SEO

The statement “Backlinks no longer work” has been floating in the air for quite some time now, most probably because of Google’s Penguin Update in 2012. Nevertheless, even if Google have become more vigilant in tracking bad and spammy links, they still place great value in authentic, high-quality backlinks. Most […]

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Ever since its inception in 2003, WordPress has made great strides and currently powers more than 74 million websites including CNN, Mashable, New York Times, and Samsung, to name just a few. As a website owner, your foremost objective is to boost the speed of your website in order to […]

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Local searches are essential for many online businesses to thrive. Rather than focusing on a large and generic international audience from the get go, many online startups have to focus on a local customer base to find their footing. Local searches are now an integral part of Google search results. […]

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Remember the days when SEO used to be so easy? All you had to do was get some directory links, some forum links, write a few guest blogs (the low hanging fruit) and then Poof! – You’re on the first page of Google. And then Panda and Penguin came along […]

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SEO is a fantastic tool for any webmaster hoping to make some money, and the most beautiful part of it, is the simple fact that it needn’t cost you anything. This means that even the smallest start up or loneliest entrepreneur can compete with the big guns and get their […]

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Google is continuously looking for new ways to protect hard-working authors who provide informative, valuable and relevant content to their audience, and “punish” bloggers and webmasters who use improper SEO techniques by manipulating keyword density in their text, buying links or spam-commenting on other blogs. For many years, the main […]

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It’s a debate we have been having for a little while, as we often see better SEO results from newer, fresher, simpler and less complicated websites than those are starting to get a little bit outdated. So we decided to see whether we could find anyone else who would back […]

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Being able to get information quickly is becoming the trend for Americans, so it’s no question why quick response (QR) codes have exploded onto the scene. For those who are unfamiliar, these little codes were created in Japan in 1994, and they quickly spread to the U.S. because there are […]

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Another Firefox Add-on List… You Don’t Say? One of the great things about browsers like Firefox and Chrome are their ability to improve and customize your web browsing experience through add-ons and extensions. The only downside to these browser extensions are that there are hundreds of new ones created everyday, […]

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