SEO tactics Archive
If you haven’t been hiding under a rock lately, you’ve probably heard that Wikipedia recently reinstated the NoFollow tags for all external links. The English version of the user edited encyclopedia had been the only version without the NoFollow tags (a method, according to Google, of preventing spam). The
I know some SEO's have resisted the Linkbaiting trend and simply glaze over when they hear the term. However, SearchEngineLand
has an article that I think every SEO should read.
Google has apparently begun offering (or at least testing) a feature to offer “Searches related to…” after their first page of organic listings. It appears to be a feature that only affects fairly broad terms and gives the user an option to narrow their search, presumably if they did
“First, you got to create good content. Second, you ought to make your content accessible. And third, you should tell others about your content.” This story made it to Digg.com’s front page and just goes to show that the general public A) is interested in how to rank in
Now, I usually enjoy Search Engine Journal's articles quite a bit. However, I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw their article 9 Ways To Get Banned by Search Engines.
The 6th point:
6. Duplicate Content or WebsitesSetting up multiple websites with the same content or having