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Showing posts with label SEO. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SEO. Show all posts

Thursday

56 Tips To Improve Your Website

Foremost priority is to get your website regular quality content updated... Initially you can add twice or thrice a day and after 6-7 months get a post per day. This will add Google authority to your website and finally one most important thing is to get backlinks regularly and from quality sources.


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  • Include relevant content, relevant to your page description and Meta keywords.
  • Instead of changing your URL or redirecting from your old URL to your new URL, follow Google's procedure on URL changes to make sure your new site doesn't get skipped, or just avoid URL changes if you can.
  • Don't post duplicate content on your site, so if you quote another page only include a small excerpt and don't repeat your own content on multiple pages.
  • Avoid flash, even though it looks cool, flash and animated banners and intros annoy visitors and search engine bots don't read them.
  • Submit to quality directories.
  • Make sure your robot.txt files are not blocking destination URLs that you do not want blocked.
  • Choose your Meta keywords wisely and include them in your content.
  • Strive to obtain quality links into your site.
  • If you use icon or image links, include a text link.
  • If you operate an affiliate site, make your site a valuable resource, so people chose your site rather than go straight to your affiliate.
  • Add a site map.
  • Don't use link schemes.
  • Write specific content, so searches can find applicable results. Instead of writing "books," write "medical text books" or "organic cookbooks"; be specific.
  • If you include low quality links on your site, block them from being scanned by Googlebot.
  • Don't break up your content too much, like loads of banner ads and so on in the middle or your text, irritates readers and bots.
  • Write unique and compelling content.
  • Don't forget to include your page descriptions.
  • Don't bury text content in images.
  • Look for un-indexed URLs, URL with more than a few parameters or dynamic links, they may be skipped.
  • Stay up-to-date on SEO, your strategies need to constantly evolve.
  • Deliver what you promise, don't drive readers to inapplicable or irrelevant pages.
  • Carefully consider your titles, make sure to include targeted keywords.
  • Don't forget humor or other devices that attract and keep readers.
  • Add text links with anchor links.
  • Keep links out and in up-to-date.
  • Start a blog or forum if it makes sense on your site.
  • Join BBB or your local Chamber of Commerce or other reputable business associations.
  • Submit articles to respectable and active article sites.
  • Add Alt tags to images for people that disable images.
  • Validate and 508 your site for accessibility.
  • Submit your business description to Wikipedia or other popular information sites.
  • Consider adding maps or mashups.
  • Submit to multiple search engines.
  • Consider marketing some of your subpages or articles that have less competition.
  • Don't forget good old-fashion PR.
  • Start a little controversy.
  • Consider adding an RSS feed.
  • Write "top ten" lists, which are popular with article search sites.
  • Build a good site that others want to link to.
  • Eliminate grammar and spelling errors.
  • Publish a privacy policy.
  • Send out press releases when it makes sense.
  • Avoid hidden text and links.
  • Keep your content up-to-date.
  • Don't employ redirects or "cloaking."
  • Don't create pages with bad content, like viruses, trojans, malware and so on.
  • Steer clear of empty, unoriginal affiliate pages.
  • Make sure every page is assessable through at least on static text link.
  • Use text, instead of images to relate important content.
  • Check for broken links.
  • Don't put too many links on one page, even if it is a resource page, keep it well under 100.
  • Test out your site with a text browser.
  • Be leery of badly placed session IDs and arguments.
  • Employ the IF-Modified-Since HTTP header to let Google know if your content has changed.
  • Don't use "&id=" as a URL parameter, they are not indexed.
  • Avoid deceptive or manipulative techniques
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Tuesday

What exactly is a keyword

If you are an SEO newbie, you may be wondering—what is a keyword?
A keyword is any phrase you would like your site to rank for in Google's search results. A keyword can be a single word, or a keyword can also be a combination of words. If you are trying to target a single word, lookout! You will have your work cut out for you. Single word keywords are extremely competitive, and difficult to rank highly for in the search results.


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Here are some different kinds of keywords:
Head-term keywords: keywords with one to two words, i.e. classic movies.



Long-tail keywords: keywords with three or more phrases, i.e. classic Akira Kurosawa movies.



