Effective SEO Tips To Top Google Image Search

On October 23rd, 2012, wrote:

Choosing the best possible images for your blog is not always easy. Yes, there are very many you can choose from. But how about a unique one or the one that is exactly in your mind? Google does not always offer you with images you have in mind. But don’t worry. You don’t have to be a photographer or designer to bring out what’s on your mind. Here are few tips that will help you get the most accurate images for your blogs. 1) Make it unique Watermark your image. Use the Watermark Reloaded plug-in of WordPress for automating the watermark process on every image you publish. You can use Photoshop (if you are familiar with it) or other simple tools like Picture Manager to make changes like resizing, changing contrast, color, image pixels and many more. Giving unique alt tags and file names can help. 2) Help the search spiders There are many XML Image Sitemaps available as WordPress – Read the full article

4 Awesome Tips on SEO-focused Blogging

On June 3rd, 2011, wrote:

Blogging doesn’t involve just writing: it involves promoting your content and making it rank for relevant search terms, too. Don’t worry if you’re not a technical expert or SEO rock star: like in most areas of Internet marketing, there are tons of ways to improve your performance in SEO-focused blogging, and it sounds a lot easier than it actually is. If you’re not quite convinced that you should have anything to do with SEO when blogging, just remember that getting people to your site who are already interested is much easier than the kind of cold, hard sell tactic used by most traditional outbound marketers. So drive those visitors to your site. Here are 4 tips to improve your inbound Internet marketing tactics with a blog: Write Creative Headlines Write blog headlines that will drive clicks on Twitter. Think from a user perspective; there are 60 million tweets sent out each day. Getting people to click on your URL from – Read the full article

Online Reputation Management Services that Delete Your Negative Google Results

On April 22nd, 2011, wrote:

Argh! We’ve all made that expression of frustration one time or another – or several times, if you’re a fledging Internet marketer, small business owner, or SEO professional. Indeed, it seems it can’t be helped that a negative search result about you will appear on Google every so often: a bad customer review, the ranting blog post of a bitter ex-employee, or some form of bad publicity embodied in a 140-character tweet. The worst part? It’s right there on Page 1 or 2 or 3 of the SERPs. You can’t really do anything about that link or search result that may potentially inflict damage on your brand or business. You can’t really delete it. Or can you? Best practices in online reputation management can go a long way in protecting – and enhancing – your presence online. Unfortunately, there are still a lot of people who think that Google, Bing, and Yahoo! – well, okay, not Yahoo – own and – Read the full article

Google Tweaks Search Engine to Improve Quality of Search Results

On February 27th, 2011, wrote:

Google, under fire these last several weeks for allowing webmasters, marketers, and spammers manipulate its search engine, recently made changes to the way it ranks search results. The move, announced and detailed in a blog post Thursday at the official Google blog, signified an effort by the company to push down low-quality websites and pages that appear on its search engine results pages (SERPs), while rewarding sites with original, high-quality content and information as well as “in-depth reports” and “thoughtful” analyses. “In the last day or so we launched a pretty big algorithmic improvement to our ranking—a change that noticeably impacts 11.8% of our queries—and we wanted to let people know what’s going on,” wrote Amit Singhal, Google Fellow, and Matt Cutts, Principal Engineer. “This update is designed to reduce rankings for low-quality sites—sites which are low-value add for users, copy content from other websites, or sites that are just not very useful.” The change in ranking algorithms also supports – Read the full article

Google Alerts for Reputation Monitoring

On December 18th, 2010, wrote:

There’s a lot of hype in the social media realm over the dozens of new tools and dashboards that help you keep an eye on what people are saying about your company. Indeed, online reputation monitoring and management is quickly becoming a must-have for your marketing strategy. It is every business owner’s dream to be able to keep tabs on their brand name. Now, they can swoop in and clean up after a dirty situation. Likewise, they can reward or thank people for good mentions. Social media is growing at an enormous rate, but it still makes up only a relatively small portion of the Internet. There are billions of websites and blogs that also like to talk about things. Many of those sites have a reach comparable to or larger than the social mentions that are happening around your brand. Reputation monitoring goes beyond social media: you should be monitoring the whole Internet. Before you spend money on expensive – Read the full article