Last week Matt Cutts released a video titled “How Does Google Search Work?″ that explains how Google crawls, uses page rank, sets priorities, indexes, and filters in just 8 mins. Part history lesson, part education lesson; Cutts kicks off by explaining the journey that crawling has taken since he first started at Google. Actually when… Continue reading Google Ranking Explained in Just 8 Minutes
Normally we give you a tips on how to improve your rankings, but sometimes it’s just as important to know what you shouldn’t be doing. So this week I’m giving you a list of the top ways to KILL your rankings. Obviously this isn’t your goal, so above these tactics at all cost! 1. Cloaking… Continue reading Top 10 Ways To Kill Your Google Rankings!
Before you pay to have your website listed in as many directories as you can find in order to get more traffic, stop for a moment and consider how these paid listings could adversely effect your SEO results. Luckily, Matt Cutts is back again with his latest video answering the question “are paid directories held… Continue reading How Google Handles Paid Directories
Continuing its efforts to keep its search results more quality-oriented, Google recently announced a significant algorithmic change.
Ever wondered whether your targeted audience is really finding your website useful? Is the high bounce rates from any of your pages a matter of concern for you? Well, you’re in luck… Google is giving out some simple and handy tips on its latest Webmaster Central Blog that will help you understand and analyze the… Continue reading Google’s Advice for Testing Your Website
Our friends over at Bing recently posted about the 9 areas of your website which you should be able to control as a website owner. Whether you control them directly or you can influence them through your web developer is irrelevant…as long as you can have changes made in a reasonable timeframe. This is list… Continue reading 9 Essential Website Optimization Controls…from Bing
Google search results will now be “fresher” after the search giant released changes to its algorithm recently. The update, which seeks to build on the Caffeine web indexing system, has said to be affecting approximately 35% of all search queries. For example, if you search for “upcoming Brooklyn theater shows” Google understands that the search… Continue reading Google Update Increases Search “Freshness”
When there are too many versions of the same advice available, people often feel confused when it comes to deciding on which version is the right one. This applies especially to SEO. So the big question remains how can website owners crack the SEO code and make the most out of it? The team at… Continue reading 18 SEO Fundamentals According to Bing