In our article on Understanding Google's Algorithm
, a brief explanation was given on what the Google algorithm is and a few general tips were given to help the beginner to optimize their website for it. This article will go into much more depth on different tactics to use to further optimize your site for higher rankings in Google's search engine.
Types of Optimization
As explained in the previous article, there is a myriad of things needed to be done in order to properly and ...Read more »
Google is dancing again! A full tilt all out boogie,
a long drawn out rumble somewhere near cursor heaven.
My own keywords are going up, down and out the door.
Take your pick. Just want the bloody thing to stop.
My nerves are shot... three years of hard work may just
go down the drain and there's no end in sight!
Fellow webmasters will recognize my slight desperation,
my total sense of unease when Google dances. It all has to
do with pre-conditioning, psych majors will know this,
I am well ...Read more »
Google is quickly changing...
With the big buzz of Novembers fall within Google comes a newly indexed data-base...
Did Google do something bad to our great placements? No I don't think so and here's why.
While people are screaming for help and wondering what went wrong, I've noticed a MASSIVE shift in page ranking.
If you look at top placements at the moment, according to Scroogle, most of the ecommerce search terms got hit really hard. A lot of the top 100 placements were vanishing and ...Read more »
1. Your Web pages with content should be interested in reading.
As content is king for search engines content in your site should be both unique and interesting. This can improve your impression.
2. Content should be highly focused with keyword phrases. rather than phrases that are too general and competitive.
Specially when there is more competition.
3. Optimize your Web pages for at least three to five keywords at a time.
You should optimize your page for minimum three keywords-for three ...Read more »
First, hereâ''s the rundown of some of the terminology Iâ''m going to use â''
â'' Links coming into your site
â'' Links leaving your site
â'' Links that you have â'œtradedâ' with another site (ie, theyâ''ve got a link from their site to your and youâ''ve got a link from your site to theirs)
PR (Page Ranking)
â'' Googleâ''s measure of how â'œimportantâ' your site is
SEO Is Not Dead
Ok, now lets talk about what you really want to hear ...Read more »