Monday, May 14, 2012

SEO Tips, Tricks & Advices

Links from high authority websites have the biggest impact on the position of your web pages in Google search results. If high authority websites link to your site with your keywords in the anchor text, the chances that your site will be listed in the top 10 results for that keyword increase dramatically.

Google’s Panda update caused a ranking drop for many websites. Google has a very long official discussion thread about this topic. The discussion reveals things that you can do to make sure that your website gets its rankings back.

Google’s Amit Singhal and Matt Cutts commented on Google’s latest ranking algorithm update. Their comments reveal why Google released the update which was named “Panda”.

Google has released one of the biggest ranking algorithms updates of the last months. The change noticeably impacts 11.8% of all queries on Google. How does this affect the rankings of your website on Google?

Watch out: Google continues to penalize spammers

Posted by admin On February 22, 2011 1 COMMENT

Last week, J. C. Penney was penalized by Google because they used paid links to advertise their website. This week, Forbes.com has been penalized because they sell links. Is your website in danger? Which search engine optimization methods are safe to use?

Paid links: do you still have to worry about them?

Posted by admin On February 15, 2011 1 COMMENT

Once again, paid links are a hot topic in the search engine optimization community. The website of J. C. Penney had number 1 rankings for many competitive keywords. It turned out that the J. C. Penney website obtained these rankings through buying links on over 2000 pages. Now that Google found the links, J. C.  [ Read More ]

Many webmasters face the problem that their SEO campaigns don’t deliver the expected results. Why are your campaigns underperforming? What can you do to make sure that search engine optimization works for you?

Earlier this month, Google announced that they would release several new anti-spam algorithms this year. The first algorithm update has just been released and it deals with content farms. How does this affect your website and what do you have to change on your web pages?

How Google is going to fight spam sites in 2011

Posted by admin On January 25, 2011 1 COMMENT

Google is going to fight spam sites stronger than before in 2011. What are Google’s anti-spam plans for 2011 and what do you have to do to make sure that Google doesn’t classify your website as spam by mistake?

Every website needs traffic to survive. Without traffic, there is no point in maintaining a site. Even if it has a great web design, but without being exposed to persons or targeted customers, it will be useless. If you want your site to be found in the Internet and be indexed by search engines, you  [ Read More ]

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