Tag: website ranking

  • 7 Common SEO Mistakes to Avoid

    Are you battling the latest Google Panda update? Do you find yourself trying new SEO strategies to try and improve your website ranking to no avail? There are a number of common SEO mistakes people make if they do not stay informed with the latest updates, and do not work on creating a quality site. […]

  • 5 Major SEO Mistakes You Should Avoid

    Before I start telling you about these SEO mistakes, let’s take a look on what has happened in SEO world in recent months:- On October 17, 2014 Google rolled out Penguin 3.0 (The algorithm penalizing websites with spam backlinks) On September 23, 2014 Google refreshed Panda 4.0 (The algorithm penalizing websites with spam & low […]

  • Money Cannot Always Buy You Great Ranks in SERP

    A strange problem seems to have cropped up in the world of marketing. You will find many of the small business owners keeping their face sagged and complaining almost always that it is the budget crunch that does not let them make their mark on the social media and all other platforms of search marketing. […]

  • What is our link strategy and how do we stay on top of Google’s changes?

    Transcript Ty Kilgore here. I just wanted to answer a couple questions about our link strategy and also how we at Fluid Advertising stay on top of the Google algorithm and best practices with Google. First I want to talk about our link strategy. One of the things that we factor in to our link […]

  • How to Build White Hat Links to Affiliate Sites

    Don’t you hate it when you read about a cool link building strategy… …but realize that you can’t use it because you run an affiliate site. “That’s fine for a Fortune 500?, you say to yourself. “But that won’t work for me. I guess it’s time to drop a few more blog comments!” Webmaster’s Note: […]

  • No Follow vs. Do Follow Links

    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 […]