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Google and SEO Ranking Factors (Infographic)

Google SEO Ranking Factors (Infographic) from SEJ :

I came across one info-graphic from Search engine journal blog which is describe in very detailed for Google Ranking factors. They are listed 200 ranking factors which is help for SEO improvement on site. Every website should follow these factors and get ranked well as per Google terms. I hope this Google 200 ranking factors are very helpful for digital marketing and SEO professionals.

Here some SEO Ranking factors are listed below from that info-graphic,

1. Domain Factors

2. Page Level Factors

3. Site Level Factors

4. Back-link Factors

5. User Interactions

6. Special Algorithm Rules

7.Social Signals

8. Brand Signals

9. Onsite Webspam Factors

10. Off-page Webspam factors

Google Ranking Factors

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Google Penguin 2.0 Update – Matt Cutts Video

Google Penguin 2.0 Update rolled out on 22nd May 2013:

As per Matt Cutts statemented, in this Google Penguin 2.0 updates refreshed with Google algorithm and this scope of Penguin impact to languages with more webspam.

If you would like to report spam sites – Tell to Google Report Here –

Cross Posted from Blog

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Google Basic SEO Cheat Sheet from Google Webmaster

Google released the basic Search Engine Optimization(SEO) cheat sheet for the people who setup the first time websites or first blogs.

In this Google first steps SEO cheat sheet have contains how to optimize the site with basic SEO tips, how to design the website with search engine friendly, User and Google accessibility for crawl/index, content usage and increase the site visibility through search engines. Users can follow these very simple steps and tips to help Google easily understand the content on your website. These information helps to deliver good results to searching customers.

Download the basic first steps webmaster SEO cheat sheet from Google

For more information about an Advanced SEO started here guide by Google – Check our here

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How does writing articles not run into the problem with duplicate content?

Articles are the same as news. They come under the rules that apply to “syndicated content.”

They are both 100% white hat and search engines understand that both articles and news are created for the purpose of “syndication.”

Genuine articles are “written” to be published across many Web sites and they will never be penalized for duplicate content.

Duplicate content penalties primarily are triggered by people who may, for example only use the same content over and over just switching out a few keywords but not really writing anything that is original.

In short, some people are attempting to use the same old content over and over without ever really creating anything new or original.

If you are looking for short cuts, or grey area stuff, then your articles will definitely be penalized by the search engines.

But if you want more proof that search engines believe in and support ”article distribution” and understand the value of “syndication,” then check out the Search Engines “Creative Commons Areas.”

Both Yahoo and Google have Creative Commons areas where they not only will accept your articles but they encourage others to ”search for” and “use your original articles” so long as they follow the terms and conditions under the creative common license.

“If” article marketing was “duplicate content” or truly deemed as Spam, then why would the search engines themselves be offering up and also encouraging you to publish other people work?

Writing genuine, high quality articles will never get you penalized for “duplicate content” as long as you are doing it correctly. The search engines understand that both “articles” and “news” are fresh content that is meant for syndication.

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40 Useful Tips and Techniques for SEO Traffic and Link Building

Now a days SEO derive more traffic from many sources and keywords in search engines. Here I have listed some useful link building techniques for internet marketing and SEO professionals. I hope it can derive very good traffic for your website and building back links.
Please Do not use this techniques for spamming purpose.

40 Link Building Techniques:

  1. Always put a  signature link in forums that links point to your site.
  2. Post links to lot of  social bookmarking sites.
  3. Commenting the blog and link back to your site
  4. Try to oppose the opinion on everyone or any popular poll. Everyone will argue and link back to you saying you’re wrong.
  5. Use Question and Answering Website
  6. Use Yahoo and Google Groups and interact with a link to your site in your site signature.
  7. Redirect from 404 page into  your homepage
  8. Have an opt-in form
  9. Review and write feedback for product or company
  10. Article Directory Submissions
  11. Press Release submissions
  12. Use PPC advertising
  13. RSS Subscription.
  14. Mailing subscription
  15. Add a bookmark button on your site.
  16. Tell a friend or refer a friend options on your website.
  17. Write your niche, information or anything great and email other blogging professional to let them know – there’s a good chance they’ll link to you.
  18. Blog directory submissions.
  19. RSS feed directories submissions.
  20. Classified ad listing.
  21. Link baiting for link building
  22. Create a profile in more Social networking or community websites
  23. Freebie products listing on your website
  24. Web directories submissions
  25. Create a group on many websites
  26. Make business card with website links
  27. Affiliate marketing
  28. Video sharing submissions.
  29. Guest blog posting.
  30. Traffic pages creation into squidoo, hubpages and etc.,
  31. Use an autoresponder on your mailing list.
  32. Link Exchange with your related website.
  33. Events marketing
  34. Forum posting
  35. Create a email newsletter and sending many others followers
  36. Conduct a survey and publish the results
  37. Purchase PLR Articles for content promotion and marketing
  38. Create short and memorable domain name and link back from many other website
  39. Put your RSS feed syndication into many sites like Zimbio, hubpages and etc.,
  40. Apply to get listed in Google’s News search.
  41. Post a blog or article  about celebrities current events
Cross posted from Abdulmalick’s SEO Blog


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SEO Keyword Effectiveness – Hyphens vs Underscores


Is it true using hyphens in between your keywords more effective than
using underscores when naming a Web page?


Is search-engine.html more readable by search engines than for instance search_engine.html?


For the answer, read Matt Cutts Blog:

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Is it wise to buy some text links on high PR Web sites?


Is it wise to buy some text links on high PR Web sites?


Definitely not. I would never purchase a link on someone elses Web site. I advise against buying text links. There are many people who end up paying money for what they think is a “valuable link” never realizing that there are plenty of scams out there that, look like link, behave like a link but are in fact of zero value.

It’s better to focus on building quality links (build them for your visitors) and avoid all manipulations.

If you have a budget to spend money, why not apply it to something that is legitimate Pay Per Click (PPC.) PPC is paid advertising and it can be very complimentary to your SEO work, as long as you monitor your results.

( Source : Abdul Malick SEO Blog )

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SEO Tips – Pay Per Click ( PPC )

On the topic of Pay Per Click, remember that there are advantages to using PPC such as Google Adwords. But also consider diversifying your campaigns. Remember that you are not “buying a link” but you are displaying an advertisement.

PPC is not SEO because it is “paid advertising.” but it can compliment your SEO work nicely so long as you are measuring the exact results and determine you cost per click and cost per lead.


( Source : Abdul Malick’s SEO Blog )


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Search Engine Ranking Fluctuation

When your search engine rankings fluctuate, or even if your site drops from the rankings, don’t panic. Understand that these things happen in this industry, and they WILL happen to you.

They happen to all of us.

What you DON’T want to do is make any changes to your Web pages
because of fluctuations in the rankings or because your site drops out of the rankings. Step back and wait to see what happens.

Monitor your rankings. Watch the industry. Read the news.

In all likelihood, your pages will reappear right back where they should be (or close to those rankings), if you haven’t done anything wrong (such as using spam). Fluctuations in rankings are normal.

Far too many people PANIC in the short term, when they would be wiser
to just take it easy and not start making changes so quickly. Just a word to the wise!


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Create Web Design for Customers, Not for you

Remember: when it comes right down to it, “your” Web site isn’t and shouldn’t be designed for YOU. It should be designed for your customers.

What do your customers want to see on your Web site?

As Jakob Nielson of says, ”You are not the user.”  Web designers spend so much time on things that matter little to the customers. According to Neilson, you need to communicate clearly; provide information the users want; and offer simple page design and navigation.

The above referenced article gives some excellent information that
you’ll want to read.


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