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11 Free Keyword Research Tools to Find the Right Keywords

May 11, 2017
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Keyword research is an ongoing activity that must proceed continually. But before you put any of your article out in public, you should always ask yourself; “Will my audience be able to find this piece of content easily?” This is exactly what keyword targeting aims to achieve. As you must know, the only way to […]

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Make Your Digital Marketing Effective With Agile Management

March 23, 2017
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Search Engine Optimization is a method or strategy that is used to increase the number of visitors or users to a particular website. The ranking obtained in the search result page of a search engine does this. The Search Engine Optimization Training educates how to use the techniques of SEO to increase the number of […]

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7 SEO Best Practices for eCommerce Stores

November 16, 2016
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At least 30% of traffic to online stores come from organic searches. ~ Kissmetrics Let’s assume your store has a monthly turnover of $1,000. That works out to $12,000 per annum. If the above metric is to be worked on, approximately $3,600 worth of sales from your store has originated from organic search. The best […]

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Best SEO Strategies to Boost Your Website Ranking

November 24, 2014
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With the advent of latest tools and techniques, the SEO strategies for your website stipulate an all around change in the recent years. The best SEO Company will never lag behind in applying the modern methods to boost up your ranking in the search engine results. Some people think that SEO is some kind of […]

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Enhance the Online traffic of Your Website Using White Hat SEO Techniques

October 7, 2014
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What are White Hat SEO Techniques: Also known as Ethical Search Engine Optimalization (SEO) techniques, white hat SEO refers to the practice of those optimalization techniques and strategies that largely focus on relevancy for readers using the policies and guidelines of the search engines. These techniques are used by those websites that intend to invest […]

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Google Authorship – Learn how to display your face in Google

February 3, 2013
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If you haven’t heard by now, Google Authorship is the new mechanism by Google which seemingly helps to rank your site better in the world’s largest search engine. What is it? This is Google’s method of assigning an author to the content which has been posted in their search engine. To take this one step […]

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Do you experience poor traffic from Google search recently?

February 7, 2012
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Bloggers out there who had been making good money from advertisement, especially Google Adsense, might need to take another look at the recent changes from Google. One of the changes was the page layout algorithm. Most Adsense publishers love to place a big 336×280 or 300×250 ad units “Above the Fold” simply because those ad […]

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Affects of Google Plus Pages in SEO

November 24, 2011
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It has come to many people’s realization that recently, Google plus has increased a lot in relation to its growth.  Since the implementation, Google plus has been able to receive millions and millions of users including Facebook as well as an option that enables businesses to have profiles.  In the past, it could only host […]

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How to Select an SEO Company

November 17, 2011
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When your site fails to rank well despite of all your individual SEO efforts, you might want to consider hiring the services of a SEO company. However, there are many SEO companies that are unreliable. You can lower the risk of hiring a dubious SEO company if you know what to look for. When you […]

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What is SEO for Mobile and Why It’s important

November 14, 2011
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SEO stands of search engine optimization. There was a time when SEO techniques were seldom used in the world but with the excessive use of World Wide Web, it became important for websites to use proper SEO techniques so that they can keep themselves alive in the online world. Today, no website can survive without […]

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Google To Launch Their Own Version of Popular Groupon

January 30, 2011
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You probably know about Groupon by now. It’s a site that gives users special deals on area restaurants and attractions. They send you the offer, and if you’re interested, you say okay. When enough people say yes, the deal goes into effect. These deals offer incredible savings on all kinds of things. What you might […]

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Simple Methods of Link Building for SEO

November 3, 2010
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has been used mostly for developing better links. Having a large number of links means having a large number of people for getting in to the site as well as also increasing popularity of that web site. This process is somewhere related to the success of that business as it offers […]

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Facebook Makes Another Move Into the Search Engine Market

