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Top SEO Tips to Get Noticed by the Search Engines

Simple tips to get noticed by the search engines: Comprehensive, tailored SEO strategy. Begin with an in-depth analysis of your business and its goals, competitors and customers to ensure they have a great understanding of how they can best help you climb the rankings. Use unique content. Always use high quality and unique content. Ideally, the text contains keywords that highlight the overall theme of the post.  The content should be readable and meaningful. Use your keywords wisely. Text should be written primarily for visitors, not for search engines. Think of a relevant name for your image files. Google also consider images in the calculation of the ranking. Google displays both text and images on it’s search results page, drawing on relevant images contained in the post itself, which are linked to the corresponding page. Implement keywords of a specific subject in your file name, instead of XYZ94688.jpg use Best College in Canada.jpg. Don’t forg
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Basic SEO Tips

These simple SEO techniques  can make a significant difference in your Search Engine Queries. Use proper anchor text for inter-links. Don’t use “here”, “there” etc for the anchor text (if you can avoid it). Optimize the images, always create alt tags and write description in the alt tag. Use search engine friendly permalinks. Try not to have too many ‘&’, ‘?’, ‘!’ etc characters in the URL. Sometimes it is unavoidable but try to keep it to a minimum. Use hyphens (-) between words to improve readability. Do not use underscores (_) in URLs, use hyphens (-) instead. Do not use session id in URLs. If you are using good hosting then you shouldn’t have to worry about this one. Use internal linking when possible and appropriate. Use sticky posts (if you can). Use tag clouds (if it applies). Have a category description paragraph. Let the visitors subscribe to category specific RSS feed. (Use category specific RSS plugin for WordPress) Use rel=”nofollow” tag on low value

Google Panda Update History

The last Panda update was on September 25, 2014, which affected between three to five percent of search queries. Websites which were heavily effected by update 4.1 were mostly news sharing sites, download portals, online games, lyric databases and medical websites. Let’s take a view through history to learn about the  past Google Panda updates  and refreshes: Panda 1.0  – was launched on Feb 24, 2011. It impacted 12 percent of total search queries and it mainly targeted duplicated, shallow content. It reduced the visibility of content farms like Ezinearticles and other low quality web content. Panda 2.0  – Was rolled out after two months from Panda 1.0 on April 11, 2011 to all English queries. It added on a new signal to identify users’ site blocking data. Panda 2.1 .. 2.5  – These updates had minor changes and did not impact many queries, but they affected sites having scrap content. They were running in almost all languages. Panda 3.1  – This was a data refresh, which affected

Surprising Secret of Successful SEO

Surprising Secret of Successful SEO The sign of a successful SEO is one who understands and possesses a knack for great content writing. SEO is all about the content. You haave to consider these elements :  Keywords - All of SEO related to keywords. Without keywords, there’s no such thing as SEO. Queries - Queries, unlike keywords, are what users use to find websites and content. Every single user search involves words, typed and they drive the entire world of search. Titles - The single most important on-page SEO element is Titles.  URLs - URLs have come a long way from their garbled code-like origins. Today’s URLs are clean, simple, and made out of words. Headings - One of SEO’s most notable powerhouses are the page headings. Far from being mere stylistic panache, those H1s, H2s, and H3s are what make for highly optimized pages. Meta Descriptions - Even though they allegedly have no algorithmic value, meta descriptions nonetheless possess incr

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Interview Questions for SEO

1.   What are ‘NOODP’ and ‘NOYDIR’ Meta Tags and why they are used? 2.   What are 301, 403, 404, 500 errors for? 3.   What is NoFollow? 4.   What is PR based on? 5.   What is Link Juice? 6.   What is the name of Google, Yahoo and MSN spiders? 7.   Web crawler is also called ……………….. 8.   From where you recognize that your page is crawled by search engine Google? 9.   How many sources of getting traffic? 10.   What is reciprocal link? 11.   What is DMOZ? 12.   Crawler visits a site or a page? 13.   PR is given to a site or a page? 14.   What is Bounce Rate? 15.   What is a Landing Page? 16.   List any 5 Search Engines. 17.   List any 10 Social Bookmarking sites with >= 4 PR. 18.   Can you identify geographical visits? If yes then from where? 19.    List any 5 Browsers. 20.   What is your site’s PR? 21.   List any 3 Social Networking sites. 22.   What is an Anchor text? 23.   What are Breadcrumbs? 24.   View all, Read more, etc. links sh

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