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May 15, 2012 @ 11:00 am | Category:SEO Basics | Tags: No tags

Can we all agree that being spammy (even just a little bit) is a no-no? We all know that Google certainly thinks so, although isn’t always that good at spotting it! You’ve probably seen some of the worst offenders: plain pages full of hot-blue text links, crappy ads crammed everywhere, machine-generated content or even no […]

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May 12, 2012 @ 11:55 pm | Category:Offbeat & Rants | Tags: google ao suggestionut

Look at the image below… Not the results you would expect right? I knew Google auto suggestion sucks for many terms, but for something like this, well, it’s pure censorship, like with many other porn terms, but in this case “anal”  can also be presented as a medical term, so not sure if it was […]

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May 9, 2012 @ 1:20 pm | Category:Internet & Tech | Tags: No tags

I know most bloggers tend to give up easy on link building opportunities, they either send a direct mail of which most get ignored or they fail to find the right way to approach a fellow webmaster. I have a way around that, and it’s very easy (takes time, but it’s easy). There are different […]

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May 7, 2012 @ 5:00 pm | Category:SEO Basics | Tags: link wheel, link wheel patterns, open link wheel

I remember that when I started dabbling with SEO in 2006 the concept of link wheel was one of the best methods used to get solid rankings. In fact, for a short while link wheel was probably the best way to get rankings boost and was the preferred way of link building for many SEOs […]

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Well the last week or two were rather interesting considering that most of the online community was talking about over-optimization penalty, negative SEO and outing. All that became a bit clearer after Google announced their webspam update, or now officially called Penguin update. Penguin update was started on the 24th April and it’s now finished, […]

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April 25, 2012 @ 3:54 pm | Category:SEO World | Tags: No tags

With the new webspam update rolling out, the talk in webmaster forums and Google+ it is hard not to notice a shift in search results. It’s hard to believe what piece of crap ranks out there, even with all the updates and Panda’s in the world, maybe the new one will fix them, but as […]

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April 24, 2012 @ 1:27 pm | Category:SEO Research | Tags: over optimization, penalty factors

Since we are all worried about what may trigger the over optimization penalty I wanted to ask you to share your thoughts with us. We all have different takes on the matter, so I included some basic questions that may trigger the penalty, please rate them accordingly by filling out the form below. You can […]

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April 23, 2012 @ 11:32 am | Category:Internet & Tech | Tags: flipping websites, selling websites

Flipping websites is a task that needs passion. For instance, you buy a website which has a great audience, at least a modest one. You aspire to increase the audience base and bring your website to the top! However, a few weeks down the line, you begin to lose interest. The pace of returns is […]

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April 18, 2012 @ 1:17 pm | Category:Internet & Tech | Tags: no yelling, tech crunch, viral content

It recently came to my attention that a small company from Australia made an online boom that brought them incredible rise in traffic and made them known through a simple Google Docs user style they created. Company is called No Yelling, nice name, can you guess what they do? They offer driving lessons, yup, it’s […]

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April 16, 2012 @ 1:00 pm | Category:SEO Tutorials | Tags: e-commerce tracking, google analytics tracking

Are you selling goods on the Internet? If you are, you have to ask yourself the following questions: Who are visiting your storefront and looking at your offers? Where are they located? Which products do they prefer? Why do you have to consider these aspects? When you are able to keep track of vital customer […]

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