August 3, 2010
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Facebok has begun testing a new feature, Questions, where you can ask questions to the 500 million users of Facebook. At first, Questions is only available to a small group of users but Facebook plans on releasing it to all their users at a later time. Questions is supposed to be a competitor to services […]

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Google Image Search – First Major Design Update Since 2001

July 26, 2010
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Since Google Image search was launched in 2001, only minor updates has found its way to that part of Google’s search engine. Now, Google decided to “Bing up” their Image Search and make it more like Bing’s image search. The change is not available in all countries yet but should be over the next few […]

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Google Pacman Ate 4.8 Million Work Hours ($120 Million)

May 25, 2010
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Last Friday (May 21st) was Pacman’s 30 year birthday and to celebrate, Google integrated a fully playable Pacman game into their logo on Google.com. RescueTime, who did some calculations based on the activity of 11,000 users, estimates that the time spent on Google’s frontpage last Friday went from 11 seconds on average to 45 seconds. […]

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Chinese Hackers Obtained Google’s Password System

April 21, 2010
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According to New York Times, the Chinese Hackers you might have read about, is said to have obtained access to one of the more important parts of Google – their password system which controls access for million of users, to all Google’s services, including Gmail and Google Apps. The system is called “Gaia” and has […]

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Google Keeps Growing – First Fiscal Quarter 2010

April 18, 2010
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“Recession? What recession?” – I bet that’s what the shareholders at Google are saying right now. Google increased their revenue with 23% in the 1st quarter of this fiscal year, compared to last year. The total revenue was 6.77 billion dollars in the first quarter, with a profit of 1.96 billion dollars, an increase of […]

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Google & Matt Cutts: Site Speed Now A Factor in SEO

April 12, 2010
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In a blog post yesterday, Matt Cutts explains how Google is now incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that they use to determine search rankings. Don’t panic! As Matt Cutts also explains, Google actually launched this already a few weeks back and nobody noticed anything. Fewer than 1% of search queries […]

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Google China Redirect Now Also Censured

March 23, 2010
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Yesterday I wrote how Google decided to redirect from censured Chinese Google.cn to the Hong Kong version, Google.com.hk. It didn’t take many hours for the Chinese government before censored results were once again censored, but from Google.com.hk. How exactly they’re doing it, I don’t know, but New York Times reports that it’s only results that […]

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Google Did It – No More Censorship in Chinese Google

March 22, 2010
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I’ve been writing about this several times already and last week Google was 99.9% certain to shut down in China – now it seems they finally made the decision to go ahead and stop the censorship of search results on Chinese Google.cn. For now, Google.cn is being redirected to the Google based in Hong Kong, […]

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Google 99.9% Certain To Shut Down In China

March 16, 2010
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Recently I wrote that Google apparently didn’t mean business when they threatened to pull out of China and close down their activities in the country. It seems I was wrong, well, 99.9% wrong, according to Financial Times. Due to a hardening in positions from both the Google side and the Chinese government, it now seems […]

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Google In Talks With China After Hacking Attempts

March 11, 2010
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Google recently threatened to close down its activities in China, including their office, and pull out of the country, after they learned about the hacking that came from China. Apparently, it now seems that Google only mean business when they decide to stop supporting Internet Explorer 6 on YouTube and not when it comes to […]

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Google To Be Investigated By The European Union

February 24, 2010
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The European Commission has received three complaints over Google and now intend to start an investigation. The three complaints are from Foundem, a UK-based “price compare”-portal, French legaladvice search engine ejustice.fr and german Ciao, a company below Microsoft. Foundem believes that Google’s search algorithms place Foundem’s pages worse in Google, because Foundem is a competing […]

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Chinese Military School Behind Google Hacking

February 22, 2010
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About a month ago, Google was about to pull out of China because they no longer wanted to continue censoring results on Google.cn as instructed by the Chinese Government. Long story short, Google got mad because somebody within China hacked some Gmail accounts and other major IT companies within the US. Now, New York Times […]

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