How to Increase the Domain Authority of your site?

June 28, 2013

Domain Authority (DA) is a rating of a website and it depends on Google page rank, backlinks to a website, etc. So, high Domain Authority for a website indicates that it has high page rank and backlinks as well. Elements involved in DA calculation More than 100 elements determine the Domain Authority of a website. […]

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Google, does PageRank flow through image links?

April 15, 2012

This is the shortest Google Webmaster Tools video ever, so watching it is not going to waste much of your time… the question is: “Does PageRank flow through image links” – and the answer, is in the video:

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Good SEO Company vs. Bad SEO Company

December 16, 2011

Websites needs to rank well if they are to attract quality traffic and in the end increase the visibility of the services or products being offered. With this high demand in achieving high search engine rakings, several companies have emerged that provide Search Engine Optimization aka SEO services. Generally, SEO involves the use of certain […]

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CommentLuv – A Link Builders Dream Or The Latest Waste of Time?

August 27, 2010

First off I’d like to say I have never used comment spam, and I never plan to, I will admit that I have partaken in some forum spamming in my early days, before I seen the light. Matt Cutts and Google decided that they wanted to put a stop to this spam and the nofollow […]

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Matt Cutts On How PageRank Flows From Twitter & Facebook

January 18, 2010

A new webmaster video has been released from Matt Cutts, where he talks about how Google see links from Twitter and Facebook coming to your site and how the PageRank flows from these sites as well. If you’re a webmaster or a blogger, it might be a good idea to follow @googlewmc on Twitter to […]

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Google To Rank Sites Based On Speed? Matt Cutts Explains

November 17, 2009

Over the past week I’ve answered a few questions in the comments here at TechPatio, asking if the speed of a website has anything to do with how it will rank in Google. My responses were, basically, “no, I don’t believe that is the case”. With the recent comments from Matt Cutts, “the face of […]

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TechPatio Received First PageRank – Now PR2

October 30, 2009

PR2, it ain’t much, but it sure is better than what I had before: PR0. TechPatio is almost 4 months old so I kinda expected at least PR2 for the next PageRank update, which apparently happened within the last few days. Now I probably have another 2-4 months until the next PageRank update, to build […]

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FeedBurner Changes Redirect Method to ‘301’ – Better SEO For Your Blog

October 4, 2009

I was going to create a post on how you could get better Search Engine Optimization for your blog using FeedBurner links, especially if you have a habit of commenting on blogs with CommentLuv that pulls your FeedBurner RSS feed to get your latest blog post(s), but FeedBurner made a change that would render my […]

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How To: More Targeted AdSense Ads & Thesis Code Example

September 12, 2009

If you have watched the Matt Cutts video from WordCamp San Francisco 2009 you probably noticed his mentioning of the two following HTML codes: [html] <!–google_ad_section_start–> <!–google_ad_section_end–> [/html] Most people don’t know about those two tags and so they don’t use them. Using them lets you define what part of your website (or blog) should […]

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Matt Cutts: “Google Crawls According To PageRank”. A Must See Video For Bloggers

September 12, 2009

Matt Cutts is often looked at as the “face of Google” among bloggers and search engine optimization people. Matt often posts information, tips, videos etc. with information about Google and other related stuff that can help bloggers and webmasters optimize their site for better ranking and readership. He joined Google as a software engineer in […]

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Beginners Guide to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), part 1

June 30, 2009

If you have absolutely no clue, or very little, about Search Engine Optimizaiton, reading this post will get you started with some basic information. As you have probably figured out already, SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SERP means Search Engine Result Pages, ie. the page you see on e.g. Google with the results of […]

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