Navigational keywords: keywords used to locate a particular brand or website. Examples would be Facebook, YouTube or Gmail.



Informational keywords: keywords used to discover on a particular topic. This includes keywords beginning with “how to…” or “what are the best...”



Transactional keywords: keywords entered into Google by customers wanting to complete a commercial action, i.e. buy jackets online.


 In most cases, targeting head-term or navigational keywords for other brands is competitive and not worth the time or effort. Despite their high traffic numbers, they will generally not lead to any sales. On the other hand, long-tail, informational and transactional keywords are good keywords for most SEO projects. They will lead to more customers.
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Saturday

Best WordPress SEO Plugins and Tools

SEO is an abbreviation of search engine optimization which has served as a profitable skill for our internet marketers in our society today. SEO is not basically ment for WordPress alone but this task can also be perform on other platforms like blogger, Joomla, Wapka and many more but all this platform has it separate style of performing SEO aside submission to search engines like Google and bing which are the top guys in time of search engine.

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WordPress SEO is more stronger than blogger reasons are because of it premium plugin which most webmasters or blogger prefer WordPress because of the encouraging traffic and SEO and always remember that without seo traffic is going to be zero p you need more work on seo.

And you need  to submit your site to Google search console for proper submitting and indexing with some high directories too












SEOquake
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SEOquake is a SEO tool available as browser addon for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Safari web browsers. It provides SEO related information for any website. These information parameters include page rank, age, last updated, alexa rank, and many other parameters. It is one of the most downloaded browser addon by SEO professionals.





WordPress SEO by Yoast
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This the best and most downloaded WordPress plugin in the world. Yoast WordPress SEO is a fast and instant solution for all your on-site SEO problems

You can add SEO title, meta description, and meta keywords to each post and page of your site. Also write custom title for your main site, archives, category and tag pages. It also adds Open Graph meta data, Twitter Cards, Sitemaps and ping search engines whenever you update your site.




Google Keyword Planner
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The Google Keyword Planner is a very strong and heavy tool created by Google itself for easy discovery of some great and useful keyword that could rank your website well. Google has the highest and largest insight of what people search for daily so it help Google advertisers to know the specific keyword to go for and how to make it rank well on search result.

It also helps most people especially bloggers or webmasters to rank their blog and website well.






Broken Link Checker
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Broken Links are error links that doesn't have a destination which could result to removal of site from Google search, lost of visitors,






KeywordTool.io
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KeywordTool.io is an advanced Keyword Tool that gives your easy and free keyword research access. It allows you to simply generate keyword ideas by typing in a keyword. These keyword suggestions are gathered from Google’s auto suggest feature.

KeywordTool.io is amazingly fast, and most importantly it is completely free for anyone to use. You can use it to optimize content on your WordPress site. It also allows you to get keyword suggestions from YouTube, Bing, and App Store as well.



LinkPatrol
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This feature allow you to monitor all the outgoing links on your site, find out which links are giving away link juice, and more.

LinkPatrol is a premium WordPress plugin which allows you to control all the links on your website.

It provides a quicker and efficient way to clean up all your anchor text, spammy links, and link juice problems with a very intuitive and super fast user interface.





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Friday

Link Building Strategies 2017

The only way to build links is to create awesome content, but the benchmark for ' awesome content' gets higher every year. This year, the way people make their content stand out enough to earn links will be to integrate formatting and design directly into the content.
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For instance, we committed enough resources and time to this piece for a client. If you don't have the resources to develop something like that, small developments to the format is sometimes all it takes.







Link strategies to be focused in 2017 are as follows:

1. Market your content
2. Improve page speed
3. Focus on mobile & AMP
4. Leverage the power of videos
5. Be social and engage with others



Best On-page SEO Activities for 2017

Onpage
1. Optimized and unique meta title and description tags

2. Descriptive and original content (more than 2000 words is preferred)


* Page titles, description and formatting
* URL Structure
* Internal linking
* Speed and authorship








Best Off-Page SEO Activities for 2017

Off page:
1. Content marketing is one of the most popular and effective ways to generate backlinks. You can either guest blog or submit to magazine sites. Do ensure that the sites you are submitting to are relevant and have authority.


