When Algorithm Changes Occur06.29.16

Your rankings will improve. They will also get worse. Many people rush off to change things right away when the algorithms change. Sometimes the search engines roll in new algorithms aggressively, and then later roll them back. They cannot fight off new forms of spam and determine how aggressive to be with new algorithms unless they sometimes go too far with them.

If you are unsure of what just happened, then you may not want to start changing things until you figure it out. Sometimes when algorithms are rolled back or made less aggressive, many sites still do not rank well because their webmasters changed things that were helping them. Nobody is owed a good rank, and just because a ranking temporarily changes does not mean that a site has been penalized. It is far more likely that the ranking criteria shifted and the site may not match the new ranking criteria as well as it matched the old ranking criteria.
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Originally posted 2007-12-28 20:00:25.

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Using Nofollow to Sculpt Internal Link Equity06.22.16

Some links need to be seen by users to aid your site's credibility. Users expect to see a link to an about page, privacy policy page, customer support page, etc.

Sending a lot of link equity to these pages means that link equity is being wasted. Instead of wating it, you can block the ability of these sitewide links to pass link equity by using rel=nofollow in those links.

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Nofollow can also be used on secondary navigation schemes that make no sense to emphasise to search engines. Some content management systems have category based archives AND date based archives. If you structure your categories well the names of those categories should be well aligned with some of your target keywords. The date based archives are not going to be optimized for search though, so you could use rel="nofollow" on links to date based archives.
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Originally posted 2008-02-15 03:52:34.

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Play A Game & Earn Money!06.15.16

For the past few months, it seems that more and more people are getting desperate to earn a living. Ever since the recent economic downturn, a lot of people who lost their job finds new hope in the world wide web or the internet world. One of the many places where you can earn money on the net is at online casinos. More →

Originally posted 2009-03-17 02:10:22.

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Identify Money Making Keywords06.08.16

There are quite a number of ways to make sure whether the keywords on your website are making money for you or not. The general rule is not using the keywords for more than 20 to 22 times in a website. If you are using your keywords 200 times in different web pages of the site then the search engines may not like it. More →

Originally posted 2008-07-18 01:42:56.

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Some Search Engine Optimization Tips06.01.16

Here are some SEO Tips that you should keep in mind:

  • Search for your target keyword on each of the major engines. Do the results heavily overlap? Which results are the same across many engines? Which ones are different?
  • Practice searching the link profiles of a couple top-ranked websites. Try the Google 'link:www.site.com' search for a page. Next try Yahoo!'s 'link:http://www.site.com' search for a page. Notice how much lower the Google link count is than Yahoo!'s.
  • Try Yahoo!'s 'linkdomain:www.site.com' to see how many links point to a site on the whole. Perform the same query again, but then place '–site:www.domain.com' at the end of your search query. This will show you how many external links point at a page.
  • Look at Archive.org to see how old the top five sites in Google ranking for your primary keyword are. If they are more than a year old, it is going to take a while to catch them in Google unless you have a much better holistic marketing strategy.

Originally posted 2008-06-26 18:23:43.

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Does Google Have The Wrong SiteLinks or No Links To Your Website?05.25.16

Sitelinks are the extra links that is found below the URL and description of your web page. Google chooses these sitelinks for your website which sometimes goes a little awry and links you to wrong website. If you discover that there are no sitelinks then you can follow a few simple steps. If you have a site which is totally made in flash then use text links that are standard and which can be parsed by the search engines.
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Originally posted 2008-08-18 01:39:48.

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Why Yahoo! is Somewhat Focused on On-The-Page05.18.16

Yahoo! has a paid inclusion program that allows them to generate revenue from people who join their paid inclusion program. By relying on page content, Yahoo! makes it easier for its paid inclusion members (or other editorially reviewed content participants) to improve their rankings.
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Originally posted 2008-06-15 14:17:10.

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Google Penalizing Directory Links05.11.16

Some of you may already know this but for those who don't, here are the facts.

– According to this report, as many as 60 directories were penalized by Google
– The directories had dropped in rank
– Google are now specifically targeting paid link directories (as it is against Google's Quality Guidelines)
– Competitors may have helped Google by making a report by a paid link reporting form

Big and well known web directories such as Aviva, Alive, Big Web Links, Ewebpages, Directory Dump, Elegant Directory, and Biz-Dir are heavily affected and hundreds of directory pages have been removed from Google's index.

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Originally posted 2007-10-15 02:52:58.

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SEO Keywords Guide05.04.16

What are Keywords?
Keywords are phrases you want your website to be found under. Often corporate climates force people to refer to things using special phrases. Keywords are not about what you call your stuff. Keywords are what the More →

Originally posted 2006-11-27 01:03:34.

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