the heels of the Panda updates comes the Penguin update (first of many as the algorithm evolves – so many more sleepless nights for webmasters!). The Penguin update is supposed to improve search engine results by removing sites that have spammed Google with poor quality links, and repetitive anchor links.  […]



Blog Networks: Death Knell?

By • Mar 22nd, 2012 • Category: SEO Advice

Using Blog Networks Using Blog Networks has been a popular route for webmasters / seo firms to gain links via articles. Of course, you are trying to game Google and when Google finds out it will devalue such links. That time is now – so you have been warned. Andy Williams and others have outed […]



SeoMoz Top Tips on Crafting a Blog Post

By • Mar 13th, 2012 • Category: SEO Advice

1. Great Headlines The goal of the headline is to stop readers cold and draw them into your post. You can’t do that if you use cute, clever or confusing headlines. 2. Linking to old posts Just because you’ve published a post doesn’t mean you should forget about it. Each post is a valuable asset […]