* Social Bookmarking
* Directory and Search Engine Submission
* Guest Post on Other Blog Site
* Forum Posting and Commenting
* Image and Photo Sharing
* Video Submission
* Question Answers
* Classified Submission
* Profile Creation
* Blog Commenting in Niche
* RSS Feed Submission
* Press Release Submission
* Document Sharing
* Infographic Submission
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What Is The Meaning Link Juice

There are two types of links: Internal & External. Link Juice points to the importance or weight-age of the Link. The Quality & Volume of links are the significant factors for the search engine factor. It also refers to power or equity passed to a site via links.


Link juice is a term popular in the SEO industry. It is basically the power of a link to another page. Link juice flows through inbound links. It is referred to the authority, value, or relevance that a specific link imparts to another page it is linking to.

Link Juice is the amount of positive ranking factor that a link passes from one page to the next.
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Monday

7 Easy SEO Tips to Promote Your Blog to the Top


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Any blogger understands that it is very necessary to keep their blog at the top of searches. One of the effective ways to increase blog traffic is the filling it with new interesting and thoughtful articles. To make these articles really effective – use SEO articles. Let’s find some useful tips and rules to promote your blog to the top and, what is more important, keep it there.

Write a lot and every day
As it was mentioned above you need to find and use useful texts that can remain relevant for a long time. You need to use the texts with themes which won’t be interesting to read only once and during the short period of time. Create your content filling it with articles and essays which will be interesting for readers even in ten years. You can write those articles by yourself if you are sure that you’ll do it periodically, it must be as often as possible. If you’re not sure that you can write interesting content by yourself, then you’ll better buy essay with affordable prices on the internet.

Be on-line
Update your content regularly. People who read your blog need to feel your constant presence in filling of the personal website with amusing or scientific information (it depends on the main goal and theme of the blog). It must stay “fresh” and relevant all the time. As an example of such constantly updating website, you can take the http://mashable.com/ or any other examples. Do not afraid to use different photos and videos!

Create a clear structure
Create the clear structure of your website. Each section of the blog must have heading and subheadings which will help your followers to find necessary information faster. Those headings also will help to understand the main idea of the content at the first sight. Descriptions of sections of the blog also will be very useful. Create SEO tags which are popular in different searches and they will surely help to readers find your blog easier.

Use SEO
Use keywords and phrases in your articles for content filling. It is very important to use right keys and to choose proper text anchors in the SEO texts. There are many ways how to improve SEO and you can easily find them on the internet. I advise you to look them through and use them while writing or choosing the proper content to your blog. SEO tools will be very effective in promoting it.

Make links
One of the ways of increasing the popularity of your blog is making it worth of trust for followers. You can achieve it by making links to relevant reputable websites. Of course the most popular are links to Wikipedia where one can find any necessary information, but there are a lot of other popular websites and blogs with different topics, for example world news, which can be the good foundation for your blog. One can post comments on relevant blogs and in this way, connect them. And, of course, create Comments Widget to give to your followers to have the conversation with you and each other and to ask questions about your blog.

Collaborate with searching services
Submit your blog to search engines and directories. Be sure that it will increase chances to find new readers for your blog. Do not forget that the more popular the search engine among Internet users, the more people use search engines, and more traffic will come with it. The most popular searching engines for October 2016 are: 1. Google; 2. Bing; 3. Yahoo! Search.

Use social networks
Nowadays one of the best marketing strategies is the using of social media. Create accounts on such websites like Facebook, Twitter and others. It will enable your readers to share information from your blog in their personal accounts. It will be the best way to tell about your blog.
Usage of these simple tips will promote your blog to the top and surely will provide it with a great number of followers. Good luck to you!

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Sunday

Three Most Common SEO Mistakes

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Sara has a degree in Mass Communication from the Sheffield College, Sheffield, and she works for Dissertation Writing Service as an expert dissertation editor providing dissertation help to many students around the clock. She loves working with students and finds great pleasure to be associated with a platform which provides great support and enrichment to students that are in the toughest phase of education.







