This is the last part of our series on Blogger SEO PACK 2012 series and it will help to remove great misconceptions and wrong seo concepts that are unfortunately spreading like fire everywhere. As Google, Bing and Yahoo continues to make search experience more trustworthy and neat and clean by removing all spammy and non-trusty sites, SEO has become the most famous name for webmasters.
There’s a very interesting post on the official Google Blog today talking about the future of search and how Google is approaching it. It starts with Larry Page’s definition of the perfect search engine: “one that understands exactly what you mean and gives you exactly what you want.” It pretty much sums it up huh?
Here’s a quote from the article:
Google Bing Yahoo do not show your website at their platform. So we follow a variety of techniques to display our websites in search engines.
With the explosion in popularity of e-books, a whole new world has opened up to entrepreneurs looking for ways to make money online. Whether you are a writer or simply an expert on a certain topic, you can write an e-book or online course and sell it online (or you can hire someone else to do it for you).
Not sure where to get started? Here are a few tips for how you can make money selling your own information products online:
Add tags or labels to your posts is an important SEO step for letting spiders to better understand the content and categories of your blog. Due to unfriendly user interface of the Edit Posts section of blogger dashboard, most people find it difficult to remove, apply and add new labels to the posts.
Google image SEO strategies are important apart of overall SEO activities. Couple of months back Google added the particular +1 button for the image listings. From this proceed Google caused it to be clear that will Google impression search additionally part of Google’s wonderful social media.
A favicon (short for favorites icon), also known as a website icon, shortcut icon, url icon, or bookmark icon is a 16x16 pixel square icon associated with a particular website, blog or webpage. Some of my friends asked about installing or adding a favicon to their blogs and stuff related to it. I have