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Your Competitor’s Most Powerful SEO Strategies



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Your Competitor’s Most Powerful SEO Strategies



Google Spot!




As you probably know, I have been competing in some
very lucrative niche markets for over 10 years now.
The SEO tactics and strategies of my major competitors
have always surprised me – especially the underhanded or
“grey” tactics they use to get the top listings.

Remember, most online sites and companies are using solid
SEO “white hat” and ethical methods. Which, in my
opinion, is the only way to proceed and you will
be better off in the long term.

However…

Your competitors may not be playing so fair and may be
manipulating the search engines, especially in Google.
While major Google Updates like Panda, have greatly cut
down on this manipulation and the number of “spammy”
and poor quality sites, these ruthless marketers
are still devising new ways to “game” the system.

Anyway, I have written a very detailed article, talking
about these powerful SEO tactics. The legitimate SEO
strategies, as well as the not so legitimate ones.

So if you’re interested in discovering some of the
SEO tactics your competitors may be using to beat you…
check out the article here:

Powerful SEO Strategies


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+Titus Hoskins

P.S. These are the Actual web marketing tools which
I use daily to earn a full-time online living:

http://goo.gl/0CBr

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Recent Google Changes That Affects Your Rankings & PageRank



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Recent Google Changes That Affects Your Rankings & PageRank





Google Spot!




On the surface, with it’s different spokespersons and Webmaster Tools,
Google is becoming much more transparent when it comes to how they rank
content on the web. They are openly discussing such things as:


1. Reasons Why Your PageRank On the Google Toolbar Would Drop?


Besides having fewer links pointing to your site, there are many more
reasons why you may lose PageRank. You may have made internal
linking changes which are affecting your PR. The Googlebot may
have trouble accessing all of your content. Google may believe
you’re selling links and have penalized your site. There may
be canonicalization issues with the www vs non-www versions of
your site.


All these issues are discussed in this Matt Cutts Video:







2. Google May Let You Know About Any Automatic and Manual Spam Action Against Your Site?

Google is becoming much more open about reporting both automatic and
manual spam penalties taken against your site. Webmasters may now find
out if their site is violating Google’s Webmaster Guidelines and how to
fix any problems. Google says it will become more active in solving these
issues for webmasters.


3. Webmasters Can Even Make A Reconsideration Request To Get Their Site Back On Track.


If you do have find yourself or your site having an automatic or spam
action against your site, you can use the “Reconsideration Request” after
you have fixed the problems. Google says it will be more open and transparent
on letting you know about the status of your site.

“Now, if your site is affected by a manual spam action, we may let you know
if we were able to revoke that manual action based on your reconsideration request,”
explained Tiffany Oberoi and Michael Wyszomierski (Google’s Search Quality Team)
in a blog post. “Or, we could tell you if your site is still in violation of our
guidelines. This might be a discouraging thing to hear, but once you know that
there is still a problem, it will help you diagnose the issue.”

You can find more about making a Reconsideration Request below:








4. Google Browser Extension Which Lets Searchers Block Your Site.


Google has announced that it is letting searchers, through a browser extension,
to block sites that they don’t like. Now Google is using this data and incorporating
it into their algorithm to lower these blocked sites in their search results.
One of Google’s search quality engineers Johannes Henkel has stated: “We’ve also
started incorporating data about sites people have blocked into our general search
ranking algorithms to help users find more high quality sites.”

For those webmasters in very lucrative niche markets, this is extremely scary
stuff and wide open to abuse. One can even imagine “less than honest” people
hiring or ultizing whole armies of paid searchers blocking the sites of their
competitors.



5. Google’s Aim To Return “Single Page” or “View All” In Their SERPS.


This may be an important ranking factor since it is something all webmasters
can easily fix. Instead of placing a long article or a lengthy piece of content
on several pages – place this content on a single page. Google is placing more
emphasis on these View All pages and are ranking them higher. This all has to
do with improving the searcher’s overall experience and providing quality content
in their SERPs.

These are just Five recent Google changes or issues which every webmaster should
be aware of and acting on – if any of these affects your site. Google is THE most
important search engine and it is in your best interest to keep Google as Happy
as is Humanly possible. Just make it your daily mantra.



Helping People Succeed Online Since 2002!

Kind Regards,
+Titus Hoskins

P.S. These are the Actual web marketing tools which
I use daily to earn a full-time online living:

http://goo.gl/0CBr

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Google’s Latest “Content Farm” Update Have Webmasters Worried



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Has Google Gone Too Far With Instant Previews?




Google Spot!







Google’s Latest “Content Farm” Update Has Webmasters Worried


If you have a website, you will probably already know about Google’s
latest algorithm update dealing with low quality sites. These sites
are often referred to as “content farms” because they usually offer
a whole bunch of inferior material on many topics within the one site.

Demand media and eHow (rightly or wrongly) come under this heading
and as you can imagine they’re not too happy about it. So too, are
plenty of other sites which have lost search traffic in Google’s
recent changes. For the last two weeks or so, many webmasters have
been complaining about these abrupt traffic cuts and the lowering
of their keyword rankings within Google.

For those of us who can remember a pre-google web, this is not really
a big deal. Google has made countless updates which have upset countless
webmasters over the years. In my experience, all you have to do is adjust
your marketing or SEO and within a few weeks/months… your traffic
numbers will return or in many cases, actually increase.

Don’t want to minimize this issue and maybe this time, things will
play out differently, but I don’t think so. If you produce quality
content and have a lot of backlinks, the search engines can’t afford
not to list your site, especially if you have a large following or
membership base like Ezinearticles and Buzzle, which were also adversely
affected by this latest update.

Anyway, if you want to find out more about this Google Update…
I have compiled some helpful links and some graphics/charts showing
how many sites were affected by this update. I also give you some tips
on how to increase your traffic numbers… find out Buzzle’s simple
tactic which (I believe) has increased their traffic numbers 200%
in the last year or so.

You can find the link here: Google Content Farm Algorithm Update




Helping You Succeed Online Since 2002!

Kind Regards,
Titus

http://www.bizwaremagic.com

P.S. These are the Actual web marketing tools which
I use daily to earn a full-time online living:

http://goo.gl/0CBr

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