WordPress has been a revolutionary word in the world of website creation. There has been innumerous downloads of this publishing platform, since its launch in 2003. If you sit to count the approximate times...
Last week,SEOMoz’sRand Fishkin had an interesting article/video about how anchor text was being slowly phased out by Google in favor of co-citation. The idea was that as Google’s algorithms became more advanced the importance of anchor text would be slowly dialed down and associative citations from high-authority sites (or a lot from lower authority sites) would replace it. The post does raise quite a few questions, the most obvious being Is exact match anchor text hurting my SEO efforts? And Is co-citation the future?
Today’s lives are characterized by so many activities such that people complain of lack of enough time to do what’s important. With the ever contracting time, the smaller, often-considered-less-important jobs like editing and proofreading are often neglected or done haphazardly, leaving a lot to be desired. If the work is written, it could mean that the writers have no time to proof; they just do it and pass along to the next desk which should clearly, not be the case.
Has your website taken a hit with the latest Penguin update, and you’re relentlessly trying to negate its impact by building some quality links? Well, then relax and take a deep breath before you act any further; the fact that your website was hit by latest Penguin update goes to show that the quality of back-links that you’ve built over the past few months (or perhaps weeks) hasn’t been really impressive (at least in the eyes of Google).
Driving traffic to your website is the goal of any social media campaign. Let’s take a look at some of the most widely used tools and tactics to improve both the quality and quantity of visitors to your website.
Everyone today has a medium through which they express themselves. These mediums may include music, writing and so on. When it comes to writing though, gone are the days when people expressed themselves privately in secret diaries. Writing today has reached a more public platform – blogging. With blogging, people can reach out to a wider audience and express their ideas and experiences. Some people also specialise their blogs to cater to a specific group of readers. We have movie review blogs, food blogs, and technical advice blogs and so on. Whatever topic the blog might be about, it is important to make sure that the content reaches out to the audience. If this is not done, then however good the content might be, it’ll all get wasted.
As information technology has extended its ways to the people, it has helped to explore and create necessary tools to communicate and integrate information. The accessibility has been a lot easier since people deserve to gather data and information that is worthwhile and timely.
Building a website is just a foundation stone to your online business as there are numerous things to do to improve the visibility of your website or draw visitors. To reach the targeted audience, the website should be search engine friendly that will enhance the search results. So, here are a few guidelines to make your website search engine-friendly site.
Digital marketing in the present era relies on web 2.0 sites and CMSs. Marketing through Web 2.0 sites internet marketing on the basis of social web. Here, social web implies typical websites, which foster communication and sharing between users. Blogs, affiliate channels, forums, wikis, web portals, social networks, bookmarking sites and user reviews are some of the examples of Web 2.0 sites.
If you have a few different websites, trying to keep track of all the different statistics and SEO projects can be time consuming and confusing if you aren’t really organized. Fortunately, different web browsers have various SEO plugins and extensions which can help to keep track of all your SEO endeavours, and Firefox is no exception.