Tag Archives: search engine optimization

E-Commerce SEO Success

Search engine optimization or SEO is much more difficult for merchants than any other professional using SEO online.  Each merchant has their own unique challenges and specialized strategies, which makes SEO very important.  Even though SEO for E-commerce sites is complex, it doesn’t mean it has to be challenging either.  The goal for an effective

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Blekko, a new search engine

Blekko is a new search engine founded by Rich Skrenta. The service rank and organize websites by using splashtags which can be created by anybody who uses Blekko. You can click here to learn more about a functionality of Blekko. Even that the website is still very young and their search results are not always

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Google Instant and SEO

After Google released its new function Google Instant SEO experts around the world ask very important question – how the new search enhancement (which shows results as you type) will effect Search Engine Optimization? It is too early to give the correct answer. Definitely Google Instant over time will change search engine optimization. Of course

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Search Engine Market Share July 2010

Last month Yahoo lost, Google and Bing gained visitors. To learn more visit Search Engine Market Share page.

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Sitemap and indexing page

I was recently reading many sources related to SEO about sitemap, and how big impact on indexing pages this file has. My conclusion is that a speed of indexing pages by Google’s web crawler depends very much on page range of a website. So, if your page doesn’t have high rank and Google’s crawler seems

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Bing Webmaster Tools

Bing released today the updated Bing Webmaster Tools. A new Bing Webmaster Tools focus on providing information about crawl, index and traffic. This tool is still very young, and very simple if we compare it with a similar tool from Google. However, it is must to check for all web developers and SEO specialists. A

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SEO issue: underscores vs. dashes in URLs

URL structure is one of the most important issues in SEO. However there are confusions about URL creation practices, and many different opinions. I had recently an interesting conversation with few SEO experts and I did some dipper research about this problem. Let’s look at the leaders. Wikipedia uses underscores for all subpages. We can

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SEO Tip: SEO content writing

SEO is about the content. Nobody will find your website for desire keywords if there are no such keywords on your website. However, Google search algorithm is smarter than we think. Content created for SEO purpose doesn’t have to contain exact phrases we want to advertize our website for. Let’s say, we do SEO for

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Google, Caffeine and SEO

Few days ago Google announced the completion of a new web indexing system called Caffeine. Caffeine is a technology which provides 50 percent fresher results for web searches than the last index. From Google Blog we can read: “Some background for those of you who don’t build search engines for a living like us: when

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Search Engine Market Share is changing, so SEO

Since Google dominates the search market, many SEO experts stopped optimizing their sites for other engines. That can change when the Bing-Yahoo integration happens. It can happen that Bing will get up to 30 percent of the search engine market. Based on current search market share statistics, if Microsoft’s Bing search technology starts generating results

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