SEO or Search Engine Optimization is a marketing strategy which focuses on increasing visibility of your webpage on search engines like Google and Bing. The main aim is to keep everything organic i.e. Non-paid, however, that depends on your motive and long-term plans. With the sudden boom in online businesses, almost every other bloke knows what SEO is but sadly (and fortunately, for the sake of less-competition!) not everyone knows the little tips, and that has been keeping their websites at the back of search results.

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You might be thinking, “I’ve done every possible thing, followed textbook-SEO, yet my website refuses to one-up others in rankings.” Well, that’s because you might be missing on some crucial points. Now, your case might be different and you may not necessarily be able to relate to them, but here are the three most common mistakes people new to SEO end up doing:







  • Sticking With Generic Keywords

Yes, you may have heard that generic keywords like, “weight loss,” “Web designing,” etc. attract a lot of visitors, but it also implies that they are highly competitive. Why not optimize your keywords and make them more specific to the nature of your business? Don’t get carried away though, you still have to stick with keywords that people actually search for, like “Web designers in UK,” “Essay writing service in USA,” etc.






  • Cramming in Keywords

This is a classic novice mistake. Even some self-proclaimed SEO “experts” end up doing it. When you hear the term SEO, the first of the many things that may pop up in your mind include “keywords,” “word count,” etc. SEO is so much more than that. You can’t cram in keywords and expect results – That would be too easy, and everyone would be doing it.
The trick is to naturally write up content for your webpage, while using keywords here and there. The ratio should be kept and the content should be relevant to the nature of your business. If you cram in keywords, you are bound to get a penalty from Google and have your webpage thrown at the bottom of the pit.







  • Choosing Between Organic and Inorganic

This may seem elementary, but it is highly important to highlight the actual difference between organic SEO and inorganic or paid SEO to beginners. Organic SEO is naturally climbing up the ladder of search results with intelligent keywords’ placement, back-links and what not. While inorganic/paid SEO, as the name suggests, is paying to get an instant boost up that ladder. While inorganic SEO gives instantaneous results, organic SEO takes time and a lot of hard-work, which is why, inorganic SEO lasts for a limited amount of time. The webpage brought up with the help of inorganic SEO gets thrown back to the search results after some time. Organic SEO, on the other hand, keeps things stagnant for a much longer period, however, work needs to be done continuously to keep your webpage on the top position.
Naturally, the organic SEO seems like a better option, and in most cases, is. But this opinion is a tad bit subjective. Choosing between both SEO “paths” depends on your plans. If you want to do a short-term business and require instant revenue and results, the inorganic SEO can help you with just that. Whereas if you are looking for a long-term business and plan on sticking around for a while, organic SEO is your best friend. So, if your plan is to get a good amount of traffic instantly, instead of focusing on backlinks, spend a few bucks.



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Monday

5 Search Engine Optimization tips for Bloggers

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 Abubakar Umar is a Young Accountant and certified tech blogger.

Blog: www.wikiban.com 
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SEO, as you might have already know, is an acronym for search engine optimization. In the simplest of words, it's the way search engines like Google.com, Yahoo.com, Bing.com and others present your page in users' search results on their sites.’



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Cool, how do they that?

Well, they do that via sophisticated software tools, called spiders. Consider the whole internet as an empty room, with air particles as websites. Now sneak a spider into that room. Each tiny step that this spider would take now is essentially crawling a website (as the room is dark and full of websites). This is how search engines crawl through the web picking up site after site, studying them and ranking them. This ranking is important, really important. A higher ranked website by Google will always be on the first page of Google's search results for a related query compared to a lower ranked one.





So, in order to get ranked higher, you and I need SEO. SEO is like black pepper without which fried egg might not taste 'that' tastier. In simple words, in order for search engines to find your site and rank it higher than others in your field, you need to optimize it. Let's see how with these 5 simple tips.






Ways to SEO Optimize your Blog

1. Create SEO Friendly Blog Post Titles
Post titles are important for SEO. They really are since they are deal makers or breakers. Whenever you write something, make sure you give proper attention to the post's title. Make your titles simple, intriguing, descriptive and gullible so that people may know what is this all about and what to expect. An even better approach is to wear searchers shoes while giving a title and think how would you Google it if you were looking for content like this.




