Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bizwaremagic Gearing Up For Black Friday & Cyber Monday Shopping Season



Bizwaremagic Gearing Up For Black Friday & Cyber Monday Shopping Season


Bizwaremagic.com and its handy online laptop Buyer’s Guide is
gearing up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which are less
than a month away. Already we are seeing major online retailers
such as Dell preparing for the upcoming holiday season, especially
Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Dell has even released some handy Bookmark pages which potential
shoppers can bookmark to make sure they get the best deals when
they’re offered.

Bookmark Special Dell Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals








Bizwaremagic has already done one Dell PRWeb Press Release for the
upcoming Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping events. Other Press
Releases are planned for the upcoming holiday season and will
be released on those days.

In addition, we are updating all our laptop and desktop coupons
pages, making all the latest deals and bargains are listed on our
site. We cover major laptop makers/retailers such as Dell, Toshiba,
Apple, HP… and many more.

Bizwaremagic pays special attention to the “gaming laptop niche” and
has recent starting promoting the Razor Blade brand rigs. It already
promotes Alienware, MSI, Asus, Origin… among others. The site even
has a special page completely devoted to Alienware Laptop Coupons, which
is located here.

Plus, another major part of the Bizwaremagic site, has been its Corporate
Gift Guide. This guide will be updated for the upcoming holiday season and
will also be featured in a few press releases. Visitors can find handy
buying tips/advice for buying corporate and promotional gifts… for
customers, employees and bosses. To find this guide, click here

As always, Bizwaremagic places most of its marketing on supplying
needed information for the potential customer of any promoted product
or service. It is this emphasis on information which has made us
so successful in selling affiliate products online. This information
can be found in numerous buying guides offered through the site.

Of course, this handy buying information and tips, are backed up with
the latest discount coupons offered by the major manufacturers and retailers.
Shoppers not only get the information they want but they also get the
latest coupons where they can save $100 off their desired purchase item.

Information + Coupons = Savings

Which leads of course, to a happy consumer – on Black Friday, Cyber
Monday or any other day for that matter.


Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

www.bizwaremagic.com

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Google’s Disavow Link Tool Shows Some Effectiveness With Combating Penguin



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Google’s Disavow Link Tool Shows Some Effectiveness With Combating Penguin


Penguin Recovery via Google Disavow Link Tool

Tim Grice, the owner and editor for Seowizz has reported
significant evidence/proof that the Google Disavow Link Tool does indeed work.
In a very detailed article he shows how some sites have recovered from
having bad links flowing to their sites and neutralizing those bad links
when it comes to your rankings in Google.

If you have been following the whole Penguin/Panda/Google webspam opera
over the last year and a half, you will be familiar with all the manual
penalties, WMT warnings and rankings upheaval happening in Google search
results.

Now, if you’re like me and following this issue closely, you will immediately
pick up or start questioning the “timeline” of these “recoveries” from Penguin…
the dates simply don’t add up. Google released its Disavow Link Tool on October
16 to the public – yet we have sites recovering in 7 days, 10 days, 3 weeks…
when/before the tool was even released.

However, you have go down to the comment section to discover that Tim (or the
SEO firm he works for) had a beta version of this Disavow tool. They can’t come
out and say it – but Google probably had sites/firms test this tool before it was
released to the general public. Anyone using this version were probably sworn to
secrecy.

If this is indeed the case, then the argument is pretty strong, we will probably
start seeing other sites recover from Penguin and from the influence bad/spammy
links have over their Google rankings. Webmasters who have seen a drop in rankings
from Penguin now have a powerful tool to fight these spammy links.

If you have received a manual penalty from Google, you will need to submit a site
reconsideration after you placed all your spammy links you want disavowed in a simple
txt file and submitted them to Google. This is simple to do but make sure you have
closely examined all your links which you will want disavowed.


And…

Remember to double check your good links – the ones you want to keep and ones
which are giving you your rankings in Google. Obviously, if your previous rankings
in Google were the result of solely “unnatural links” and no good links… then using
the Disavow Link Tool won’t recover your rankings. However, your site will be back at
square one and you can start building links/rankings without being in the Penguin
Penalty box.

Matt Cutts and Google have stated that all the links you have disavowed might not
be dismissed – this tool is just a suggestion for discounting your incoming links
and if Google finds valuable links on this list, they might still count them when
ranking your site and content.

For now, its mainly a waiting game for many webmasters, you have submitted your
list of links you want disavowed via the Google Disavow Tool AND you have submitted your
Site Reconsideration Form to Google. No doubt, there must be a backlog of
thousands of sites/webmasters waiting for this Disavow Tool to kick in and bring
back those all important Google rankings. Maybe even before the lucrative online
holiday shopping season arrives.


For more information on Google’s recent changes and
how they affect your web marketing, try this link:

Panda/Penguin Special Report


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Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

www.bizwaremagic.com

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Google Refreshes The Penguin Update For The Third Time



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Google Refreshes The Penguin Update For The Third Time


Google did a data refresh of its Penguin Update last week on Oct. 5th,
impacting around 0.3% of English queries. Matt Cutts tweeted about the
new refresh in his Twitter account:


Weather report: Penguin data refresh coming today. 0.3% of English queries
noticeably affected. Details: goo.gl/AF5kt

— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) October 5, 2012


Some has suggested that “noticeably affected” means those search results
in Google which are “above the fold” or basically the top five spots in organic search.

With this new refresh, some webmaster are announcing huge recoveries, here’s one listed here.
Others are doubting these recoveries from Penguin. This site saw no noticeable change in
its rankings after the refresh, despite removing over 40k of low quality links. We also
have seen no sign of Google’s “Disavow Link Tool” and it’s probably not coming any time
soon – if ever.

The SeachEngineLand folks are naming these updates in the following manner:


Penguin 1: April 24, 2012 (3.1%)
Penguin 2: May 26, 2012 (less than 0.1%)
Penguin 3: Oct. 5, 2012 (0.3%)


This is probably a much better way of keeping track of these Google Updates…
as Google seems to launching major changes almost weekly, if not daily. We also
saw a recent update to Panda and a new major EMD (Exact Match Domain) Update
which targets those low quality sites which hopes (or who had) benefitted from
having the exact keywords in the domain name. This EMD Update noticeably
affected 0.6% of English-US queries in Google search.

Now let’s see – we now have 5 different filters for your search results in
Google – at least these are the five which we know about:


Panda
Top Heavy
Penguin
Pirate
EMD


Top Heavy is a filter which weeds out content/pages/sites with too many ads
above the fold. Pirate is a filter dealing with sites/content which receives
too many complaints about copyright issues or rightful ownership. As far as
we know, all these new filters work independently of each other and once
Google creates a filter it is periodically updated or refreshed – sometimes
monthly or earlier. Follow Matt Cutts on Twitter and you will get a good
idea when a new refresh is launched.

For more information on Google’s recent changes and
how they affect your web marketing, try this link:

Panda/Penguin Special Report


Helping People Succeed Online Since 2002!

Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

www.bizwaremagic.com

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