Category Archives: SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

19 Jan

What’s the Plus in Google Search + Your World?

Google Plus gets personal and adds a twist to how it displays search matches. When you enter a search, Google returns not just a normal listing of web results. It pools together public results and your personal results. The listing becomes a combination of matches based on private or shared content, Google Plus public content, and results from the rest of the web.

Private content refers to content shared with friends and family on Google Plus or what it calls “circles.”

This personalized view is only possible if you’re on Google Plus and signed in.

Personalized results include:

  • Results based on content shared by you and your social connections
  • Results based on your preferences or activities
  • Results based on Google Plus public content

Plain and simple: content in your WORLD appears as matches along with content from outside your WORLD.

What’s Google Plus, BTW?

Google Plus, abbreviated as Google+, is Google’s version of social networking with features similar to those enjoyed by Facebook users.  Share a photo of you with your new bike. Share a video with you wearing a silly party hat.

What’s the Purpose?

Google wants to crack the social networking sphere occupied by Facebook and Twitter. Read More

10 Jan

Google Panda Update: High-Quality Linkbuilding

google panda Google Panda Update: High Quality Linkbuilding

High-Quality Linkbuilding in Google Panda’s World

If you’re doing SEO for quite some time now, then you must be aware of the alarming updates released by Google. To keep it simple and short, links will never be the same again because of Google Panda’s new algorithm which was designed to prioritize more quality search results and eliminate low-quality ones. With this, many popular link networks have been penalized recently.

This is indeed bad news for most link builders out there who are still doing the same old tactics of creating and pointing bulk links to their money sites. Not only that, this can be an undesirable pressure to many site owners who want to ensure that there are no low-quality links on every page of their site.

How Would You Know If A Page Has Low-Quality Content?

It is absolutely important that all site owners and link builders learn how to determine the quality of websites and contents. Here are some of the characteristics of low-quality ones:

1. Full of Affiliate Ads

At some point, you might have already visited websites where all you can see are ads and other “Click me” overlaying banners. Read More