Best SEO Practices, Tips, and Tools For Better Rankings

seo tips techniquesSEO for blogs or websites is one the most procured topic on the web. Not at all surprising I must say, as any information that can really help your website rank better on search engines are always welcomed by the community. In this category, you will find, SEO tools, tips, plugins, and other practical information, that will help you rank better on search engines. They really help, provided you do your part, and that is to take action. These information will serve you no good if you don’t do anything.

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SEO of Tomorrowland

by Jacob Emmy
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We now live in an age where technology and the internet are rapidly being integrated into our daily lives. With the dawn of the “internet of things” and the proliferation of smart watches, tablets, not to mention the ubiquitous smartphone, it seems hard to imagine a time when our devices existed in isolation without the […]

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Why is Responsive Website Design A Big Deal In 2015 and How It Can Boost Your Rankings

by DiTesco
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Google has been rolling out some really stringent updates like Panda and Penguin. This time Google is back with one more update – Mobile Friendly which basically aims to improve site rankings of the websites which are responsive. The algorithm will affect all the websites which have mobile usabililty issues and hence, it is now […]

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Detailed Guide: The Ultimate Off-Page SEO Factors (infographic)

by DiTesco
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Carefully managing the search ranking of your website is the most important step for drawing in abundant web traffic and potential clients to your business. When Google was first founded, its algorithm was based mostly on “link popularity.” After some years, Google started to shake things up a bit by adding multiple off-page SEO factors […]

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Does Your Site Have Mobile Usability Issues? Test It Now..

by DiTesco
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Recently, I mentioned about Google sending out emails to webmasters warning them about “crtical mobile usability errors”. There are a lot of variables here about whether or not you recieved an email from them, those being, if you did, if you did not, if you did – what did you do, and I guess you […]

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The Top 10 Key Elements That Makes A Website Great

by DiTesco
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Have you ever wondered what makes a great website? Most likely, you already found some information out there that tells you that to be a great website, you need quality content. You need things like videos, slide presentations, and even infographics. So, are these all you need to pass the test of having quality content? […]

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SEO Powersuite: What Changed and Why Is It One Of My Favorite SEO Tools

by DiTesco
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SEO or search engine optimization has changed so much in the past years that unless you are keeping track of every single change, most likely you are still caught somewhere between Panda´s and Penguin refresh or updates. What used to work before, no longer works today and in some cases, even wors. Tactics that used […]

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SEMrush: Advanced Keyword and Competitive Research Tool

by DiTesco
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Just like anything else, doing SEO requires not only knowledge of the best practices and techniques, but also effort and hard work. Yes, effort and hard work is a “standard” requirement with just about anything you do online to succeed. One of the things you need to have, when providing SEO services, or doing it […]

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10 Great Alternatives to the Google Keyword Research Tool

by DiTesco
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Keyword research is an important piece of the puzzle for anyone who conducts business online. Once an online business has decided on a target market and figured out who its main audience is, it needs to focus on getting targeted people onto its website. That’s when keyword research becomes crucial. Keywords, also known as search […]

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The Terrific 10: Jumpstart your Ecommerce SEO by Optimizing these 10 Elements

by Rohan Ayyar
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Gone are the days when link farms built hundreds of useless links to websites in a bid to help them rank better. With every new update in their search engine algorithm, Google tries to make life easier for THEIR customers – the people searching for information on Google. The only way to rank better on […]

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WebMeUp All-in-one Web Based SEO Tool [Review Update]

by DiTesco
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A little over a year ago, I took a look at WebMeUp’s all-in-one SEO software, and at that time concluded that it was a very interesting tool to take a shot at, considering the features and services that it offered. Fast forward one year and the updates and additions are overwhelming. The sheer amount of […]

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Google: The Evolution of SERPs [infographic]

by DiTesco
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SEO experts used to think in order to work with Google, all they needed was to think about keyword density, but all that has changed, thanks to some fancy algorithm changes like Panda in 2011, followed by Penguin in 2013. In fact, since its inception, Google has adjusted its inner workings dramatically, evolving into a […]

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