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Nowadays SEO is necessary part of for your business advertising strategy,

So, after you let that sink in a bit, let’s talk. How many clicks is your website getting? Where does your business rank in search results? Given the data, there is a large incentive for businesses to optimize their page in order to boost search rankings. SEO, or search engine optimization, is a tool for

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Website Redesign – Successes and Slip-ups

Congratulations! You have your business website up and running. Oh? You’ve had it up for a while? You see some changes you want to make? Well, hold on a minute. You’ve come to the right place. Redesigning your company website, be it a corporate web site or small business site, is a complex task. This

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How to Write Great Online Content

Trying to grab the attention of an online audience is no easy task. If content is king, then quick content is its queen. Quick and relevant content make a great website that will keep readers engaged and returning. The ease and speed by which you display this content is especially important as technology continues to

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Google Announces Algorithm Change

Late last week, Google announced it had made a major change to its algorithm so as to improve the rankings of high-quality web sites in its search results. This change was made in an effort to also reduce the visibility of low-quality sites. Although Google did not say so directly, the change might appear to

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Rich Snippets

The semantic Web is getting more and more attention, partially because of Google, which is using rich snippets to identify related information and position it consequently on the SERPs. Accurate use of rich snippets improves websites’ visibility in a search engine. This week Google is introducing a recipe search engine which will wildly use rich

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Bing’s Yusuf Mehdi Sounds Off About Google’s Accusations

In recent days, Google accused Bing of copying its search results, which has set off yet another Microsoft versus Google debate. Bing executive Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft’s Online Services Division, blogged about the accusation, remarking that, “We do not copy results from any of our competitors. Period. Full stop.” In the same

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Google launches algorithm change

Matt Cutts, a Google software engineer and head of Google’s Webspam team, recently gave an update in his blog on his search engine spam post. A recent post of his stated that “we’re evaluating multiple changes that should help drive spam levels even lower, including one change that primarily affects sites that copy others’ content

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Google War on Spam

Google has, and continues, to take a proactive approach toward spam. According to a post on Google’s official blog on Friday by Matt Cutts, Google’s search quality is presently “better than it has ever been in terms of relevance, freshness and comprehensiveness.” Cutts also reminded users of the following principles which apply to Google search

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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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