SEMRUSH Added Site SEO Audit, BackLink Checker & More Features

SEMRUSH Added Site SEO Audit, BackLink Checker & More Features

SEMRUSH is one of those tool which I have been using for almost 2 years and so far this works as a complete SEO solution for me. I have shared a review of SEMRUSH here and you should also read about how I made a niche blog using SEMRUSH which generates over $200/month. In last few months they have added many new features which makes it a complete SEO power suite. In this post I will talk about new SEMRUSH features which you must know. I have also added a link at the bottom which you can use to try SEMRUSH pro account for 14 days completely (2 comments)

Google Panda September Update: Small & Medium Sized Sites++

Google Panda September Update: Small & Medium Sized Sites++

As we speak, Google is rolling out an update on Google Panda algorithm and for the first time this update will benefit more of small and medium-sized sites. The new roll out is already in the process and will affect 3-5% of search engine queries (Which is a lot). Here is official announcement on Google plus page:   Earlier this week, we started a slow rollout of an improved Panda algorithm, and we expect to have everything done sometime next week.  Based on user (and webmaster!) feedback, we’ve been able to discover a few more signals to (19 comments)

Does Shared Web Hosting Affect Search Engine Ranking?

Does Shared Web Hosting Affect Search Engine Ranking?

Are you on shared hosting & wondering does it affect SEO of your blog? Do you need a dedicated I.P. for your shared hosting account? Let's find out the answer here. For the beginners, those who are not aware of Shared hosting, It’s a server where lots (10+ up to 200-300) sites are hosted on same server and thus sharing the same I.P. Usually you get private I.P on a shared hosting for $2-5 which is not much if you are running a professional website. Though Matt Cutts said some time back in a video that shared hosting won’t impact your search engine (21 comments)

How to Submit Your Blog’s Sitemap to Google Search Console

How to Submit Your Blog’s Sitemap to Google Search Console

When we create a website, one of the most common issues we must address is how to list the site in search engines like Google. Whenever I talk to newbies who are not aware of how the search engine works, they think that they need to pay Google or other search engines to list their website. This is is not true, of course.  You can show your website in a Google search for free. The only thing you need to work on is helping Google to find your blog. I have already shared my case-study on how to index your new website in 24 hours, and in this guide (26 comments)

Integrity : Desktop Tool to Find Broken links For Huge Websites

Integrity : Desktop Tool to Find Broken links For Huge Websites

404 Error pages are not only bad for search engine, and it also gives bad user-experience. In the past, I have talked about many tools and websites, which will let you find broken links on your blog, and fix it. Be it a small-website, or a large-website, finding and fixing such 404 error links are part of monthly SEO audit. For WordPress, we have broken link checker WordPress plugin, which works great to find and fix links with few clicks. For other platform, here are a list of online broken link checker websites. One of the biggest limitation of (9 comments)