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Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO Recently I’ve seen several interesting conversations about ad blocking, and I wanted to remind people about a great offering called Google Contributor. With Google Contributor, you contribute a certain amount of money each month. That subscription means that you see fewer ads on the web, and you support the sites that you visit with your money. You get to decide how much to contribute (I do $10/month, but for example you can do $2/month if you prefer). The more you contribute, the fewer ads you see. The handwave-y explanation that when you go to a website, your monthly subscription actually bids on your behalf in ad auctions.

100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web By Alisa Miller Experts say that typical search engines like Yahoo! and Google only pick up about 1% of the information available on the Internet. How External Deep Linking and More Content Can Boost Your Rankin Everyone wants a better ranking. Heck, we all know that that nice boost from position 8 to 5, or 2 to 1 for your targeted search term can mean a world of difference in the pageviews and clicks you receive, and that’s probably a metric you’re aggressively tracking. But how can you surpass the competition in your targeted search rankings? External deep linking is something a lot of websites neglect, which can cause you to be at a big disadvantage with your SEO strategy. Websites spend too much time optimizing their home page to rank for their high level keywords, and send all external links to their homepage while neglecting their deeply indexed pages.

Search Engine Facts: Full Historical Timeline One of the most important aspects when starting a website is its SEO strategy, and the way the site is designed and maintained. The less attention that is spent on the search engine optimization, the less visible it will be when the search engines index it. There was a time when people didn’t have search engines to worry about, or rather, to help them in the hunt for their favorite topic or subject. In the beginning, you had to know the exact word to get the results you wanted. Even if you slightly deviated from that word, you would end up not finding what you were looking for. Of course search engines became more and more advanced, and now their speed is unmatched if compared to older incarnations.

Karen Blakeman's Blog Locating images that can be re-used, modified and incorporated into commercial or non-commercial projects is always a hot topic on my search workshops. As soon as we start looking at tools that identify Creative Commons and public domain images the delegates start scribbling. Yes, Google and Bing both have tools that allow you to specify a license when conducting an image search but you still have to double check that the search engine has assigned the correct license to the image. There may be several images on a webpage or blog posting each having a different copyright status and search engines can to get it wrong. Flickr’s search also has an option to filter images by license and there are sites that only have Creative Commons photos, for example Geograph. But the problem is that you may have to trawl through several sites before you find your ideal photo.

Why Duplicate Content Is Good For You There are only two things that matter in SEO: writing great content for your users, and building links into that content. Everything else is a distraction. This advice comes from Dan Crow, the Product Manager for Google Crawl Systems, who speaks regularly at SEO conferences. Forget everything else, he says, just focus on two things: great content and great links. We’ve built our SEO content agency around that philosophy, so we don’t worry about all the details like keyword density, 301 redirects, or even duplicate content.

List of search engines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Pale Moon For a topical guide to this subject, see Outline of search engines. By content/topic General How to Optimize Your Blog for Google Using Google to direct traffic to your blog can quite literally translate into gold. Or at least money with which you could buy gold. This article will show you how to easily optimize your blog for search engines. Let’s be clear on few points before we begin. When search engine optimization (SEO) is done the wrong way: It’s a spammy attempt to manipulate the search-engine traffic.It’s SEO experts selling a guaranteed top-10 placement.

45 Helpful SEO Articles inShare0 It’s not always happens so that creative and extraordinary design of the website is the only thing you should worry about. As you know, SEO considers how search engines work and what people search for.

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