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On the modern Internet, one of the biggest threats to the functionality of a business is the possibly downtime of their website. When your website goes down, any incoming traffic bounces from an error message. Some people may se…
If you have a website that you are tying to rank with the search engines, you have every reason to be concerned about getting penalized by Google. Between the Penguin, Panda and Hummingbird updates, many thousands of sites, if no…
The trend in long-tail keyword use in marketing strategy is largely the result of cost efficiency in advertising. Used as a cost conversion mechanism in search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) online advert…
Thanks to the nearly universal prevalence of the Internet, it seems like everyone and their cousin has a blog, website, or other foothold in cyberspace. Some people use their websites and blogs for fun, others sell stuff, while…
Now, when you run a website, you should strive to have a serious and well-thought-out SEO strategy. With this, you can bring more customers to your website. Not only that, with organic clicks, a visitor is more likely to convert i…
Many small business owners have built a website, and a large percentage of them have a blog on their website. However, a lot of business owners want to know how often they should be posting to their blog. There are several reasons w…
SEOblog Editorial Team
Google Adwords is a popular online advertising platform that places various ads on Google’s search engine as users search for specific keywords. The advertisements appear at either the top, bottom, or side of search re…
404 pages are considered by most to be an extremely bad sign. Although they are commonly called errors, they are technically the page that shows up when a website is not able to perform a request. The most common action that result…
Before investing the question of whether changing nameservers affects search engine rankings, it is helpful to know what it means to change nameservers. Public nameservers are what identifies a certain web hosting server to…
Some time ago, WordPress implemented a feature designed to make it easier for blogs to talk to each other. This feature, known as trackbacks, was an interesting concept with a flawed execution. The system has gone through sever…