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If you’re about to launch a new business and you’re already investigating SEO, congratulations! You’re ahead of the average. If you’re migrating hosts or redesigning your website, now is a great ti…
One of the easiest and most lucrative ways to monetize a blog is through affiliate links and affiliate networks; the modern iteration of lining your site with advertisements. There are a number of very good reasons to clearly ma…
The Internet does not have an assigned dominant language or nationality. It is, by definition, a global edifice. The World Wide Web is global, but it’s very easy for businesses to fall into the trap of forgetting about int…
The Google Sandbox is a concept that’s been around for over ten years. It was initially created to describe the phenomenon where websites would struggle to rank for months after any sort of bad SEO actions were penalized,…
From the very beginning, Google – and other search engines that followed, grew, and lived or died – needed some way to find pages to index. At the start, Google used manual feeding with a staff of employees. With the s…
Backlinks are one of the most high-risk, high-reward aspects of SEO. On one hand, you have the reward; a high ranking in Google that’s nearly impossible to dislodge. A site, once it has reached the stage of trusted authori…
Matt Cutts has declared guest blogging for SEO dead, and a whole host of SEOs never got past the title to read his clarifications. Guest blogging, yes, was getting very spammy. It was also difficult to do properly. That said, it is…
SEO is one of those business expenses you just need to plan for. It’s not something you can get away with doing on the cheap. It’s important for any online business to make use of search optimization for maximized exp…
Frequent web users may noticed the trend that many of the same sites are always populating the top search results. The same names come up over and over. These sites are huge; hundreds or thousands of pages and posts, millions of wo…
One of the big fears with modern SEO is the issue of duplicate content. When Panda rolled out in 2011, one of the first things it tore from the search results was the prolific presence of web shops with hundreds or thousands of produ…