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Google Local SEO Results – Nothing But YELP and Yellow Pages

So you trying to rank locally on Google in top3? You can forget about it. One big trend we noticed after all this Google Updates that started an year ago, including recent Penguin 2.1 is that a lot of local results are now a complete garbage. If you looking to find anything local, you might as well skip Google and go straight to YELP or Yellowpages, because that’s what you’ll see anyways if you search for any local service on Google. It actually looks like YELP and Yellowpages just bought top spots, so no matter what local keyword you type in you’ll see YELP or Yellowpages in top3 spots. Continue Reading

On-Page SEO Check List

Think you ready to start off-page SEO? Think again

We see a lot of people jump into off-page SEO without doing proper on-page SEO. At the end, they usually don’t get the results that they expected. One thing that everyone should understand is that with proper on-site SEO it’ll take less time to rank the site on the first page. Before you jump into off-page SEO make sure to check the following:
  • Is your website indexed by Google?
  • Do you have proper 301 redirects from non-www. to www. version of your website or vise versa?
  • Did you make sure your title tags and meta descriptions optimized properly?
  • Do you have “search engine friendly” urls?
  • Is your content properly optimized?
  • Do all of your images contain alt and title tags?
  • Does your website contain any broken links or endless redirects?
  • Did you create sitemaps for your website and if so are they in proper format?
  • Does your website has high OBL (out bound links) rate?
Those are some of the main things you should check before starting your off-page campaign to ensure your website will perform up to your expectations. Continue Reading

Google Panda Update and New Penguin Generation Expected Soon

Within days, you should expect search engine giant Google to release a fresh update of the Panda. This was announced by Matt Cutts, Google’s Distinguished Engineer. Google, he further said, is also working to introduce revisions to the Penguin algorithm. The first release of Panda, which introduced changes to Google’s algorithm, was made in February 2011. Panda was designed to improve the overall content and services found when Internet users search for something online. It works by penalizing websites practicing keyword stuffing and using low quality content that are not unique and informative. The changes in algorithm gave websites with high quality content greater chances at getting higher ranking. Continue Reading