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The header tag, more properly known as the heading elements, are a series of html elements that denote the importance of the content between them.  For years, the only heading tags relevant to SEO have been H1 and, to a lesse…
A couple months ago, Google made a big move; they released a new form of sitelink to the public, to everyone who uses AdWords, and made them free.  They are completely free to use. Why might Google do this?  Well, it&rsq…
There’s nothing worse for a website owner, blogger or entrepreneur than the feeling of checking your website and finding it blocked due to a malware infestation.  It’s an immediate de-indexing by Google un…
The vast majority of the information written online about SEO has Google in mind, to the exclusion of other search engines.  This is, in part, due to Google’s huge market share; over 65% of web searching is performed…
Links are important to SEO, both as positives and as negatives. Using links properly is a huge boon. Using them poorly can earn you some serious penalties and loss of trust. This makes webmasters understandably paranoid about h…
Before you can begin to answer this question, you first have to decide what you mean by blogging for SEO. Do you mean blogging specifically to cover as many keywords with as much content as possible, regardless of quality or usabi…
The Google Authorship debate has been raging since its inception three years ago. It’s been a fight every step of the way, for marketers to convince business owners that using Google+ and implementing Authorship was a va…
If you have the means to produce it, video can be a huge asset to SEO. Quality is the key. You absolutely need high quality video with high quality audio and compelling scripting if you want to succeed with video, and that’s t…
The two biggest names in search penalties for the last several years are Panda and Penguin. These normally-kindly animals see the Internet in black and white; they have rules they follow, and if you break them, your ranking goes…
Of all the many and varied link schemes across the history of the Internet, none is so close to, and yet so far from, a legitimate strategy as the private blog network. What is a PBN, how does one work and how can you tell if a blog is par…