2. Improve the quality of your content
If you think 'content' isn't important for SEO, think again! Your content is the most important part of your site. While writing, don't copy-paste from elsewhere, don't stuff it with keywords alone, don't bombard it with images and multimedia files and don't write any lesser than 300 words. These all would affect your ratings quite poorly.




3. Keywords are keys
Keywords are terms that others may use to search for your content. While keywords are important for SEO, don't go on and stuff your site with keywords. This would make your content appear like a spam to spiders, who would neglect it henceforth.





4. Meta-tags are important, but not 'that' much
If we had been living in early part of 21st century, meta tags might have done all the SEO for your site. Unluckily, we aren't. Google and other search engines have long left using meta-tags for finding site information. Hence, if someone tells you meta-tagging is all you need for your sites SEO, tell them it isn't.





5. Write Often
Sites with new content every day like wizytechs.com, or twice thrice a week have still far better ratings than those who post every fortnight. A better incoming content frequency makes spider come to your site regularly, resulting in better ratings and enhanced SEO.
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Friday

How to Get Traffic And More Audience For Your Site

There are many ways to get traffic but it all depends on what you are trying to attain. I will not repeat the advice given by others as that is what you MUST follow in order to get free Google SEO traffic.

However, if your website is trying to sell a product or CPA, you might benefit from running paid traffic tests. I like to use porn traffic popunders on products I develop. This allows me to test different layouts, prices, how the price is displayed, call to action buttons, and all sorts of WSO that I would not dream of doing with expensive traffic. Of course the traffic quality is extremely poor, but for some niches, you can still actually turn 1$ into 2$ as the end of the day, but more importantly, find the best conversion plan.

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If this is not a good fit for your type of website, definitely follow the SEO guidelines and remember that content is key. You need to have a steady stream of content being added, preferably daily. Other than that, you can always try more mainstraim paid traffic options, such as adsense, which can be costly but very profitable and can be used on a larger scale as well. Most marketers look past paid traffic and only aim for the free traffic everyone is after, but in my mind, the point of being in business is to end my day with more sales rather than less, and often, using google for the marketing tool that it is with paid traffic, ends up being the best route to take.


A nofollow link is one that has had the rel=”nofollow” attribute applied to it, which instructs Google to not use that link when calculating the trust and authority of the page being linked to.Dofollow links, which have no attribute applied to them, and are used by Google in their ranking algorithm, are more valuable than nofollow links, however, a link profile with few nofollow links looks unnatural.You can see a near complete list of who is linking to your website from within your Google Webmaster Tools account.

Login, go to ’Traffic’ and then ‘Links’.


Backlinks affect search engine rankings more than anything else. The number and quality of them pointing towards your site will largely determine in what position your site ranks in the search results.You need to actively go out and seek backlinks. Your site will acquire some naturally, but if you need to catch up with more established competitors, and you want to rank highly, you need to be pro-active.



Just keep this list somewhere safe and follow them one after the other.

  • Focus on long-tail keywords
  • Start a forum on your website
  • Start a Facebook group that drives traffic to your site
  • Submit your blog posts to StumbleUpon
  • Promote your blog posts to your email list
  • Answer a HARO query
  • Work on your headlines
  • Join a blogging community like ProBlogger or CopyBlogger
  • Include links to other relevant posts on your blog
  • Guest post on relevant blogs
  • Become a columnist or contributor on a well-known website
  • Optimize your existing posts
  • Demote irrelevant Google sitelinks
  • Arrange an advertising swap
  • Post more frequently
  • Submit your posts to Reddit
  • Mention influencers in your tweets
  • Focus your energy on strategies that are working
  • Build connections with others in your niche
  • Make sure you have every relevant keyword you can think of on your site
  • Create a top 10 website post
  • Make the most of Facebook links
  • Get on YouTube
  • Add text to your blog post images
  • Become a member of industry Facebook and LinkedIn groups
  • Connect with bloggers who are already sending you traffic
  • Ask a well-known blogger to guest post on your site
  • Respond to blog comments
  • Add your blog to All top websites
  • Answer Questions
  • Write a Response Post
  • Contact influential bloggers
  • Make proper use of categories
  • Write landmark posts
  • Comment on industry blogs
  • Interview influencers in your niche
  • Share your blog posts regularly on Facebook
  • hare your posts on Twitter 
  • Add your blog to Technorati





CONCLUSION
Optimize your website architecture and content so that google can crawl it easily, also your social media presence so that you can also get social media traffic.
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Sunday

How To Judge The Quality Of A Web Directory Site

To be honest we don't have directories around.
But when I decide if i want to list a website i make sure directory is indexed in google (sometimes I actually google "submit to directory" or "web directory" so if they rank so they should be safe).


