These three terms have been thrown around a a lot, and often used alongside each other. SEO and SEM have often been used interchangeably. So what’s the deal with these concepts? How are they alike, and ...Continue Reading →
No Follow vs. Do Follow Links.
The general consensus in the SEO industry is that link building should only ever be done from ‘do follow’ sites. There is solid logic behind this thinking, and it makes sense that you would want to spend time building links from sites that allow spiders to follow. Google even has its own answer on the subject.
Having said that, should you become very picky ...Continue Reading →
If you’re gearing up to start a new website, you probably already know what the first step is going to be finding a domain name. Now, you don’t want to just set out and get the first domain name that you come across, but instead, you’re going to want to get a domain name that works. To help you choose the best domain name possible, here are six steps that ...Continue Reading →
Page ranking has a direct impact on your popularity. The most popular brands are the ones that are ranked highly by search engines, while the lowest ranked are least popular. Very popular brands are more trusted by customers than less popular brands, and this always has an impact on the profitability of your business. Ranking is determined by various factors, and you can work towards raising the ranking ...Continue Reading →
I’m always surprised at the lack of users using SEO browser extensions.
These are helpful not only to efficiently manage your own website, but to provide insights into those of your competitors.
So I’ve compiled a list of the best browser extensions for Firefox.
Keep in mind, however, the more you add the more it will slow down page loading times. You should by no means add every single browser extension I mention ...Continue Reading →