Seo For Advanced
Heavenly SEO Practices: Unique Content
The concept of unique content is inextricably linked to the issue of duplicate content. Duplicate content, even the most inexperienced of internet marketers will know, is a big no-no – even if the exact rules (and what qualifies as duplicate content) are a little blurred. Yet everyone knows that duplicate content is to be avoided if at all possible,... [Read more of this article]
Heavenly SEO Practices: Quality Content
One of the major mistakes made by newcomers to the internet marketing world is to assume ‘content’ means nothing more than ‘keyword stuffed text’. Yes, we all know and appreciate the importance of keywords, and we all want to get them on to our websites in the cheapest and quickest way possible. Yet something that is continually... [Read more of this article]
Should You Outsource Your SEO Work?
Search engine optimization is one of those odd, new Millennium techniques that has arrived right at the time when the average user can become an expert. Yes, you need to study SEO, but by and large the mechanics of it can be self-taught using internet forums and help guides. Yet there are companies that offer to perform SEO work for other people, and... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #7 “Avoid Black Hat Techniques”
They appear every so often on internet marketing forums; people claiming to have discovered a fool proof “black hat” search engine optimization technique. Their technique, available for a price, will propel your website to the top of the search engine listings – and of course they guarantee you’ll never get caught.
Now, think... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #6 “Title Stacking”
When it comes to search engine optimization, one of the most useful tools in a web developer’s arsenal is the < title > tags within HTML code. Unlike articles, which must be based around keywords (a procedure which is never easy), the < title > tag is a section of code which you can pack with your keywords – all without having to add a context,... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #5 “Hosting Viruses, Malware or Other Nasties”
This may seem obvious; no search engine is going to rank you well in their search results if their bots discover that there is spyware, malware, viruses or any other kind of internet nasties contained within your website. In fact, if a bot does discover such content, your site will most likely be removed and blacklisted for good.
So that’s simple... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #4 “Linking To Bad Sites”
Have you ever heard the phrase ‘falling in with a bad crowd’? Well, if you link to websites that search engines consider ‘bad’, that’s the search engine optimization equivalent of falling in with a bad crowd. While your website may not be intrinsically ‘bad’ in itself, if you promote (by linking) sites that... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #3 “Duplicate Content”
Among those well versed in internet marketing, duplicate content is something of a sticky issue. The exact nature of the problem is in what constitutes duplicate content, with some internet marketers insist anything that has previously been written on any other website qualifies as duplicate content – while others say it only matters for the same... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #2 “Cloaking”
All the major search engines compete to make their search results as relevant, up to date and informative as possible. For a search engine to be considered effective, and therefore gain users, it relies on its reputation for providing the right information for any given search term.
They’re right for assuming this. Imagine you were looking for... [Read more of this article]
The Seven Deadly Sins of SEO: #1 “Hidden Text”
Anyone with a basic understanding of search engine optimization will know that text on a website plays a large part in how you are ranked in search engines. In fact, it could be argued that the textual content of a website is actually the most important thing for search engines.
It’s therefore natural for the cunning mind to wonder if it’s... [Read more of this article]
What Is Robots.txt?
For a search engine to keep their listings up to date, and present the most accurate search engine results, they perform an action known as a ‘crawl’. This is essentially sending a ‘bot’ (sometimes known as a ‘spider’) out to crawl the internet. The bot will then find new pages, updated pages or pages it did not previously... [Read more of this article]
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