Posted: 03.07.2013
Tags: Google, Web Marketing, SEO
Google continually makes changes to its algorithm, and after each change, there are winners and losers. One of the most controversial changes Google has made in recent years is penalising websites for excessive linking. If links don’t come from relevant or worthwhile sources or don't add value to a user's experience, a website is penalised in the search engine rankings (SERPs). This change has caused many websites that utilised link building as part of their search engine optimisation strategy (SEO) to drop in the rankings, often quite dramatically. Many people thought this was unfair, because while some websites had used excessive link building as part of their SEO strategy, not all had, and some people had no control as to the number of links coming into their website from dubious sources.
Posted: 08.04.2011
Tags: SEO, Ecommerce web design
Web design and development is important for any individual or business who desires to have a presence on the internet..[...]
Posted: 08.04.2011
Tags: SEO, Search engin optimisation, Ecommerce Shopping Carts
SEO, or search engine optimisation, is a tool that website owners can use to improve their online visibility...[...]
Posted: 02.05.2011
Tags: Website promotion, Web mnarketing, search engine marketing
Your new website might have won a web design award, but that means nothing if no one ever finds it. People won't just land on your pages like magic...[...]
Posted: 05.05.2011
Tags: Getting backlinks, how to get a back link, How to start gettng back links
One of the most important factors that search engines consider when calculating the importance of your website is the number of back links you have...[...]