Secondly, I check who's listed in the directory... I only submit to the directories which list authority and well known websites listed and I avoid directories who virtually accept anybody for a payment or have lots of broken links.




You should evaluate a web directory as you would any other web site. When evaluating any other web site, you might first try to determine what it's purpose is, then make an assessment as to how well it serves that purpose.



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With a web directory, the first part of that is pretty easy. A web directory is supposed to direct someone to something useful on the Internet. Of course, we also use web directories for their SEO value. But, to the extent that Google's algorithms make sense (and they don't always), a web directory that has sufficient content to be useful to a directory user, and which is organized well enough that someone might be able to find that content with ease, should do well in the SERPs.

That is not always the case, as relatively good directories are sometimes penalized, while some pretty horrid ones enjoy high PageRank from Google, but the fault there lies with Google. Often that gets straightened out in time; not always, but there's not much you or I can do about that.

Are there a large number of useful links in the directory? Is the directory structure sensible? Is it unique in some way, or is it simply another DMOZ clone? Think of a few topics at random, and check to see if the directory includes useful sites relating to these topics.

Does it include other features that might make it useful? In recent years, some of the better directories have begun adding other features, providing content other than categories and outgoing links.

Frankly, I wouldn't pay a lot of attention to Google PageRank as Google itself has deprecated its PageRank, and seldom updates it anymore. On the other hand, I would want to notice if it has no PageRank at all, if none of its internal pages have PageRank, or if it doesn't show up in Google's index, since these things might indicate a recent penalty imposed by the search engine gods.

Alexa Traffic Rank is a joke. There are several sites available for sole purpose of gaming Alexa's Traffic Rank, and they are quite effective. To test that, I put some garbage on an unused domain that I had lying around, paid one of these Alexa scam sites $30 a week for two weeks and brought this site, which wasn't linked anywhere, and had no actual traffic, from not even being in Alexa's index to a point lower than 200,000. Once you approach 100,000, it gets more difficult and I didn't want to invest any more money in it, since it was just a curiosity on my part, so I dropped it at that point. My point is that two trained monkeys clicking on the refresh key of a browser with the Alexa Toolbar installed can earn a reputable Alexa Traffic Rank score.






The Moz number, supposedly, are a bit more reliable. It can take a long time for a new site to rank in Moz scores but a web directory that has been around for a while should have a reasonable score. I think the Majestic score is also worth looking at, as far as SEO metrics go.

Mostly though, I would suggest evaluating a directory for what it is. What is its purpose, and how well does it serve that purpose?

For the past couple of years, I have been reviewing 20 web directories each quarter, and I am always looking for ideas on how I might be able to do that better. I am pretty stuck on the idea that I want to look at each directory from a user perspective though, rather than from that of a site submitter. As I stated earlier, it is my opinion that, where the search engine algorithms are working properly, a directory that does well from a user perspective should also do well in the search engines. Usually, this seems to be the case but, over the past couple of years, I have seen a couple of my top ten directories dinged by Google, and I have found several simply horrid directories with PageRanks of six and seven. Is this a fault of my review criteria, is it a fault in the search algorithms, or is Google targeting even the better web directories? I'm not sure, but I am always looking for suggestions on how I might better review them.


I believe that web directories have served a purpose in the past, and that there is a place for them in the future. Like pretty much everything else in life, they may need to adapt to changing situations, however.




You can do some home work such as checking the directory's



1. content quality
2. google serp ranking
3. alexa, moz or compete rankings
4. backlinks
5. dmoz presence


And finally the price for listing.
for example: digitalpoint forum also has a directory which has a good ranking in search engines even though it's bit expensive but worth investing.







