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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Linking Structure & Strategy: Let the Spiders Crawl04.27.16

One of the primary ways that search engines find site pages is by following the links from your home page to other inside site pages (this process is also known as "spidering" or "crawling"). In order to allow search engines to effectively crawl your site and locate your inside pages, it is important to ensure that your menu structure does not present search engines with any barriers that interfere with their ability to follow internal links. Complicated JavaScript or other dynamic menu features can sometimes get in the way of effective crawling. As far as search engines are concerned, when it comes to finding links to your site pages, the simpler the better.
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Originally posted 2007-03-08 23:36:15.

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Building Web Pages Optimized for AdSense04.19.16

In this lesson we will talk about building web pages with good content and why they are an important part of making money with Adsense.

This lesson assumes that you already have a website or at least a basic theme in mind for your Adsense pages. There are two ways that you can get started using Adsense.

The first and easiest way is to put Adsense ads on existing pages that you already have in place. You can do this by following the steps inside your account under the "Adsense Setup" tab.

With this method you can start earning money with Adsense fairly quickly. In fact you'll be amazed at the results you will be able to achieve in a very short period of time.
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Originally posted 2007-02-18 04:17:22.

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Google & Authoritative Domains04.12.16

Content on a new domain with limited authority will not rank as well as content on a trusted domain name. Through 2006 Google placed significant weighting on trusted authoritative domains. According to Hitwise and the NYT in November of 2006, search provides roughly 22% of the web traffic to many newspaper websites, with roughly 2/3 of that traffic coming from Google.

Google is not sending these newspapers so much more traffic because the newspapers are doing SEO. They are sending more traffic for a variety of concrete reasons:

  • Google wants to rank informational pages.
  • Many of these newspapers are well trusted offline within their communities.
  • Newspapers have an informational bias and their articles consist of real unique human written text.
  • Google feels they can rely on long established businesses and sources of power more than the average website.
  • The more your sites (or sections of them) look like a trusted newspaper, the easier it is going to be to rank well in Google.

    Originally posted 2008-05-11 00:01:33.

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    Google – Social Marketing Experiment04.05.16

    According to TechCrunch, Google has been experimenting a new system which ranks sites through votes by the users themselves. Does this voting system sounds familiar? Well, if you are a Digg user, you'll definitely realize that Google has taken bits of Digg's most popular feature to their advantage

    Google allows you to enhance the search results yourself by making the necessary changes such as moving, adding and even removing a certain search result. If by any chance that you want to undo your changes, Google also allows you to do so. Also take note that this "experimental feature" will only be available for a few weeks only.

    As you can see from the image below, you can vote and hide sites from the search results. Take note that for the meantime, this feature are not applied to the general search results. It will only be available to users who has a Google Account.
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    Originally posted 2007-12-03 00:03:16.

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    "Father of SEO" banned from Wikipedia!03.29.16

    Remember Jason Gambert, the man who supposedly proclaim that he was the one who first invented and used the phrase "SEO"? It seems that he is up to no good again. Apparently he has logged on to Wikipedia and edited some pages so that it would appear that Wikipedia is backing up his claims of being More →

    Originally posted 2008-07-22 02:16:26.

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