Best Ways To Deal With More Competition In Online Marketing

On February 8th, 2013, wrote:

The competition over the web is very fierce in nature. You will find every online business venture struggling to get a higher pagerank over the search engines like Google, Yahoo or Bing. Even the novices seem to be joining the bandwagon of the internet and seen promoting their businesses online. Business could be called as a game and only the team having some of the best players are going to win it. In order to beat others in the competition in online marketing, you need collective efforts of your team. It’s not just a task to your marketing team; it has to be a collective responsibility. Here’s a list of some of the best ways to deal with more competition found in online marketing. Let’s check them out. Study your market Studying your market is the basic step to beat the competition in internet marketing. All you are supposed to do is to analyze your market and identify its demand – Read the full article

How to Make Sure Your Site Doesn’t Lose its PageRank

On July 9th, 2012, wrote:

Enhancing PageRank (PR) is a crucial practice in the world of SEO and Internet marketing, because the link analysis algorithm rates the importance of any given website. While there are many ways to make sure that your website receives the kind of initial attention necessary to become a global player, the fact is that your website requires constant maintenance in order to keep up a good PageRank. And the value of your PR can never be underrated. There are a few ways that you can boost your visibility, but the truth is that if the major search engines do not deem your website to be important or worthy of the attention of your users, you are most likely going to fail. And if you think that your website is losing the admiration that you may have been building up, then it is likely that your PageRank has been dropping without you knowing. All this is a scary state of affairs, – Read the full article

SEO Success Tips: Factors that Influence Backlink Quality

On May 4th, 2012, wrote:

Backlinks and SEO (search engine optimization) success are always linked together. It is understood that a website with plenty of quality backlinks usually ranks high in Google’s search engine results pages (SERPs). That’s why many SEO firms, website owners, and Internet marketing professionals incorporate link building strategies into their SEO plan – in hopes of enhancing their search performance on the Web. What is a backlink? A backlink – sometimes called incoming link, inbound link, or inward link – is a link that points to a website or web page, coming from another site or page. A quality backlink is often considered a vote of confidence, as it signifies that the backlink source trusts a website or page well enough to lead or direct the source’s visitors to the backlinked site. SEO experts, website owners, and online marketers know that it’s not enough to get as many backlinks as possible. Quality matters, too, and perhaps – in these days of – Read the full article

Layman’s Guide: 8 Top Tips to Maximize Your Link Building Marketing Campaign

On April 30th, 2012, wrote:

SEO (search engine optimization) is growing ever more complex, with many businesses already having figured out their bottleneck problems in terms of fixing their website so it’s “SEO-friendly.” Link-building, however, is a trickier area, with agencies far and wide approaching this practice from all angles. Here are some top tips to make sure you are maximizing the most from your link building campaign and helping yourself create a powerful backlink profile! 1. Link Replication Look into the backlink profile of your competitors and see what sites link to them. Most of the time, you will find that you will be able to replicate the link to your own site. 2. Be Honest About The Links When asking for a link from a site, just be honest about what you need. Most of the time, you’ll find the relationship will work a lot better, not just for you, but also for other parties. 3. Bad link networks Be wary of having – Read the full article

Terrific New Tips For Improving the SEO Performance of Every Website

On February 12th, 2012, wrote:

Some of the major challenges posed to the online business owners or any website owner is the visibility of their websites on popular search engines, most especially Google. Among the number of search engines, Google controls majority of these searches. This is the reason why most of the websites embark with strategies targeting Google first. The best way to enhance your online visibility is by search engine optimization or SEO. Hence, when you come up with your website, it is important to adopt a proper SEO strategy to improve your website’s ranking / search performance. The following are some terrific new tips to improve the search engine optimization performance of any website you design: By adding a blog: When you add a blog to your website, it gives you an opportunity to add new content on a regular basis. Different search engines love new and fresh content. So, when you add new content to your blog at least once or – Read the full article

5 SEO Tactics To Avoid

On October 21st, 2011, wrote:

With many business owners looking to reduce their SEO budgets, there are a wide number and varying quality of websites offering advice and tips on how to improve the ranking of your site (from paid links to Indian article writers—some good, some bad). Leave the guesswork out: here we look at some SEO tactics to avoid. Keyword stuffing A tactic that used to work many years ago is now an SEO dinosaur.  The tactic of keyword stuffing involves the gross overuse of keywords within an article or page.  In some cases this can be as high as 10%.  This results in very poor quality articles, and content which likely cause your readers to switch off, and the Google spam filters to switch on! Link Wheels Have they every worked?  It’s certainly debatable.  This tactic involves creating a number of mini-sites or pages, and linking them in a wheel-like topology.  The second article may link to the first, the third to – Read the full article

Make Link Building Work For You

On August 24th, 2011, wrote:

Link building is a great tool to help the popularity of your blog or website (in the eyes of your audience) and gain authority (in the eyes of search engines). This is all assuming you go about it the right way, though – buying links will only work so far, and if you always go for the low-hanging fruit of spammy blogs that automatically accept your articles, you’re more likely to be penalized than helped. Relevancy While it is definitely possibly for you to post on a completely irrelevant blog and link back to your website in your author bio – it is ultimately best to focus on the relevancy of the topic of the blog – writing about your green products on a green lifestyle blog. More often than not, unfortunately, that kind of serendipity doesn’t happen too often. Most people will focus on niches that are more tangentially related – for example, if you maintain a guide to – Read the full article

Google PageRank: What You Need to Know

On April 4th, 2011, wrote:

Now that your website is up and running, it’s time to start working on your Google PageRank (PR). My what? What is PageRank? PageRank, in simple terms, refers to the value given to your site by Google. Sometime ago this value was measured by link popularity, or the number of links pointing back to your site. (It was thought that the best and most relevant pages attracted the most links.) So the more links you have from other sites, especially those sites with a higher PageRank, the higher your website will be ranked by Google. And what does the high ranking do? Well, a number of experts consider PageRank to be the most important factor in establishing the relevance of a website or page, for each particular phrase, keyword, or search term entered on Google Search. Nowadays it has changed. Search engines like Google no longer rely solely on the quantity of links. They’re taking link quality and reputation into – Read the full article