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    How to Put Website Malware Review Request Via Google Webmaster Tool

    March 25, 2013
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    Website hacking is nothing new, and being a blogger it doesn’t matter how much hacking preventive measures we take, hackers will always find a way to gain access to your Website. Specially, when you are using WordPress with too many plugins, this makes it easier for hackers to find a loophole on your website. Here at ShoutMeLoud, I keep talking about various methods to make our website hack-proof, but at the same time, there is ...

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    Getting Started With Bing Webmaster Tools

    August 2, 2012
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    When it comes to search engine optimization of a Website, we should make sure we optimize our site for all the search engines and not just one. Google is most popular search engine at the moment followed by Bing and others, and from last few months traffic coming from Bing search is increasing. Seems like Google algo changes which created lots of negative buzz, made Microsoft worked hard on their search engine and they have been ...

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    Panda 4.0 Launched and Google Unnatural Links Warning Drama

    July 26, 2012
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    Last week seems to be really bad for Webmaster as Google webmaster tool unnatural link warning gave sleepless night to many Webmaster. Though, before we talk about it, another big news is related to Panda 4.0. It’s 21st of the month and like all other months, Google has released an update to their algo and as we following our algo change nomenclature, Panda 4.0 hit the globe. Google Panda 4.0 and work around: Matt Cutts announced the ...

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    Report Spam to Google Directly from Chrome Browser: Extension

    August 10, 2011

    This is a guest post by Manendra. He blogs on Technews at WebReignite. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our Adsense revenue sharing program. From past few days Google has done many changes in ranking a website. And from last few months Google Webmaster team is concentrating on the Spam content on the web and made a lot of changes on Webmaster tools. To provide users a valuable content on its search. ...

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    [SEO] How to Submit your WordPress Site to Yahoo Search Engine

    July 8, 2010

    Submitting your sitemap to Search engine make sure that your blog content get picked by every search engine. We have already written a tutorial on How to submit  your sitemap to Google and How to submit your sitemap to Bing. This is one search engine which I have missed. Yahoo search engine is one of the popular search engine after Google and Bing and by submitting your sitemap to yahoo you will make sure to get ...

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    How to Optimize Your Blog for Bing Search Engine?

    May 16, 2010

    When ever we talk about search engine optimization, we mostly refer to most used search engines. At the time of writing, Google and Bing are two most popular search engines, and Yahoo search is gearing up. Today, I will be talking about Search engine optimization of your blog on Bing Search, and some of the working ranking factors for Bing Search. Some questions are :- I want to do Search engine optimization for Bing—what should ...

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    3 Ways to verify a WordPress blog in Google Webmaster Tools

    April 12, 2010

    Like most of the other bloggers in the blogosphere, my primary focus is to get more Google juice. Little do I care about Yahoo, Bing or anything alike. There is Google search, and there’s everyone else. Naturally, I’m much concerned about how my blog gets crawled by Google and about what content get’s indexed by Google. Google Webmaster tools tells me the inside story of how users find my website through Google. In my opinion, ...

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    How to Invite other Users to Access your Google Webmaster Site Details

    April 3, 2010

    When ever I work with a client for his blog Search engine optimization, one thing which I always needed is access to his webmaster tools. One way is to ask for the client login details, and most of time users are not comfortable sharing his details. In that case I had to verify his website in Google webmaster tool using my ID and after that check his website status and keywords ranking using Google webmaster ...

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