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Bing Publishes New Webmaster Guidelines – Focus on Content, Links & Social

December 21, 2012 Mumtaz Ali 1

Bing published the first set of its Webmaster Guidelines in November, 2012. They provide a general overview of search engine best practice and cover different topics aimed at helping you know what it takes for your site and the content therein get indexed by Bing. The new guidelines focus on content. You’€™re encouraged to publish […]

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Google Releases Penguin Update 3

December 6, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 4

Google, on October 5, 2012 through a Tweet by Matt Cutts, announced the release of Google Penguin 3. The latest Google Penguin Update will ‘€œnoticeably affect’€ 0.3% of English-language queries. This follows Penguin 1 which was released on April 24, 2012, and which impacted 3.1% of English-language queries and Penguin 2, which was released on […]

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Tips for Effective Online Marketing

November 30, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 0

We’ve come across many businesses that have spent thousands of dollars on online marketing and did not get the desired results. If you’€™re doing it in-house here are several tips for a successful campaign. Define the online marketing strategy. The strategy could borrow from strategies that have been tried and tested, but it should be […]

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Google Disavow Links Tool to Remove Unnatural Links

November 26, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 1

Google recently released the Disavow Links Tool. The new Google Disavow Links Tool is aimed at helping you identify low quality back links. This tool can be used to request Google not to take these links into consideration when determining your PR (Page Rank) and keyword rankings. The tool is important because irrelevant links and […]

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Google Panda 20 Update affects 2.4% of English Search Queries

November 22, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 1

Google released the 20th Google Panda Update on the 27th September, 2012. The latest update from Google, christened Panda 20, will impact 2.4% of English search queries. Only 0.5% of non-English queries will be impacted by the update. So why am I blogging about it today?   Because I just learnt today that the series […]

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What is Google EMD Update?

November 22, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 3

Google recently announced the EMD update. EMD stands for Exact Match Domains. The exact match domains update is a new filter aimed at ensuring that low-quality websites do not attain a high Page Rank (PR) and rise high in Google’€™s SERPs (search engine results pages) just because such websites have the relevant search term in […]

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SEO Your Joomla!

November 21, 2012 Tarun Pahwa 2

Now that you have chosen Joomla! as your choice of CMS, you need to keep in mind that Joomla! is not as search engine friendly than you thought. A Joomla! website does not generate search-engine friendly URLs, but instead create distorted URLs. You need to follow a few steps in order to get your Joomla! […]

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Does SEO Make Sense If You Have To Wait 6 Months To See Results?

November 8, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 0

Businesses and corporations need constant innovation to get ahead in today’s competitive world. Thankfully, Search Engine Optimization (or SEO) provides the bleeding edge that pushes those who use it above the competition. Most consumers use the internet to peruse products and services, considering purchases or consultations. Once your website starts appearing higher up in search […]

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How To: Improve Website Load Times for Better Rankings & Lower Bounce Rates

November 7, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 0

A common trouble most SEO companies face while optimizing sites is the slow speed at which the site pages load. This is detrimental in two ways ‘€“ it not only drives visitors away, but also has a negative effect on your Google rankings. These simple tips from us to reduce your website load time will […]

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Google Engage Will Help Grow Your Business

September 26, 2012 Sarvesh Bagla 0

While SEO services have been in business for some time now, just like PPC and SMO services; the inability to manage PPC packages and services properly may cost a company its business. Since the PPC business works on a “pay-per-click” model, the need of proper PPC management is essentially increased. The target is to achieve […]

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