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Google+ Cheat Sheet

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ShareTweet With Google+ recently reached million members, and as Google releases more invites to its social network, more people are trying to learn the ins-and-outs of the Google+ ecosystem. That’s why I was excited when I stumbled across a Google+ cheat sheet, whose origin we’ve traced to Google+ user Simon Laustsen. The cheat sheet includes […]

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rel=canonical Tag in HTTP Header

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ShareTweet on June 17, 2011, Google announced their support for rel=”canonical” HTTP headers. This can come in handy if you see duplication of content across different file types. It basically allows webmasters to assign a file a rel=canonical tag that references an HTML document as the real (canonical) URL. This tag will be very helpful […]

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Google PR Update on June 27, 2011 Confirmed

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ShareTweet I just quickly checked some sites that I have managed or optimized before, 80% of them received a higher PR score on most of the web pages, 15% remains at the same level, and 5% got a step back. This is the first major Google PR update after the Panda update of their natural […]

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SEO Tips for Website Redesign

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ShareTweet – Before doing any site redesign, ensure that you have carefully backed-up all of your website files, content and databases. – During your redesign, don’t bury any content that was previously bringing targeted search engine traffic too deeply within the site . Ensure that any important content that will be focused on the more […]

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Monitor Site Loading Speed in Google Analytics

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ShareTweet You can measure the loading time of your pages and overall website inside Google Analytics now. The time your pages take to load and the overall responsiveness of your site are critical in terms of usability, conversions, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and PPC (Pay Per Click). So it is great to be able to […]

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Dynamic URL vs. Static URL

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ShareTweet Why Static URLs are Best for SEO When attempting to improve a site’s ranking, it can be productive to examine the URL structure and do what you can to make it more SEO responsive. Namely, if the URLs are dynamic, it would be in your best interest to change them to static. Dynamic urls […]

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Google’s Most Important Ranking Factor

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ShareTweet Well, I wish Google would tell me all their secret ingredient, so I can share with you here. Happy April Fool to all the lovely SEOs out there!

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Link Building Tips and Trends in 2011

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ShareTweet Link building is an extremely important part of SEO. The more websites you have linking into your site, the more credible your site appears to the search engines. Credible websites get awarded with higher search engine page result rankings which will allow more potential customers to see your Website, therefore increasing sales. • In […]

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Google Finally Updates the PR Tool Bar in January 2011

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ShareTweet It’s been noticed by several experts in the SEO world that Google has recently updated their Page Rank number during January. Excited? Upset? Sad? Happy? Angry? Let us hear what do you think about this update and your prediction of SEO trend in 2011.

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Avoid The Danger of Doorway Pages

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ShareTweet Google makes it clear that it disapproves of certain SEO tactics, such as showing one page to Google’s spider and another to actual human visitors. A doorway page is a page built specifically for the purpose of ranking well in the search engines and then links to the “real” destination page, or automatically redirects […]

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