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Google SEO Report Card by Google Webmasters

Google SEO report card written by by Brandon Falls, Adi Goradia, and Charlene Perez, Search Quality Team.

Click here to download – Google SEO Report Card.

Google SEO report card helps more to  easily understand Google approach in SEO and How many of Google’s web pages use a descriptive title tag? Do we use description meta tags? Heading tags? While we always try to focus on the user, could our products use an SEO tune up? and so on..

This SEO Report is an effort to provide Google’s product teams with ideas on how they can improve their products’ pages using simple and accepted optimizations. These optimizations process and report are intended to not only help search engines understand the content of Google pages better, but also to improve our users’ experience when visiting Google sites.

For More information visit here –  Google webmaster central blog

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SEO Tips # 155 – Redesign of WebSite

If you are considering a re-design of your Web site…Don’t just think about the new colors and graphics and layout, but also be aware of how the new page structure will impact your search rankings, bookmarks, and inbound links.

There are many ways to overcome problems, and the goal is to plan for any problems in advance.

Another Bonus Tips :

FACT: Did you know that using your keyword phrase in heading text is still influential? Of course you did. But did you also know that there is no difference between the relevancy influence in H1 H2 H3 H4 and H5?

Tip: Don’t over-use the H1 heading tag.

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SEO Tips # 150

In your optimization efforts, it’s wisdom to use the full range of relevancy influences to impact your rankings. Far too many people put much of their efforts into only just “a few” influences that they “think” are most important.

Very stable, long term, top rankings come from using a well-defined balance of the basic essential SEO methods. One of the major challenges for many people, is that they have never really had any formal, structured training in search marketing. For others, the challenge is staying up to date with the most recent changes.

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SEO Tips #40(4 in 1) – Fine tune your high-performance SEO skills

TIP One:

For 2009 you need to focus on creating content that serves your customers needs FIRST. Far too often, our focus is so narrowly limited to just our own objectives for a Web page.

One powerful tip is to first research the specific needs of your customer (within a niche) and then deliver up high value, based on your research and give the searcher EXACTLY whatever it is that THEY want, first.

Think about it – try it out and see what happens when you meet the client’s interest first, before introducing your own objective.
Does it work? You bet it does. Think behavioral research instead of just “keyword research.”

Tip 2:

Remember the importance of using semantically related supporting words, (true synonyms,) descriptive verbs in your body content for the future. As the industry continues to involve things like the “personalization of search” and in 2009 these influences will begin to have greater and greater impact, your going to see even great rewards to visibility, for those who focus on writing and communication excellence.

Tip 3:

One type of content to consider adding is “statistical data.” What is useful or of high interest to your target audience?

If the stats aren’t your own, always indicate where you’re getting them. It’s important to quote your source. But it may be more than just numerical stats that attract new searchers. Remember to do your research first to identify the best windows of opportunity.

Tip 4:

How important are your customers words to you?

Not just the words, but the exact dialog. You see sometimes, people have a habit of speaking to you using certain terms and while we understand their meaning – we may sometimes tend to substitute other words of our own in recalling what was said.

There are great benefits to focus on communicating well and hearing the dialog your customer uses as cues to doing behaviorally related “keyword forensics.” Synonyms can mean the same thing but may well reveal somewhat different types of results.

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