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PageRank: Is It Still Important?

Author: Tina Courtney-Brown  Since the advent of search engines, businesses have always strived to be top dog. From a PageRank perspective, this meant scoring the highest number possible, achieved through the art of link building. As time has progressed, the world of SEO and PageRank have become increasingly complex; so much so, some of the […]

The New Google Adwords Guide

Author: David Winter Year 2007 and let’s face it, lot’s of information about Adwords and PPC marketing is out dated. Google has made so many changes to it’s Adwords system that all the guides are worthless now.

Google SEO Link Building for Higher Search Engine Ranking

Author: Leroy Chan You may have asked the question, “How can I improve my site’s ranking in Google?” Well, here is the answer from the Google Webmaster Help Center: “In general, webmasters can improve the rank of their sites by increasing the number of high-quality sites that link to their pages.” By using a systematic […]

Google PR and Duplicate Content – What You Need to Know

Author: Joshua Spaulding The constant struggle to obtain and maintain a high toolbar pagerank with Google is many times done for no reason. The first thing that must be realized is that the PR shown on your toolbar for a particular site is not frequently updated. Not only that but it is not imperative to […]

The Google Sandbox Explained

Author: Alan Cole The Google Sandbox is a metaphorical term to explain why most new websites have very poor rankings in Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPS). Very few people know for sure if the ‘sandbox’ actually exists, but it seems to be a filter added to the Google algorithms sometime around March 2004.

Google PR and Duplicate Content – What You Need to Know

Author: Joshua Spaulding The constant struggle to obtain and maintain a high toolbar pagerank with Google is many times done for no reason. The first thing that must be realized is that the PR shown on your toolbar for a particular site is not frequently updated. Not only that but it is not imperative to […]

What Is Page Rank?

Author: Kimberly Bodane Page ranks are defined numerically, from 1 through 10 – 10, being the highest. Very few pages have a page rank of 10, and anything above a 6 is considered very good. There are many factors that determine a page’s rank, but the main variable seems to be based on how many […]

My Google Wish List

Author: Sharon Housley There are a number of “wishes” that I have for Google’s future. While I would like number one ranking for all of my important keywords and phrases, but I would be willing to settle for Google acknowledging at least a few of my wishes that will benefit the search community as a […]

The 80/20 Rule for Google Search Engine Optimization

Author: Mark Nenadic The techniques being used by internet experts for search engine optimization are always changing and evolving. This is a necessary due to the ever-shifting considerations and guidelines used by the search engine spiders of the top search engines such as Google, Yahoo!, and MSN. This is especially the case when it comes […]

Index Your New Pages Quickly By Using Google Sitemaps

Author: Parveen Kumar Devatha Google has provided many powerful tools for web masters. Some of them are Google analytics, Google sitemaps, Google alerts, Google trends. Google analytics: Google Analytics tells you everything you want to know about how your visitors found you and how they interact with your site. Google sitemaps: Google sitemaps helps your […]

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