Can Directories generate cash in the idea of e-commerce?





If you have the answer to this, just drop it below thanks


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Thursday

30 Free Search Engine Submission Sites List 2016

Submitting your blog or website to search engine is 20% of what you need to do on a daily basis to increase your blog or website authorities and also traffic without any cost of problem.
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We have thousands of search engines but Google has been the best of all and with other advantages.

A search engine is really a general class of programs, however, the term is often used to specifically describe systems like Google, Bing and Yahoo! Search that enable users to search for documents on the World Wide Web.

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The search engine has been programmed in such a that whatever phrase you search for on any search engine you will find a good answer to it and most time the results are refer to as search engine results pages (SERPs).




Best search engines you need to start with are listed below

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Google https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url



Bing
http://www.bing.com/toolbox/submit-site-url




Yandex http://webmaster.yandex.com/addurl.xml



Baidu http://zhanzhang.baidu.com/sitesubmit/index


Yahoo! Search https://search.yahoo.com/info/submit.html


DMoz
http://www.dmoz.org/






30 Free Search Engine Submission Sites List 2016




  • http://www.blackabsolute.com/submit.php
  • http://www.9sites.net/addurl.php
  • http://www.rdirectory.net/submit.php
  • http://www.nexusdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.sitelistings.net/submit.php
  • http://www.amfibi.com/addurl/
  • http://www.priordirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.ezistreet.com/submit/
  • http://www.businessseek.biz/page.php?page=submission-policy
  • http://www.onemilliondirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.illumirate.com/
  • http://www.synergy-directory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.gigablast.com/addurl
  • http://www.gainweb.org/submit.php
  • http://www.directoryfire.com/submit.php
  • http://www.triplewdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://polypat.org/submit.php
  • http://www.towersearch.com/addurl.php
  • http://www.splatsearch.com/submit.html
  • http://addurl.amfibi.com/
  • http://www.ghetosearch.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.feedplex.com/add-url.php
  • http://www.claymont.com/asublegacy.asp
  • http://www.boitho.com/addyourlink.htm.en
  • http://www.submissionwebdirectory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.synergy-directory.com/submit.php
  • http://www.onlinesociety.org/submit.php
  • http://www.gainweb.org/submit.php
  • http://www.intelseek.com/add_url_form.asp
  • http://www.obln.org/submit.php
  • http://www.priordirectory.com/submit.php




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Off Page SEO Tips [2016]

Search engine optimization [SEO] is one of the major issues must webmaster in the world today are finding difficult to understand, the SEO settings is not a day work, all you need is time and focus.
SEO has traditionally divided into two main areas

On-page SEO : Which covers what can be done on the pages of the website itself, and

Off-page SEO  : Which covers activity that takes place elsewhere.

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Getting the optimization of your Website content (On Page Optimization) is only half the battle. Off Page Optimization is also equally important for your website to rank higher in search results.

Some of the factors considered by the major search engines in evaluating the off-page optimization of your web site include :


  • Social sites submission.
  • RSS feed submission.
  • Press release and News submission.
  • Blog Commenting on ‘DoFollow’ Sites
  • Try to get Backlinks from sites that are relevant to your content.
  • Directory Submission
  • Business Reviews
  • Local Listings & Yellow Pages
  • Widget / Gadget Development

There some thing new to add in your list.After google penguin/ panda algorithm change some of the off page stratergies works slowly and that's why i designed my own seo blueprint to rank all of the websites to rank #1 spot permanently.

May be try trying daily updating web 2.0 sites poitng backlinks to yor site + competetitors sie (It's not joke) and getting mixed link juice of wiki, forum, scarpbox, links to these web 2.0 blog posts getting higher ranking chances for the money site.And get some high PR domain profile web 2.0 backlinks to your main site also helps great!

You Could include video sharing sites, document sharing sites, wiki's, edu and gov sites to get backlinks andf boost your site ranking with out fearing any google penalty.

Use differnet usernames and keywords for each backlinks your are going to create.

Create backlinks slowly, Dont create more thn 2000 links in one day and stop link building.

Always remember to have links only on sites that are related to your niche. Links on off topic sites can get you into trouble.
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