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Do you have to worry about Google Instant?

Do you have to worry about Google Instant?

Posted by | Internet Marketing, SEO | 2 Comments

I’ve been reading a lot of blogs lately covering Google Instant, so what is Google Instant?

“Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows results as you type. We are pushing the limits of our technology and infrastructure to help you get better search results, faster. Our key technical insight was that people type slowly, but read quickly, typically taking 300 milliseconds between keystrokes, but only 30 milliseconds (a tenth of the time!) to glance at another part of the page. This means that you can scan a results page while you type.”

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How to Build Links the Easy Way

Posted by | Internet Marketing, SEO | 2 Comments

Building links has never been easy but there is a key to building links faster – Organization. Yes there are various ways to build links, to name a few:

  • Directory Submission
  • Article Writing and Submission
  • Social Bookmarking
  • Social Media like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube
  • Blogging

Sound easy, yes but it eats up most of your time and could be boring, a tedious job. But this could get complicated if you do not plan properly and organize your work. Organization is always the key to build links faster, know how and where to build links. To do that, you only need three things:

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When to Stop Building Links?

Posted by | Internet Marketing, SEO | One Comment

You should never stop building links; you should always be on guard for sites vying for the same keywords. Everybody wants to be on the first page of Google, Yahoo or Bing and when you reached that target it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to stop. Let’s not forget that being visible on the web opens a door for bigger opportunities. If you want to stop building links just because you reached your target, ask yourself if you’re ready to lose your spot on the search engine result page (SeRP), maybe then you’ll have a second thought.
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2nd Day Insider Secrets to a Google – Friendly Website

Posted by | SEO, Web design, Web development | No Comments

Google cares more about their users rather than those people spending huge amount of money to advertise their site. Regardless whether you give Google $10k a month for your PPC campaign, they can actually slap you anytime, “Google slap” as they call it.  Another thing I learn, I’m not an expert on PPC (Pay per Click) yet, I only use it on my own personal site and I learn that you cannot just pause and play campaigns, just to test, there are other way of doing it. Why, your historical CRT (Click Through Rate) matters a lot. The acceptable CTR at least is 2%; Google actually monitors your activity and inactivity the first day you run a campaign. How do you measure CTR? It’s Click/Impression = CTR. And if you want to know your Ad Rank its CPC (Cost per Click x Quality Score). The CPC is the amount you’re willing to pay and Quality score covers your landing page, relevance of ad test, historical CTR, account performance and other relevant factors. In short, Quality Score encompass both your account performance as a whole and the quality of your website, which is quite a lot to discuss. Well, I can’t discuss it yet, I still have to attend another seminar this June on PPC, a hands-on coaching (I’m really excited on this one).
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1st Day Insider Secrets to a Google Friendly Website

Posted by | Internet Marketing, SEO, Web design, Web development | 5 Comments

Just this morning I attended the 1st day of Insider Secrets to a Google – Friendly Website. The speaker was a Simon Leung, a retired most senior Google optimization specialist with guest speaker Fabian Lim who is currently the CEO of Asia Internet Academy Pte Ltd, the Asia’s largest internet training academy. The event was sponsored by Powermax Consulting Group Inc.

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When to Stop Building Links

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Based on experience, the moment you stop building links that’s when your Google ranking start to sink.  So definitely, you don’t have to stop building links regardless whether your site is on the no. 1 page of Google and other major Search Engines.  You have to bear in mind that you’re not the only person doing the same thing.  Do not be complacent and always watch your back. It’s like deciding whether you have to stop promoting your site or continue campaigning for it.
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Google PageRank Update for 2010

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I thought for a while PageRank was no longer one of the factors Google used to rank your site and now almost everybody seems to talk about it. For those who do not know, PageRank as described by Google:

“ relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves “important” weigh more heavily and help to make other pages “important”.”

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Why you need a SEO Website Design

Posted by | SEO, Web design | 4 Comments

Although a website is the first step to succeed online, succeeding online don’t only rely on having a good site. It’s simply the first plan of action you need to implement before launching your site in the World Wide Web. Needless to say, it will be your store front to establish your online presence. Before you start with the design, consider the fact that you need your site to work for Search Engines and end-users. You have to balance between the two, both are equally important for a website. You need more than just a website to launch an effective online campaign. Consider researching for keywords to use as your meta-tags, titles, description etc., learn the art of creating a navigation system that both users and spiders understand, create an XML site map etc. Visit this page on how to create an SEO Website Design Friendly. Read More

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