Posts belonging to Category Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Google and Bad Links: Delete or Disavow?

When Google introduced the Penguin algorithm update in the Fall of
2012, one of its goals was to eliminate the search engine manipulation
that had been going on with backlinks.

10 Ways to Optimize Your Content for SEO


Google’s “Pigeon” Update Boosts Local Directories


Search Engines — What’s In and What’s Out


What Happened to Google Authorship?

One thing we all know about Google is how often it makes changes. It is
constantly staying on top of the Internet, any and all spam, and how people
search, which is great for searchers and businesses alike. Unfortunately,
these can also mean major changes just after you’ve gotten into the swing
of things. This is how the Internet works, and now a major change has
happened that you should know about – Google is mixing it up with Google
Authorship. It is still important for your content, but the changes are quite
significant. This blog is going to inform you of these changes and how
important Google Authorship has become.

How to Optimize Your Content for Social and Search


50 Top SEO and Link Building Tips You Need to Be Using


Google PageRank Defined

Google PageRank Defined


10 Clear Ways to Help People Find Your Site

Search engine optimization, also known as SEO, is the process in
which you
rearrange your site to get a higher ranking in the
search engines, thus making
it possible for more people to find your
site.  There are many things you can do
to optimize your site for more
exposure in the search engines. There are also
many things you should
not do because you and your site could be penalized.

10 Strategies for Greater Backlinks

A backlink is simply a link to your site from another site.
Backlinks are also
referred to as inbound links, incoming links and inward links.  Having a good amount of backlinks leading to your site can do a lot for your search engine ranking.  Your goal is to have numerous backlinks from authoritative sites and sites that are relevant to your site.