Can you really get top 10 Google rankings, Bing, and Yahoo

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Posted on 11th November 2012 by Jeff Rogers in Technology

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Top 10 Google Rankings:

 

Top 10 rankings SEO softwareNow that the November 2012 updates have taken place there are more blog and website owners trying to figure out exactly how to improve their content and links in order to stay in the good graces of google. The changes have been made in large part to provide a more user friendly experience for end users and eliminate spam sites that were made soley for the purpose of gaming the system. I found this cool infographic below that shows the differences in the Panda VS Penguin updates and their impact  on the search engine traffic. You can find different opinions on what it now takes to get and maintain Top rankings in Google and the other search engines. More is being written about Authorship and having more of an impact on the sites and content you create. I will be creating a new post based on the articles that I have been reading to help you understand the changes and the things you can do to today to start increasing your authority. It ultimately comes down to creating a unique experience for your visitors and offering them something of value so that they will staay on your site and then come back on a regular basis. You can find articles where they talk about current SEO for 2012 being dead:

”    “SEO” means Search Engine Optimization.

There is internal and external SEO. Internal makes up about 15% of the process (I’m told it may be much higher now) and it means to design your site so it follows the best practices proven to rank high on Google. External SEO used to mean to write articles, press releases, blogs, comments, and content with embedded keyword “backlinks” to your site. Now it is changing fast to include social media strategies.

SEO has been traditionally divided into “white hat” or “black hat.” Black Hat is the obvious villainous practice of gaming the system by doing things to raise rankings that Google doesn’t want, and White Hat is just more subtle.

But what does Google want? They want relevant, real content on the internet that people want to read and tell other people about. If Google doesn’t bring you the most relevant content when you search they aren’t doing their job. ” Read more from Ken Crogue at Forbes.com

 

I have been demoing several SEO software tools promoting Top 10 Google rankings and wanted to provide some of my insight here. The first one is iBusiness Promoter which has different components on rankings, links, and optimizing your blog or website. You can download a Complete SEO free trial here.

Some of the highlights of iBusiness Promoter:

  1. Enter your URL that you are wanting to improve rankings and search engine visibility
  2. Use their keyword suggestion tool to get laser focus on the markets that you should be targeting
  3. Find their suggestions on blog optimization on what to do now in order to start getting ranked for your keywords
  4. Rank tracker lets you see what keywords are tracking and which ones are a dead end
  5. Get high quality backlinks that are Panda compliant and are in line with current (Novemeber 2012) updates
  6. Lastly you can input the URL’s of your competitors and see what they are doing in order to get to the top of the search engines
Final word on iBusiness Promoter SEO software!!! Do not let this replace great content and remember that while these tools can help you accelerate your rankings there is no substitute for creating a site for your customers. Do not simply create pages and content with Search engines in mind. Always start with the customer in mind and any future updates can only benefit all your efforts

 

 

 

 

 

Penguin Vs Panda Updates

 

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Posted on 10th October 2012 by Jeff Rogers in Marketing |Technology

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searchWe see the term every, but do we really understand what Wi-Fi is? It’s on the window at Starbucks, the box our laptop comes in and is a huge selling point for PS3 and Xbox, but do we really know what Wi-Fi is? Well simply put, Wi-Fi is the trade name for popular wireless technology used in home networks, mobile phones, video games and other electronic devices that require wireless networking. Wi-Fi technology is supported by personal computers, game consoles, printers and other peripherals which can operate wirelessly.Finding new games for the  Xbox 360. is now easier at site like shopwiki. You can find  Madden 10 from various vendors and able to choose the best price and shipping. The new Xbox 360 elite system is also available to those who are looking to upgrade their current Xbox system. There are hundreds of shopping and comparison sites but shopwiki.com does a nice job in providing a great selection of products and places online and in the store where you can buy your games and gadgets.