SEO Tips

Everybody till now might be knowing about Page Rank but still for newbies don’t know about it let me tell you what it is and how it affects the blogging experience..

PageRank is basically a conceptual method of using the way websites Link together to deduce their relative importance. For example, many people might link to the BBC News website, that means it is a relatively important site while Joe Bloggs’ homepage might only be linked to by a few close friends and family, which again reflects its relative importance.

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If you are looking to increase your Google rankings then participating in do follow forums can give you a lot of benefits to your rankings as well as it will increase the traffic which ultimately improve sales.

Here is a list of do follow forums that I have arranged from various niches so that you won’t ever fell short of do follow forums. Make sure you obey their Rules properly and never think of spamming on these forums for gaining do follow links. Always try to reply properly with meaningful words and gain backings from your signature links.

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Don’t like being found in Google? Here are some sure fired ways to lower your ranking and get the worst search engine results. These are the worst of the worst dirty tricks, and they can lower your Google ranking or just get you banned.

Getting page views at any cost is not a good tactic. It never works in the long run, even if it may work for a short while. Beware of any company that recommends you employ any of these techniques.

1. Cloaking
Designing your Web site so that search engines see one thing and visitors see another is called cloaking. This can be done with sneaky redirects or with programming, and it’s strictly verboten.

Nobody likes to be tricked this way. If they’re looking for a Web site on knitting, they’ll be very ticked to end up on a Web site about horses.

Cloaking your Web site is a sure-fire way to get banned from Google.

2. Duplicate Content
Spam sites sometimes try to collect page views by duplicating the same content on multiple pages.

Don’t copy and paste large amounts of text from your own pages, and certainly don’t violate copyright by copying content from elsewhere. Google has been known to ban sites that duplicate too much content.

This can occasionally cause problems, because some spamming Web site might be duplicating your content. If you find someone violating your copyright this way, you can let Google know.

3. Have a Robot Write Your Web Site
Just as it’s a bad idea to duplicate content, it’s a worse idea to get a machine to write your content for you. There are programs out there that duplicate the same content but make a few changes here and there. If Google catches you, and they’re pretty good at catching this, you can kiss your page views goodbye.

Write your own content. That’s as simple as it gets. Don’t buy “instant AdSense” Web sites. If this really made lots of passive money, they wouldn’t be selling them.

4. Add Keywords that Don’t Relate to Your Content
Meta keywords aren’t that important to Google anymore. However, when you list keywords, do list keywords that directly relate to your site, and don’t repeat the same keyword multiple times. Spamming keywords by listing every word in the dictionary is a great way to have your ranking lowered in Google.

Likewise, don’t use the trademarked names of products made by your competitors as keywords. At best it’s a bad user experience, at worse it can get you sued by those competitors.

5. Link to Bad Neighborhoods
Google calls spamming sites bad neighborhoods, and linking to them is a great way to lower your PageRank.

Linking ordinarily would make you a good neighbor and a good citizen of the Internet. However, just because someone links to you does not obligate you to link back to them. Check out the Web site first, and make sure it is not a bad neighborhood.

How do you know it’s a bad neighborhood? Check their PageRank and scan the Web site for any of the violations you see here.

6. Hide Text
Don’t try to hide keywords by making the background color the same as the font color. This is called keyword stuffing or fontmatching. Google and other search engines are increasingly sophisticated at catching this, and they’ll likely remove any offending Web sites from their search engine index.

Likewise, watch how small you make the text. In a variation of keyword stuffing, some people try to put teeny tiny text at the bottom of a page. It doesn’t work.

7. Title Stacking
Don’t try to add extra <title> tags for more keywords. This cousin of keyword stuffing is called </title>title stacking, and it won’t win you any friends at Google.

One title per page, please, although you may separate that title with a dash to hit a few more keywords that do relate to your content, such as “Pie Crust Recipe – Homemade Pastry Dough.”

8. Distribute Viruses, Trojans, or Other Badware
If your site is distributing a virus, Trojan, or other badware, Google’s going to remove you from their index for the public good. This should be a no-brainer.

Double check any software you agree to distribute to make sure it isn’t harmful, and make sure your server is secure, so that hackers don’t decide to hijack your Web site and distribute malicious software for you.

Learn more about viruses from PCWorld.

9. Doorway Pages
Doorway pages
or Gateway pages are pages that are optimized for one key term but are really designed to be gateways to lead you to different content. For instance the “blueberry,” “strawberry,” and “orange” gateways might all be designed to get you to go to “fruit punch.”

Doorway pages usually have very little in the way of original content and often cloak or redirect users to the intended Web site. Be aware of affiliate programs, because some of these may look like doorway pages to Google.

10. Automated Inquiries
Google doesn’t appreciate robots writing your content, and they’re even less appreciative of robots checking your ranking. Automated Google queries and automated link submission are both against Google’s terms of service, and both of them can get your site banned. They tie up computing resources for everyone.

In Conclusion

Don’t be a jerk. Optimize your Web site for Google by designing a clear, well organized site. Don’t try to trick people or take the lazy way out of making good content.

First it has nothing to do with spending money on Kontera’s advertising network. Next, not only this works for free but also makes money for you on the way. The only thing you may not like is quality of backlinks. Anyway, as whole thing is fully automatic you better know it or use it.

How it works:

1. Many bloggers who write original content often feel hurt when they see people copying your content as it is without any credit to you. This is called plagarism and the person who is copying your article is called plagiarist.

2. There are two types of plagiarist in our context, one who copies from RSS feed and other one who copies from your pages.

3. Now those who copies from your pages are technically newbie in blogosphere and uses and its WYISWYG editor to copy-paste your post content.

4. Now if you are running Kontera, they also copies your double-underlined kontera keyword as it is. At this point, if you ever dig these kontera links in detail, you will find they have href attribute value equal to “#” (hash).

5. This hash (#) is used so that clicking on link should not work on your page as kontera shows small pop-up inline ads first. In simple word this # means “point to this page” only.

6. Now when someone copies your page with such Kontera links # is changed to absolute URL, i.e. page from which content is being copied.

7. FInal effect is – All such kontera links when get publish on plagiarist blogs point to your blog post!

8. This way you get extra backlinks without doing anything. Also you can find easily who is copying from you.

What about quality of backlinks…

In terms of SEO, these links are of bad quality since pages they are pointing to and from pages they are originating contains same content. Google and almost every search engine hates duplicate contents. Still some services just measure number of backlinks to your blog. They may count links like these.

So this is how Kontera gives me more backlinks and decent revenue of course on the way!

Every blogger want to increase traffic to his/her blog because without traffic, their blog means nothing.In every post they wants to use the tricks which can drive more traffic to their blog. So, i am also showing this type of trick which can drive up to 60% of your total traffic to your blog. His trick will boost your site meter.As half of your traffic comes from Google & in Google, people doesn’t search only the web articles

They also search for the images.I am sure your blog or site will have images in their posts or content but you dont know how to make these images as a source of traffic.Now i will show you how to drive more traffic to your blog through these images or pictures.

About my 50% of total traffic to my blog is coming through these images.It is very easy to use this trick if you follow the below tips from my experiences.You can view these tips below.

3 Steps to Increase your Blog Traffic with images:

1. Use Keywords in the name of images.

2. Upload images to your own site.This will also increase your page rank if someone copy images from your site.

3. Use compressed images means upload low sized images.

If you wanna copy images from another site, first look to the name of image.If it is like these:

‘image001’ or ‘photo1’, etc.You have to download these images and use keywords when you name it.If you follow these steps, i am sure your blog or site traffic will be doubled as mine:)