How to Fight Google Penguin Using Social Media Signals

Posted on June 14, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

Was Google penguin just another update from Google? No, it almost bankrupted many hardcore SEC) analysts and webmasters to take away the superiority SEO and back linking had in the process of building traffic and domain authority. As per the views of Matt Cutts, official face of Google likes the White hat SEO, techniques which…

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Social Link Building Opportunities to Improve SEO Rankings

Posted on June 9, 2012 by John Lessnau

The social media rave continues to grow by leaps and bounds. There is plenty for you to gain by participating in social media, but this is one small component of social link building. The value of the link you receive can greatly vary. One link can be worth hundreds of times more than the next…

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Things that Will Keep Your Subscribers Happy

Posted on June 7, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

Building a list is one thing, but maintaining your list is a more important thing. Blogging is not easy task if you are new to it. It is very important that you work upon the number of returning visitors. Many of the bloggers will find that hardly a fraction of the visitors will visit the…

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How to Improve Your Page Rankings with Google+

Posted on June 4, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

Google Plus (called Google+ for short) is an emerging social network site developed by global technology giant Google. Google currently operates the world’s most popular (and arguably most powerful) search engine. Therefore, maintaining high page rankings in the Google search engine is a crucial element in getting your site seen by as large an audience…

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How to Effectively Generate Facebook Likes

Posted on May 21, 2012 by Nikhil P Naik

When your business has a Facebook page, you want to reach out to as many customers and partners as possible and generate some Facebook likes. Some companies think that simply by joining Facebook, their page is going to be liked by hundreds or thousands of people. This is a misconception, and many companies are now…

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