Free tools to track the progress of your website or blog so you can tweak your strategies for better results
In an age when Google search algorithmic updates are so fast and frequent, it’s just vital to keep a close watch on the health of your sites. Whether you have a blog or a website, you should be well-informed of everything issue that arises with your site so that you are ... Continue Reading →
When you are designing an effective marketing plan, you will need to establish Off Page SEO strategies that compliment the content you have already put together. But what is Off Page SEO, and how can it affect your website’s ranking? In this post, I will discuss how to make proper use of back links, social media networks and article submission networks to really put ... Continue Reading →
On Page SEO takes up a couple different forms, but it mostly refers to the ability to create a consistent source of relevant content on your site and making it easily accessible to search engines like Google, Bing or Yahoo. Deciding how to effectively market a website or blog can sometimes be a daunting task, and many people won’t know where to start. ... Continue Reading →
There are a lot of things that need to be looked at and considered to make a certain SEO strategy work especially for the website you own. Constant communication is needed here especially with your web designer.
Keywords that are relevant as anchor text can really be a big help in building links and connect to other pages of your website. Some say too broad and generic keywords won’t be ... Continue Reading →
Over the years I’ve found that’s it easy enough to explain to someone what they should do with their link building campaign–the types of links they’re looking for, how to build a 12 month strategy, how to evaluate the quality of a link and so forth–but where a lot of site owners and marketing managers get hung up isn’t with the actual building of links, it’s usually because of the ... Continue Reading →
Most of us have encountered the red flags raised by Google, warning us that the website we’re about to load contains harmful malware. This is something we don’t just encounter from sketchy websites malware can also infect legitimate business and industry sites to steal sensitive information or to spread the infection to other computers.
Google’s Safe Browsing feature blacklists websites that can potentially harm users’ computers due to malware. ... Continue Reading →
A recent visit to a client brought up the question “what is this Twitter thing and how can we use it?” I answered “that’s a big question” and proceeded to talk about a-typical scenarios such as content aggregation, automation and campaign based community management. The conversation went on and we talked about a myriad of things. In the end the client revealed that one portion of their target market, ... Continue Reading →
A new tool has been added to FeedsPoster service – Facebook poster.
RSS to Facebook Poster will now be available together with RSS to WordPress, RSS to Google Blogger and RSS to Twitter posters.
With the help of RSS to Facebook poster you will be able to automatically update ... Continue Reading →
It’s no secret that WordPress is one of the most popular, easy-to-implement content management systems online. But just because it’s easy doesn’t mean that the out-of-the-box WordPress settings are ideal for optimal on page SEO. In fact, there’s nothing farther from the truth.
In this post, we cover simple solutions to prevent redundant pages (pages with duplicate or minimal content) from getting indexed from the roving tarsus of search engine ... Continue Reading →
In over a decade of working on websites I’ve see a lot of affiliate websites. Some were good but a lot were very bad. In this post, I’ll share my experiences about what I think Google is looking for and the common traits of things I’ve seen fail.
Single Offer Website
“You need to build a website that has information people are looking for and sprinkle in affiliate links, ... Continue Reading →