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

    November 28, 2013
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    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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    Exact Match Anchor Text Internal Links SEO : Bad or Good?

    April 15, 2013
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    If you remember, long time I reviewed a plugin call SEO smart links, and I explained what are the benefits of using this plugin, and why you should use it. After Penguin updates, one of the most common questions I have been asked is: Is using SEO smart link plugin SEO safe? Since you will be creating exact anchor text internal links on your blog, and number will be too much.. Is it good or ...

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    How to Avoid SEO Penalty for Over Optimization

    February 1, 2013
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    We have talked about SEO Over optimization earlier, and probably this is the right approach from Google, to discard those Websites, which are misusing known SEO tricks to stand out in Google search. We all know, there are many known signals to rank #1 in Google, and anyone can use it to rank higher in search engines. For example, backlinks with anchor text will help any webmasters to improve their keyword ranking,but how about if you ...

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    How to Spy On Your Competitors With SEO Tools

    August 21, 2012
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    Let’s face it; we all have an itch to know what our competitors are up to.  What keywords are they targeting?  How much traffic your competitor is getting? Who’s linking to them?   These are all questions that we as SEO’s, marketers, and business owners want to know the answer to.  Perhaps your situation is different and you are looking to acquire a new online based company but would like more data before making an offer ...

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    How Not to get Penalized by Next Major Penguin Change

    August 19, 2012
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    If you keep an eye on SEO industry update, you would know current most talked topic is Matt Cutts statement on upcoming Penguin algo change. Till now, there is only one major Penguin update which happened till now, and in recent SES San Francisco conference Matt Cutts added: “If you remember, in the early days of Panda, it took several months for us to iterate on the algorithm, and the Panda impact tended to be ...

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    What is Anchor Text And Why it’s Important for SEO

    May 17, 2012
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    SEO has changed a lot in 2012 and specially with the recentPenguin update, game of back-linking has changed ultimately.  One of the most important aspect of backlink is Anchor Text. Now, many of you must be wondering, What is Anchor text and what’s the use of it. Text which shows when you hover on a link (Tooltip) is call anchor text. For example, see the below image and understand what’s it: If you are  a regular visitor ...

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    Understand DoFollow & Nofollow Link: SEO Basics

    February 27, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Anoop who blogs at HackTabs. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. When ever we talk about search engine optimization, some of the common words are noindex, doindex, nofollow, dofollow, meta robots and so on. All the words hold equal importance in the book of SEO. In this post I will be explaining about Nofollow and Dofollow. Specially for newbies who are new ...

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    Using Inbound Links to Promote Your Articles [SEO]

    February 16, 2011
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    An inbound link is a link from another website that is directed towards your article page. Inbound links from reputable sites tell search engines like Google that your article is relevant and trustworthy. Once your article is published you can help bolster page rankings for your article’s selected keyword phrase by generating links to your article’s URL on various websites. Building links to your article is by no means a required step and your article ...

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