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6 Ways To Optimize Your Blog

1. For your blogs (eg. WordPress) add a "Similar Posts" or "Related Posts" feature. I recommend using the Similar Posts plugin.

2. Make a list of popular posts (Top 5 or Top 10 list) and feature it preferably on your sidebar or anywhere that is suitable for your blog/site.

3. Build a quality and long-term inbound links. – Go to the Link Building section for more help.

4. Open an account at Technorati and claim your blog. Make use of the Technorati tags.

5. Do a sticky post which are keyword rich that always appears on your homepage. You can also do a separate sticky post for each of your category to spice things up a little. WP-Sticky is highly recommended.

6. Take advantage of the Buzzlogic tool to identify the influential bloggers and get them to link to you by referring their site to your readers first. Get into their blogroll as trackbacks and comment will not do much good.

Originally posted 2008-05-09 14:28:20.

Improve Your Sites Conversion Rate!03.29.15

Good website usability can greatly improve the conversion rate of your website. If your website gets many visitors but only a few sales then it might be that your web pages are too cluttered and that you have to improve your website design.

Google has a similar patent application with the name "Detecting and rejecting annoying documents" so it seems that good website design becomes more and more important if you want to get high search engine rankings.

Originally posted 2008-05-09 14:28:20.

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Building Content for SEO03.22.15

Same Old Stuff

Creating an extremely useful web-based tool, or paying a programmer to create one for you, is one of the most effective ways to build content which will, in turn, help you build natural linkage data. Writing articles will also help you build up your link popularity.

Many web sites blindly add large sums of free content to their site because they think it will help them for low cost. The problems with adding exact copies of low quality articles are the following:

  1. Since the articles exist elsewhere, yours probably will not rank as well as one of the other copies on the web.
  2. Low quality content reflects poorly on you and wastes your link equity that could be going toward getting unique content pages ranked.
  3. Many people add unfocused garbage to their site which loses the interest of their visitors.
  4. Some unscrupulous parties copy the contents of other web sites without asking. Tools such as CopyScape make this easy to detect, although legal enforcement is cost prohibitive and too time consuming for most publishers.
  5. Many tools scrape various RSS feeds and mix them to create many content pages. Content generation tools such as these will require search engines to place even greater trust on linkage data.

Some people also clutter up the Internet with search result screen scrapers and other auto content generation crap. SEO Experts are generally against generating low quality automated content as they feel it lowers the quality and functionality of the web as a whole, though it seems that some people may find it effective for generating traffic, at least until their sites get banned. More →

Originally posted 2006-12-24 07:35:58.

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Create Your Own Website: Three Easy Steps!03.15.15

Developing and hosting your own webpage can look daunting at first, especially if you have never done it before. However, with a well selected template, proper knowledge of how to insert the information you need into your templates, and a good hosting service, you'll have your website up and running in no time! Below are three EASY steps to creating a successful website!
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Originally posted 2008-05-28 01:42:42.

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The Benefit of Ghost Bloggers03.08.15

Like it or not, ghost bloggers are actually very important to the blog's survival. However, not all blogs need a ghost blogger. Believe it or not, blogging can sometimes be a burden as time goes by.

Ghosts bloggers can either do a blog post with your name or they can post as a guest blogger. Simply said, ghost bloggers can do all the blogging for you. Sometimes when bloggers go on vacation to some island where there is no internet connection and they can still keep the blog active with rich content with the help of ghost bloggers. You are happy and you're readers or subscriber are happy.

Here's a video by SwapW explaining the importance of ghost bloggers:
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Originally posted 2007-09-05 00:42:56.

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Yahoo! Robots-Nocontent03.01.15

Yahoo! supports a robots-nocontent attribute, which you can wrap around the unimportant parts of a page to tell Yahoo! to ignore it. The code could be applied like so:

<p class="robots-nocontent"> This is a boilerplate legal disclaimer required on each page of the site</p>

I wouldn't recommend using the robots-nocontent attribute on site navigation as well structured local navigation tends to be rather rich in keywords that help support the current document. Rather than using robots-nocontent I would be more inclined to add more original useful content to the page and limit boilerplate code as best you can.

Yahoo! offers tips on using the robots-nocontent attribute here: http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000444.html

Originally posted 2008-06-18 18:51:23.

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Man Claims To Be Father of SEO02.22.15

For those who are no strangers in the world of SEO will know that Jason Gambert is an individual who have continuously tried to trademark the term "SEO". He has apparently been bombarded with angry emails and is the subject of debate all over the World Wide Web.
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Originally posted 2008-07-22 01:26:55.

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Yahoo! and Spam02.15.15

Yahoo! actively edits spam out of their search results. If someone with whom you are competing is not complying with Yahoo!'s guidelines, you may want to point that out to Yahoo!. There is a chance that Yahoo! will remove your competitor's site if they deem it as spam. Again, most of the time it is recommended that you do not use spam reports unless you are prepared for webmasters to play hardball.
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Originally posted 2008-06-16 23:37:32.

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Stop Working for Google and Start Making Google Work02.08.15

You need traffic, and Google can give you traffic. There are two ways that Google can send traffic to your site: an expensive way and a free way. I'm going to show you how to make Google give you traffic for free.

You need traffic, and Google can give you traffic. There are two ways that Google can send traffic to your site: an expensive way and a free way. I'm going to show you how to make Google give you traffic for free.
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Originally posted 2007-02-28 23:40:38.

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Google Update Big Daddy02.01.15

In early 2006, Google upgraded their crawl and indexing systems to a new architecture that leveraged different crawl priorities.

This update has caused many sites to be not indexed, partially indexed, or stuck in the supplemental results. Matt Cutts mentioned on his blog that many sites that were well-indexed are no longer indexed or reduced to only having a few pages indexed due to having primarily low-trust, spammy, inbound links, shady outbound links, or participating in cheesy link exchange networks.

The message worth emphasizing again and again is that Google is looking for quality editorial links.

Originally posted 2008-05-10 18:35:44.

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