Posts Tagged "SEO"
Times have changed over the last year or so in the SEO world. Google now officially say that they do not like back links at all for any type of self-promotion. If you follow this rule to the letter, it means traditional link building is out. This doesn’t mean that you cannot build links anymore, as they are still the bread and butter of organic rankings. However, a cost-effective way to...Read More
You don’t need SEO experts to tell you that the search engine ranking of your website is important for business. Higher rank means greater visibility for the website and consequently, increased business. The need therefore is to focus on factors that enhance your search engine rankings. And alongside traditional SEO factors like keyword optimization and link building, social media is today...Read More
Here is one of my rare posts on my blog (as per usual, off doing work for clients are not promoting my own website……ahem!) Anyway, if you have been involved in online promotion for the few months, you will have no doubt have read or experience the effects of Google’s panda and penguin updates. There is plenty of information on the web on what these updates did and meant to...Read More
We have seen in the last year or so the search engines tighten their belts on what link types are allowed and what type of content is permitted. About a year ago, many articles were de-indexed from the web as they had no worth and little readability. This was a good thing. We have now seen Google apparently de-index most of the pages from private blog networks. On one level, this is a good thing....Read More
The new cliche being banded about at the moment in the SEO world is, ‘the only constant is change.’ This is true at the moment as a few of the top blog networks have reportedly had all their listings de-indexed by Google. In the next few weeks we will see the outcomes in rankings, as a lot of people have relied on these blog networks to create links for their clients. Google has...Read More