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    Some Practical Tips When Doing Email Outreach for Backlinks

    May 8, 2013
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    After Panda and Penguin updates from the last couple of years and the rumors of a new algorithm planned by Google, there’s one thing that you’ve probably heard people in the industry say thousands of times already – and you’re probably going to hear it again – so I’ll just say it as well: SEO is changing! But it’s changing for good. Why is this? Well, the process of getting backlinks now is not a matter of doing ...

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    Negative SEO: Myths and Facts You Should Be Aware Of

    May 3, 2013
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    There are two ways to get ahead of the competition. Either you establish yourself as a better option. Or you prove your rival to be worse. The same goes with SEO, at least as far as the concept of negative SEO or anti-SEO has been making the rounds on the web. Even today, negative SEO is a matter for important concern for many website publishers or online businesses. Usually, you’ll hear that there’s nothing like ...

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    How to Fix Google Panda Penalized Website : Where to Start?

    April 30, 2013
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    It’s been long I have talked about Google Panda and other algorithm updates, and this post is extending our Google Panda algorithm series post. First of all, Google rolled out last panda update (Google Panda 25th) around mid of March 2013, and this will be the last known update, as Matt Cutts confirmed that Panda is now part of Google search algorithm and now it will not be pushed manually <Source>. This will be a ...

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    Effect of Showing Date Stamps On Blog Traffic [Case Study]

    April 26, 2013
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    Last month I wrote an article on how to remove dates from search engine, and I explained how it decreases CTR. In that article, I focused more on CTR than search engine ranking. Also, in my earlier article on how to recover from Google Panda, I mentioned that removing date’s will have positive impact on your ranking, and your ranking will definitely improve. This created lots of buzz in blogosphere, and I thought of doing ...

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    AlgoSleuth : Find Which Google Panda Update Affected your Website

    April 23, 2013
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    Google panda is now integrated into search engine algorithm, and there will be no official update for upcoming Panda updates. So far, there has been total 25 Panda updates, along with various Penguin updates, EMD updates and few more updates. If your site organic traffic went down in last past two years, your first step is to find out which algorithm update affected your website, and once you have figured out which algorithm update affected your ...

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    404 Error : How to Deal for Search Engine Optimization?

    April 22, 2013
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    “Error 404 – Page not Found”, this is one of the most common web page types we see in our day-to-day internet surfing. Without any doubt, such pages offer bad user-experience, but how about Search engines? Are 404 pages bad for SEO? Do search engine penalizes website with too many 404 status code pages? In this article, I will look at 404 error pages from search engine and user experience perspective, and will recommend some ...

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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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    Why Does New Blog Post Ranking Changes Over the time

    April 8, 2013
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    Keyword ranking up’s and down’s are nothing new, but one confusion which most of the webmasters have is about ranking fluctuation for a new blog post. Usually when you publish a new blog post, you will be seeing it in first 4-5 pages of Google search, but over the time ranking usually drops, vanishes or increases. This also bring up a question about: If the quality of page was not that great, why at the ...

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