Monthly Archive:: January 2013

For the first time in history, user experience has become one of the most important things SEO’s must consider when creating a website. Previously, pretty much anyone could put out a website, throw up some mediocre text content, get as many links as possible and then they would thrive in Google. This doesn’t work quite so well anymore. The rules have changed. Or at the very least, the rules are changing. Do you wan’t to be left behind? User Experience Matters As time progresses the Google algorithm is getting more and more balanced. With traditional SEO, it was just important for users to get as many links (Votes) as possible, whilst adhering to traditional on-page optimization guidelines. The new SEO throws in another dynamic, and this is [&hellip

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Unless you have been living under a rock the last year or so, you will have undoubtedly heard about Google+ authorship. For those of you who are unaware though, Google+ authorship is basically “tagging” your Google+ author profile to your website. It is your way of saying “Hey, this is my site, i am the one running the show here”. This can be done simply, easily and it will provide a cool little picture of you next to your site snippets in the search results. All you need to do is go through the process of creating a Google+ account and then associate it with your website. Later on in this post i will telling you how exactly you can set it up. But for now, check out the [&hellip

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Often i get asked about how to write content that the search engines love. It is usually a question about keyword density, bolding keywords or some other voodo trick that will gets Google to rank your site higher. All of these “tricks” are now unimportant compared to one thing. That one thing is – User experience. That being said, once you have user experience down and are creating websites that your visitors LOVE. The game changes, then you can implement these little “tricks” as a little cherry on top. User Experience Trumps Content That is my bold prediction… based on observable facts obviously. Up until now it has been links this, links that, it’s all about links. Just get links and you will rank. Right [&hellip

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One of the most common questions i see on webmaster forums these days is “Do nofollow links help with my SEO?”. I also see lots of posts from wannabe SEO’s claiming that nofollow links both help and hurt your SEO efforts. So which one is true? In the following post i will be posting my views on nofollow links and giving you a definitive answer. What Is The Nofollow Tag? The nofollow tag, also known as the link condom was created by Google so that webmasters can say that they do not want a link counted as a “vote”. You will often find it attached to all WordPress comments. Google would like for you to attach the nofollow tag to any paid link or link [&hellip

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The internal linking structure of your website is very important. Before starting any website, it is best to prepare your website architecture so that it will perform well when you scale up. What i mean by this is: You should think of a hierarchy that allows as much of your content to be passed as much SEO “link juice” as possible. Or in other words, make sure your important pages don’t get neglected. Principals Of Good Internal Linking Several principals of good internal linking are as follows: The most “juice” is passed to the most important pages. The most competitive keywords you target get the most “juice”. You have as few PageRank leaks as possible. (Controversial). Your structure meets the overall objectives you want to accomplish. Lets examine each of these individually [&hellip

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