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    December 2012

    Why Page Rank Goes Down And How to Get Back Lost PR?

    December 12, 2012
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    I’m sure many of you have different opinion about Page rank and it’s useful ness. Google Page rank has nothing to do with the traffic of website. If a website has PR 3 it does not mean that it will have traffic more than a PR 1 website. But it will surely show one thing that the quality of PR3 website is more than the quality of PR1 website. Specially when there are very few ways ...

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    How to Calculate PageRank and what to do with it

    December 12, 2012
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    The abbreviation PR is commonly known as “Public Relations”.  Not so in Online Marketing. Here PR stands for the link algorithm PageRank which is named after one of Google’s’ founders, Larry Page. It is used by the Google search engine to “measure” the relative importance of a website within its set of hyperlinked pages. You probably know this question: “How pretty am I on a scale from 1 to 10?” If you haven’t said it ...

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    How to Find Google Analytics Tracking Code?

    December 11, 2012
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    When ever we talk about Blog setup, we always talk about setting up a stats program. Google analytics is something which I use for my blogs and I highly vouch on it, since it’s free and reliable. I have already shared how to set up Google analytics and in this article, I will be sharing a small tip which will help you if you are stuck in the same situation as mine. I was working on one ...

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    7 Link Building Mistakes to Avoid While Building Backlinks

    December 10, 2012
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    One of the most common SEO tip which all SEO guru’s give you is build backlinks and avoid common link building mistakes. We have already shared 101 ways to build backlinks and now it’s time to know some mistakes which we often make in our link building campaign. Specially, if you are a blogger and work as an individual, it’s always a good idea to use any tool to maintain your backlink building campaign. Link Building plays an ...

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    Google Killed Free Google Apps for Businesses

    December 9, 2012
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    Google apps for business is one of the best service out there to get a custom domain Email address and earlier they used to offer free Google Apps account up to 10 users. I have already shared about how to use it earlier here and here. In fact, setting up your own domain Email address is one of those things which I always recommend to all the bloggers to add a professionalism to their blog. ...

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    How To Increase PageViews on Your Blog?

    December 8, 2012
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    Are you not getting enough pageviews ? Do you want your visitors to stay more on your BLOG? Do you want to increase pageviews of your BLOG? I think YES. So, Let’s start: Every visitor that comes to your site is always in a hurry, most of them doesn’t even have time to visit more than one page on your site. Your bounce rate gets increased, every time a visitor leaves your site with only one ...

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    Facebook Marketing Fail – Mistakes Your Business Should Avoid

    December 8, 2012
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    Seven years after social media became too popular for the average citizen (and marketers) to ignore, it’s still a source of confusion for business owners.  Conventional wisdom says you should have a Facebook and that you should have a Facebook business page.  But to many business owners, using this social media network effectively is akin to figuring out how to split atoms. Facebook has a cool mystique about it among business owners.  They’ve got a page, ...

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    How to Install WordPress Offline using XAMPP

    December 6, 2012
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    Every Self-hosted WordPress user wonders “If there was a way via which WordPress could be installed offline and all the themes could be tested and corrected as per the requirements offline?” Yes! of course there are hundreds of ways to do this, but most of them are time-consuming and aren’t user friendly and it takes the users nerve to set up WordPress offline. We have already looked into two other ways to use WordPress offline, and ...

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