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    Page Layout Algo : Too Many Ads Above Fold Bad for SEO [Update]

    February 11, 2014
    Page Layout Algo

    11th Feb 2014: On 6th February 2014, Google rolled out another refresh of Page layout algo targeting websites which is still showing too many ads above the fold section and have too little or almost no content at the above fold. If you are seeing a drop in your search engine traffic after 6th Feb 14, you should check if your website have too many ads. If yes, you should work on placing the ads ...

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    (not provided) – The Alternative Path to Organic Keyword Data

    February 6, 2014
    Branded vs unbranded keywords - AWR cloud report

    As a direct result of Google switching to a secure connection (https) and encrypting user searches, we have been witnessing how an increasing amount of keyword data in Google Analytics fell under the (not provided) category. While in November 2011 about 12% of search queries were ‘not provided’, the percentage rose to 50% by August 2013, 80% by December 2013 and is closing in on 100%. (source: http://www.notprovidedcount.com/) Slowly, we reached the moment we were ...

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    Why You Should Be Guest Blogging For Only Branding Purposes

    February 4, 2014
    Guest Blogging For Branding

    Guest blogging is the attempt to outreach bloggers for eliciting a hopeful opportunity of article publication. There are so many benefits of guest blogging such as branding, exposure, readership, traffic and the controversial link building. But what exactly it is for? If we ask a few search engine optimizers, “What is the main intention of your guest blogging strategy?”. Probably most will answer for creating authoritative backlinks. Well, that is a good reason, but not an ...

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    What Is Google Hummingbird & How To Prepare For Big Google Change

    January 15, 2014
    google-hummingbird

    SEO is one of those industry, which is based on data, experience and assumption. For example, when Google launched Google Panda update, we made so many assumption and many people gave up on trying to recover site from Panda penalty, and many bloggers like me worked to fix the penalty damage and recovered completely. Similarly, later on Google launched Google Penguin algorithm which was targeted to demean useless back links and penalize websites using shady methods ...

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    December 2013 PR Update : An UnExpected Christmas Treat From Google

    December 6, 2013
    Google Page Rank 2013

    Seems like Google always like to amuse people with their unexpected updates and launches. As for year 2013 Google page rank update, we certainly lost all the hopes to see an update, and surprisingly Google started rolling out a PR update just before the end of the year. On 6th December 2013, Webmasters around the globe started mentioning about the Page rank update, and to my surprise page rank of all my blogs got an ...

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    10 Amazing Tools to Enhance Your International SEO Process

    December 1, 2013
    semrush

    Sometimes I was asked or I found myself asking these questions to me regarding International SEO process. Actually, SEO processes are very easy, straight forward and can be easily answered through the help of some tools. There are many tools to support you in the journey of blogging world, like targeting international audience, promoting and optimizing your websites, identifying your potentials, measuring international traffic, achieving international popularity with my list on tools to advance the ...

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    How to Build Up a Clean Link Profile and Increase Your Rankings

    November 28, 2013
    Exact match and branded ratio

    Search engine optimization is not as easy today as it was before. With Google employing intelligent algorithms to filter and penalise bad links and potential spam, every webmaster’s top priority should now be to ensure that their website has a clean link profile. You definitely don’t want to be in danger of being de-indexed by Google, as a penalty for containing high-risk back-links. But you might ask yourself: where is exactly the line between a good and ...

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    Top 50 SEO Tools For Webmasters to Fight Against Google Updates

    November 27, 2013
    shop-seo

    Google’s structural official position on internet retrieves the best practices for webmasters that hasn’t changed much more over the past years. Really Google brings a little change but its impact on overall internet scatters out rapidly and to the webmasters it poses a great role. Everyday webmasters look forward to newly releasing algorithm updates which are now one of the major concerns on discussion board. First Panda on February 23, 2011 rolled out and affected around ...

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