Tag Archives: search

Antidote For Google Penguin – seo

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Since the launch of Penguin algorithm by the search engine giant Google, lots of websites have suffered huge traffic loss, resulting in massive loss of revenue. Penguin is basically designed to fight web-spam and to promote sites producing awesome contents. Thereby encouraging webmasters to follow Google’s quality guidelines. Matt Cutts, the head of Google’s web-spam team, along with other engineers are working hard to incorporate more and more signals to the algorithm, to make the future Penguin bigger and better. […]

How Google Handles Link Selling

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Links are confidence votes for webpages and they should pass freely. Link traders and internet-spammers played spoil sports and tried everything possible to manipulate the honest link theory, or you can say a great vision by these 2 legends, when they were in Stanford University as undergraduate students in 1996. In recent years, Google has been investing heavily ($$$) to detect and penalize link traders – both buyers as well as sellers of links. Google has been spending huge bucks […]

Guest Blogging Blunder – Make Your Blog An Article Directory

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Do you accept guest posts? And plenty of it? Then you need a deep introspection – Whether you want to make a successful blog, or just want to make an Article Directory, where anybody and everybody just offload their stuff. P.S.(Pre Script): This article is not for bloggers who accept guest posing rarely and selectively. It’s for those bloggers who accept guest blogging to run their blog. Interestingly, these bloggers who usually accept guest blogging almost on a daily basis, […]

How Affects DoFollow, NoFollow and NoIndex on Your Google Page Rank

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In SEO community these 3 technical language are quite popular – DoFollow, NoFollow and NoIndex. Despite its popularity lots of webmasters and newbie bloggers still unclear and face difficulties while differentiating these 3 terms. This may be due to the overlapping of certain properties between each other. Or, may be due to the laxity of knowing technical things (SEO) which they consider not so important. Importance of DoFollow and NoFollow Links By judicious use of these link attributes you can […]

SEO Tips for 2013 to Become Search Engines




Your SEO strategies for 2013 should be tailored to sync with Google’s frequently changing search engine algorithms and webmaster guidelines. Your SEO efforts should not only comply with Bing and Yahoo webmaster guidelines, but also strong and authentic enough to sustain during 2013 and beyond. May be for next 10 to 15 yrs. In an efforts to serve the best possible user experience to web-surfers, Google surprised webmasters in 2012, and will continue to do in 2013 also. It integrated […]

Google New Search Options Layout

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Google is testing for a new layout for its search options, these days. The various search options which usually appear on the left hand column of search results page are now appearing above the search results. The various options like Web, Images, Maps, Videos etc. are same as previous. The drop-down format and the sub-menus are exactly same as before. By changing the search option layout – Is Google is planning to incorporate something on the left hand column? May […]

Secret Of Successful SEO Professionals – SEO

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The statement ‘Yes, we can change’ is a line from Senator Barack Obama’s winning speech in South Carolina. It speaks volume. It’s a million dollar line. It’s a million dollar lesson to all the people who aspire to be big one day. You must be thinking, what’s the similarity between Obama’s speech and successful SEO professionals? Actually, this great guy has given a great lesson to SEO industry, and SEO professionals. And the precious, enlightening and million dollar one-word lesson […]

Google Panda – Difficult Times for Bloggers

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After a lots of speculation and Matt Cutts’s announcement in SMX West 2013, finally Google Panda 25 has been rolling out since March 15, 2013. One of my initial prediction was – Panda 25 will be the last and final update, and Google might consider integrating this thin content fighting algorithm into its day to day or regular search algorithm in near future. Panda 25 will be the last and final ‘manual algorithm update’ to fight low quality web content. […]

Top 10 WordPress Plugins for Blogging in 2013

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WordPress plugins are meant to extend the functionalities of your WordPress blog. And, to achieve professional blogging success in 2013 you should use the best possible WordPress plugins available in the industry. After reviewing 100s of top plugins, I have hand-picked 10 Best WordPress Plugins to use in your blog for better results. The plugins I have mentioned below are Essential, and either Free or Cheaper (Premium). Which can be afforded by any blogger. BONUS: WPMU Dev Plugins (Premium) WPMU […]

Recover From Google’s Penguin Update Hit

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Since the release of Penguin Update on Apr 24, 2012, millions of websites and blogs have been hit, loosing search engine ranking, traffic and revenue. Before jumping to the step by step guide – How to recover from Penguin hit, it’s important to know the basic fundamental of this link-spam fighting algorithm. Remember: Penguin Update is not a penalty. It’s an algorithm update by Google with the aim of nullifying the ability to pass the link-juice or Page Rank of […]