That being said, I thought it would be good timing to release an update on “SEO”. Check out the topic below:
“Why New Google Algorithms Encourage Blogging”
It’s a very good article on how blogging can help any website owner from an SEO point of view.
Please take a minute and share this SEO Update through Twitter or Facebook. Leave me a comment with any tips and insight you might have about SEO and if you’ve heard about the new “Freshness” update from Google.
If you want to be successful out on the world wide web, you need great SEO content. After all, it’s not like you get to have a conversation with your customers like you do in a brick and mortar store. On the web, your content is the only chance you have to show that you’re an expert, convince people that you’re trustworthy, and explain the features and benefits of your product to your target audience…Continue Reading On SiteProNews.com »
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Google’s Search Quality Group, which specializes in search engine optimization (SEO), has already expressed its support for clean or “white hat” SEO strategies. That’s why the considerable surprise (and probably even panic) that swept the SEO industry is quite understandable when the group’s head, Matt Cutts, announced an impending “over-optimization” update and subsequent penalties…Continue Reading On SearchMarketingStandard.com »
It seems like whenever a company manages to put together the optimal website for search engine rankings, Google goes and changes its algorithm again. In response, companies change the focus of their websites, which helps them maintain their search engine rankings. With the new Google algorithms that focus on fresh content, blogging on a regular basis has become a common SEO strategy…Continue Reading On WebMasterRadio.fm »
Images have been published on web pages for nearly 20 years but the search engines have continued to give greater placement to images on the search engine results pages (SERPs). This may come from the fact that Facebook receives nearly 250 million picture uploads daily and Pinterest reaches 50 million blog post mentions…Continue Reading On SEO.com »
There are some rumors going across the SEO channels that Google is using data from comment spam filter Akismet. Those rumors are untrue. A Google spokesperson told us “we don’t use Akismet to flag spam.” The SEOs were using the classic correlation is equal to causation. Where a…Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article…Continue Reading On SearchEngineLand.com »
In light of the recent announcement by Matt Cutts at SXSW there has been a lot of speculation in the SEO industry as to what “over-optimization” entails. Because this announcement has been vague, it forces many SEOs to rethink and reassess their current strategy. More than ever, SEOs could learn a thing or two from TED; its tagline alone encapsulates what SEOs should embrace in one simple phrase, “Ideas Worth Spreading”…Continue Reading On SEO.com »
There are many strategies that are effective in achieving the goal of increasing a blog or website’s page rank in search engines. A high page ranking means you’ll get more visits to your website, which is what all blog or website owners want. Among the many strategies that you can use, link building remains one of the most effective strategies…Continue Reading On BlogHerald.com »