Website architecture: best practices for SEO Christina Ageli is a SEO specialist working for travelplanet24.com, one of the top OTA in SE Europe, and tripsta.net international websites. Her activities among others include on page optimization, link building strategies planning and implementation and conversion optimization. As SEOs, we mostly spend our daily tasks for link building and reports. GUI elements Open topic with navigation Reference: GUIs GUI elements
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Social SEO: The importance of social signals for your SEO – Part 1 There are more than 200 ranking factors that affect –directly or indirectly- your rankings on search engines. Epigrammatically, some of these factors are the keywords in URLs, the title tags, the heading tags (the keywords that are included within the <h1><h2>etc.), the quality of the content (in other words, the fresh quality content within a website), the anchor text, the keyword density, the overoptimization, the level of keyword stuffing, (if you have) duplicate content, the quality of backlinks, the time spent on a website, the website architecture, are just some the 200 factors, or more that have an effect on your site’s rankings. All these factors ideally combined together can bring you optimal results. How do social signals work?
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15 Web Design Trends to Watch Out For in 2012 So far the year 2011 has brought upon some amazing changes in design and Internet technology. Web development has become a much smoother subject to jump into learning, not to mention the countless open source libraries useful in streamlining the process. And yet it seems the global design community is far from throwing in the towel. I want to introduce 15 ideas which have grown very rapidly over the past year. These trends encompass web and graphics design techniques which will likely play a big role moving into 2012. You have probably seen a few of these represented throughout many of your favorite sites online.
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