SEO seems relatively easy at first, but danger lurks around every corner. One false step–one SEO mistake–and all of your SEO work vanishes into a de-indexing or the dreaded Google sandbox. Early Christians defined the Seven Deadly Sins that one should not commit lest they burn in the fiery pits of hell. In this article, we’ll explore the Seven Deadly Sins of Search Engine Optimization.
SEO is a lot like golf. It appears easy at first, until you start to play the game.
One of the premier tools used in Keyword Research is Wordtracker. Thus, we should all assume that Wordtracker performs impeccably and finds us the right keywords every time. Or should we? In this article, we will ask the question: Is Wordtracker Accurate?
For a decade now, those intent on making high dollars with AdSense have sought to monopolize high paying keywords such as Mesothelioma. With the advent of AdSense’s new Interest-Based Advertising, it is reasonable to ask the question: Are high paying keywords a thing of the past? Is this, finally, the end of Mesothelioma?
Do you know what most bloggers and web designers do with their WordPress Category pages? If you answered nothing, you are correct. And by doing nothing, they are missing out on lots of potential traffic.
A relatively new concept called Latent Semantic Indexing will change the way that SEO is performed. If you stick with your “older” methods of choosing keywords and creating inbound links, you may find your pages slowly disappearing from the google index.
To optimize inbound link building, you need the SEO ROI Internal Link Building plugin. It will significantly ease your inbound link building procedures and bring more visitors to your web site.
If you are into SEO, you have come across Wordtracker and the Google Keyword Tool. In this article, I’ll examine which is better for keyword research: Wordtracker or the Google Keyword Tool.
We create our blogs to share information and we want that information to look good AND to be read. For those of you who have had to choose a Wordpress Theme, you know how difficult it can be. The choices are endless. How can you decide?
The SEO value of well-used Heading Tags cannot be understated. And, the fact is, most people do not employ heading tags to their advantage, especially in blogs.
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