Today, I found an interesting article about the Search trends in different countries. The report is published in www.ibnlive.com with the title ‘Indians want sex from Google, Germans look for Hitler‘. They prepared the report based on the Google Trends Continue reading Some Simple Thoughts on Google Trends
Google killed the Supplemental Results label from its search results pages. Word of Caution: Just the Label appearing in the result pages, not their Supplemental Index. What are Supplemental Results? In 2003 when Google expanded their Indexed pages database, they Continue reading Google Stopped showing Supplemental Results Label
Today I was reading a post in SeoMoz about “Link Building strategies for Enterprise sites” some thoughts get clouded in my mind. He was talking about huge sites with more than 10,000 pages and how to distribute the Link Juice Continue reading Some Thoughts on Enterprise Website Linking After Reading Rand
SearchEngineLand reports Yahoo! introduced a new “robots-nocontent” tag which helps to make a block of content non-indexed for Yahoo! Search Results. Yes, I meant a ‘block of content’ inside a page. This doesn’t mean that the content won’t get spidered, Continue reading Yahoo! Introducing “robots-nocontent” Tag
Last week I posted about the new extended link support from Google through their Webmaster Central – earlier Google sitemap. From the past several months there was a need for an alternative to the old link: search. For those who Continue reading Google Webmaster Central Hack for Additional Link Information
This is a quick note on the on-going debate of “SEO vs PPC The Classic Debate…” at the famous Yahoo webanalytics Groups. One point from Ron caught my interest and thought of posting my thoughts on it. Thanks Nancy – Continue reading A thought on the “SEO vs PPC The Classic Debate…”
I was doing the upgrade to WordPress 2.1 – the latest version get launched last week -for virtueseo.com/seo-blog. Since the upgrade has to be done on the Live Server, I had to be a little cautious about each of the Continue reading Upgrading to WordPress 2.1 and the Headspace2 plugin Hack
It was Sorvoja who threw an alert to us at SeoRefugee.com – my Favorite SEO Forum – about Submitting to DMOZ – the Open Directory -, last month. But still on those days, DMOZ was not fully ready to accept Continue reading Submit to DMOZ, I Got Mine Listed
Nowadays if you are taking the Keyword Density reports for popular SEO forums, you may be seeing a significant raise in the Ratio for phrases like “Google Index Updates”, “Google SERPs refresh”, “Google data refresh”, “my ranks went down”, “my Continue reading What exactly is going on in the Google SERPs?
Happy news for all the Webmasters, after the recent Google Algorithm update they’d removed the sentence -“Don’t use “&id=” as a parameter in your URLs, as we don’t include these pages in our index”- from their Webmaster Guideline page.