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SEO & Content- a match made in heaven

I usually dedicate my blog posts to the different types of books in the fictional category. I thought I would do something different today. Apart from the fictional books, I have a knack for reading new material that gets introduced in the field of content marketing and search engine optimisation. 359 more words

Non-Fiction

Does PPC improve the position in the organic search results?

I have seen online marketers asking this question very often lately on several business forums: Does my PPC campaign increase the chances for my web pages to rank higher in SERP? 366 more words

SEO

Google Authorship Is Now Closed!

John Mueller, webmaster trends analyst at Google announced in a Google+ post: the search engine will no longer take into account the tag… 253 more words

On-site Optimization

Finding Yourself on Search Results

One of the benchmark exercises that an SEO practitioner should do is to search using his name as a key phrase. Other variations include less obvious variations like nicknames and jobs, or nickname and event. 531 more words

Strategies And Tools

Reasons To Dismiss Toolbar Pagerank Updates

There seems to be this hysteria around Google and its Toolbar updates. Maybe it relates to webmasters and internet designers assuming that when Google make this fabled toolbar update that their web site will amazingly lift in the SERP’s. 485 more words