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September 13, 2014

Linkbuilding Techniques you Ought to Avoid

As you already know, linkbuilding is crucial to the visibility and publicity of your website. Just as how public relations people have to go out and obtain exposure for their company, businesses, especially if they’re into Internet marketing, has to go out just the same and build links. After all, links don’t make themselves so […]

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September 11, 2014

SEO: How can it work for you?

  There are millions of websites on the Internet. This handsome figure is comprised of existing (old websites), relatively new and those recently launched. With so many websites lurking in cyberspace, it’s a challenge for webmasters to maintain a strong online presence in search engine results page. SEO was specifically designed to assist webmasters in […]

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September 2, 2014

White Hat SEO Techniques to Give you an Edge

In last week’s article, I expounded on SEO techniques that Google finds repulsive. These are techniques that do affect the ranking of your website when practiced but they don’t necessarily get you anywhere since Google is like a police in pursuit of an armed robber when they pickup these techniques. (Yes, Google does have an […]

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August 26, 2014

Black Hat Social Media: What is it and How Does it Affect SEO?

There are many unscrupulous acts done over the Internet. These acts customarily contend with guidelines and formalities. One such term that is associated with such unscrupulous acts is ‘black’ (sounds weird, I know). ‘Black’ is a widely used term which symbolizes evil or anything that opposes the natural way of performing a task. For the […]

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August 18, 2014

Content Syndication: An SEO Healer or Breaker?

It’s very often that I stumble on duplicated content. In fact, this is an everyday occurrence for me. Prior to branching out in the field of SEO, I’d picture these sites in a negative light and well, I honestly thought that Google had their eyes carefully planted on them. I’ve always heard about duplicating content […]

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August 15, 2014

Perfecting your Onsite SEO Techniques

There’s always been a controversy between onsite SEO and off-page SEO. Many novices and few self-proclaimed SEO Specialists have even disregarded the significance of onsite SEO to the overall ranking of a website. While they’ve made foolish claims, experts such as Aaron Wall from SEObook.com has reckoned otherwise and has seen the importance of onsite […]

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August 12, 2014

Ideal SEO Practices for your Website

If you’re thinking about designing a website or you’re seriously considering restructuring one that you’ve had lying around for years, there are multiple factors that you’d have to consider. Not only will you have to calculate the costs of operating that website and what’s involved to spruce up the overall design, but you’ll also have […]

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July 31, 2014

Optimizing Your Link Building Strategies

In a recent post, I highlighted the significance of content to Search Engine Optimization. Not only was that cleared up, but Four factors affecting SEO was revealed. If you’ve not read that post, I’d suggest that you run along and do so now before even proceeding. There’s actually a lot to SEO than what we […]

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July 28, 2014

4 Factors that Affect Your SEO Ranking

There’s always discussion or chatter about content and how important it is. With this in mind, many webmasters and moderators spend an enormous sum of money to ensure that their websites are constantly updated with fresh and relevant content. In fact, these webmasters are very particular and keen in identifying and using the necessary keywords […]

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July 22, 2014

What Hummingbird Update Means for Blogging?

The Google engineers in the search engine department have been quite busy over the past few years. They have been tightening down the reigns and creating a search engine that they say is virtually “spam free”. They have done so by having several updates, which include the Penguin and Panda updates that rolled out over […]

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