In this presentation, experienced SEO Rand Fishkin shares some unique techniques and ideas that you may incorporate in your SEO strategy.
SEO, short of Search Engine Optimization, is a process that can help improve the ranking of your website in the organic search results of Google and other search engines. Higher ranking means more visitors.
Matt Cutts has unequivocally advised that web publishers drop rel=nofollow when linking to any of their internal pages.
Create a Video Sitemap (XML) and add it to Google Webmaster tools to improve the performance of your site in video search results.
If are looking for SEO tips to improve your Google search ranking, or need answers to common SEO issues, this interview with the Google search quality team should help.
Some language translation plug-ins for WordPress blogs cache translated pages locally and they can harm your site’s ranking in Google search.
Learn about free tools that help you find out how much traffic (or hits) a site is getting on the web. They are good for competitive market research or for spying on your competitor’s site.
You can add infinite number of tags and categories to your blog but the big question is do tags or categories really help in improving SEO?
Steve from The Strauss Groups shares how you can put your product on the first page of Google search results: The answer is video.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tips for small businesses and new web masters. These simple but effective SEO tips will help make your website search engine optimized especially for Google, the grand-daddy of the Internet.
Peter Linsley of Google Images shares some simple yet important image optimization tips that might help you get more traffic from image search engines: Users prefer large, high-quality images (high-resolution, in-focus).
Rand says that you should look at your search query logs and try to figure out queries that have high abandonment rates.
The WebCEO site offers some good tips on Image SEO. Excerpts: If the image constitutes a link, its anchor text is quite powerful in terms of optimization for high image-search rankings.
Whether you look at the search guidelines of Google or Bing, most search engines advice webmaster that they should focus on users and not search engines.
Gary Pool has some good SEO tips for image search engines. Excerpts: If you have a series of related images, use descriptive variations.
While Google sends you the maximum traffic, it will be a bad idea if you do not optimize your site for Bing as the share of Microsoft’s search engine is set to grow now that they have partnered with Yahoo Search.
Dawn Foster shares some good tips for writing blog content that your visitors will not only enjoy reading but they will also link to you thus improving your search rankings without you having to hire an SEO.
Link building through paid text ads or reciprocal link exchanges require effort but are they worth it? Matt Cutts has an answer.
Duff shares some good tips on how to get your Adobe PDF documents and presentations rank higher in Google and other search engines using simple techniques.