A Google webmaster might occasionally contact you. Itâ??s usually never a good thing. Some people have received penalties for what Google are calling pure spam. Itâ??s a strange term and you donâ??t get much more information than this. Letâ??s discuss what pure spam is and what you can do to recover from Google penalties. Specific [...]Read More
It is almost catastrophic for a blogger to experience some technical problems in their website that can significantly affect their rank and performance in the search engine. Behind the activities of a website are some hidden technical problems that might be occurring without the website owner taking notice of it. It is important to recognize [...]Read More SEO
Each and every time something changes in the world of SEO, so too does the encyclopedia of myths and rumours sending millions on totally wrong paths. Now more than ever, SEO is in a constant state of flux which in turn has led to all manner of weird and wonderful stories and ideas emerging from [...]Read More SEO, seo mistakes
Success in the online business world is so difficult that if and when it appears like things are going well, it can be natural to sit back and start drinking in the fruits of your efforts. This is precisely what happens when so many get up and running with their SEO efforts for the first [...]Read More online marketing, reputation, SEO
SEO can be a tricky subject, and when you’re dealing with the pressures of running your own business, it often pays to outsource to an expert. As is the case with any contractor relationship though, it pays to take the right steps to ensure that you get what you really need and have the best [...]Read More outsourcing, SEO
It’s all well and good to speak about what Google may and may not be looking for in terms of positive SEO practices, but another entirely when an actual Google guru shares insights. That’s why when Mr. Mat Cutts himself speaks, we tend to listen. Over the past few weeks, Cutts has been offering all [...]Read More SEO, seo mistakes
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