Blog Archives for category SEO

Duplicate Content on Google, Bing & Yahoo

Google: Cross-Domain Canonical Tag This Year Duplicate content is a common occurrence on the web and in many cases can hurt search engine rankings. While the search engines may not always technically penalize webmasters for duplicate content, there are still a lot of ways it can hurt. WebProNews is covering the Search Marketing Expo (SMX) East in New York, where representatives from the three major search engines (Google, Yahoo, and… Continue reading »

10 Common SEO Mistakes

1. Not Starting Early Enough 2. Picking a Poor Content Management System 3. Use Crawler Unfriendly Development Methods 4. Duplicate Content Pages 5. No Canonical Redirect 6. Pseudo Duplicate Content 7. Thin Content Pages 8. Poor Use of Internal Anchor Text 9. Over-Optimized Pages 10. Not Investing in Site Promotion Plz go through 10 top SEO mistakes….here you will get main mistake regarding duplicate content……… source: 10 Common SEO Mistakes

SEOMOZ have great post on basic of SEO

Hi Folks, If you attend any marketing classes during your graduation, you definitely read about 4 P’s of Marketing. 1) Placement 2) Promotion 3) Price 4) Product Dr. Pete writes a good article on 4 Rs of SEO : 1) Robots 2) Rankings 3) Relevance 4) Results Have a look at this article, I think its great if you want to get some theory kind of knowledge : 4R of… Continue reading »

Google Page Rank Sculpting Changes..

Hi, Well if you are thinking to use nofollow for most of the outgoing links in your page, wait for few days. Google is chaging the game on how pagerank gives important to the Nofollow. Here are the list of few articles which might leads you guys to the world of PageRank sculpting and Nofollow. In case you dont know what is PageRank Sculpting, here is the simple definations according… Continue reading »

Canonical Tag – Search Engine Answers To Canonical Problems

All three major search engines announced today “Canonical Tag” for resolving Canonical issue. Lets What GoogleWebmaster Blog Says about this tag : “we now support a format that allows you to publicly specify your preferred version of a URL. If your site has identical or vastly similar content that’s accessible through multiple URLs, this format provides you with more control over the URL returned in search results. It also helps… Continue reading »