This article is guest posted by Lior.
The Web is becoming an increasingly multilingual place. Though English is still the top language on the Web, Chinese and Spanish now hold a plurality and both are growing much more rapidly.
Already the majority of Internet users don’t speak English, at least not as their primary language but very few English-speaking sites reach out to this audience, essentially ignoring over half of the Web’s users.
Many feel this is unnecessary because their site is only available in English. However, more and more people are multilingual themselves and, even if they aren’t, automated translation tools such as Google Translate make it easy enough to read pages not in one’s native language.
However, promoting across languages means making an SEO effort across multiple languages and that,Click here to continue reading
By angies On February 27, 2011 10 Comments
This article is guest posted by Angie.
This is a question that I get asked from clients from time to time and in most instances, the answer is NO.
Google and other search engines do not make it easy for competitors to damage your business. If inbound links could have a detrimental effect on your SEO than it would be in your competitors’ interest to ‘sabotage’ your site, thereby improving their own positions by knocking you out of the search engine result pages. That would be crazy! Search engines will not penalise you for something which you as a site owner have no control over.
According to Google: “There’s almost nothing a competitor can do to harm your ranking or have your site removed from our index.”
However, there are certain link-building techniques thatClick here to continue reading
By Carl Ocab On June 15, 2009 133 Comments
GASP! It’s been a while since I last did this huge list thing, hope I still got the Kidblogger in me. I’m getting old!
But this was rather late to say the least. I was supposed to post this the other week but got loads of stuff got in the way. Still, I’m quite happy to finish writing this BIG article so I hope you like it.
ALERT! Disclaimers below…
First disclaimer, some ideas just happen to pop out my head so you might find them a bit “rad”.
Second disclaimer, some tactics are so bad ass and effective, people “just happen” to not like them ;-)
Third disclaimer, I’m not gonna talk about submitting to web directories, press releases and all those rehashed stuff. I’m not saying that they don’t work, I’m sayingClick here to continue reading
By Mike Ndegwa On April 26, 2009 10 Comments
This article is guest posted by Mike Ndegwa.
The SEO Method that is going to explain below in detail, is a surefire method proven to rank you #1 on all major Search Engines listed thus: Google, Yahoo Search and MSN.
On this post we will learn how to Rank #1 on your Primary Keyword regardless of how competitive it is.
Before we deep our feet to the SEO method, you need to first set some objectives for your site. Otherwise there is no need of Ranking #1 for the sake of it.
The two main objectives that any internet marketer should have in mind are:
a) Drive traffic to their $$$ Money Site i.e. if you have a product that you own and sell.
b) Drive traffic to a squeeze page i.e. if you areClick here to continue reading
By online-buz On April 5, 2009 4 Comments
This article is guest posted by Froi.
Currently there is a very tough competition on the Internet when it comes to creating traffic and techniques to attract visitors. Although SEO techniques could help one way or the other, but due to the reality of so many blogs being created daily with so many people also competing on the same technique. I think there will always be some new trend of ways and technique that other blogger should adopt for you to be able to cope out with this fast changing world.
Well remember the saying, that the only constant thing in this world is change.
I will use leverage here as some techniques in which you use other people’s resources or effort as well as also giving back in exchange ofClick here to continue reading
By itcoll On February 3, 2009 10 Comments
This article is guest posted by Mohammad Arshad.
Without any ranting let me tell you my answer first .My answer to the question “Is link building through guest blogging better than comment posting” is ‘I do not know’.So then why am i giving you this article ? Because i want you to know it is still uncertain that which method is viewed as superior in the eyes of Google bots .So do not just stick with the link building through blog commenting.
Try to build links through both Guest blogging and blog commenting.Most of the webmasters believe that Google is capable of finding where the link to a particular blog or website lies [whether on the article or on any other sectionsClick here to continue reading