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 (34 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)

How to Index a Website in Google Search in 24 Hours [Case Study]

How to Index a Website in Google Search in 24 Hours [Case Study]

Update: This post was originally published in 2012, and is being re-published with updated information on 5th July 2015. Having a website today is an essential part of an online presence, and it's important that your target customers can find your website by your brand name in search engines. Many businesses have already added blogs to their websites for faster indexing and for more exposure from search engines and social media. In this article, I'm going to share information which will help you to make your site visible to search engines in no (52 comments)

How to Recover from Google Panda Effect – Definite Guide

How to Recover from Google Panda Effect – Definite Guide

Google Panda was one of the most controversial algorithm update from Google, but with time it helped a lot to remove low-quality websites from search engine and overall it improved the quality of search results. Though for many webmasters, Google Panda updates are still a headache and at unknowingly many good websites lost their search engine ranking due to Panda penalty. On 23rd September 2014, Google rolled out Panda 4.1 update.  If you are one of those bloggers who lost their web site traffic after Panda 4.1 roll out,  Here I will be sharing (125 comments)

Exclusive List of Websites & Directories To Submit Your Blog

Exclusive List of Websites & Directories To Submit Your Blog

Here is an exclusive list of Websites, directory and places where you should submit your blog. Most of the sites listed here are free and if you are creating a new blog/Website or have not submitted your existing Website to these places, you should go ahead and create one. This also includes many social networking site and social bookmarking profile. It's not an extensive list like 1000 sites or something, but I'm creating a list of those sites which are important and will be helpful in either search engine ranking or tracking your site report. Where (37 comments)