Google, arguably the world’s most popular and dominant search engine, is now going all out to conquer the social realm with Google+.
Looking to turn tables on networking veterans such as Twitter and Facebook, the company is formulating its action plan.
If the Penguin update from Google introduced earlier in 2012 proved anything for a fact, it was: the search giant is careful of the backlinks quality, those pointing at any site. It furthermore has the necessary tools for detecting and penalizing low-value ones created just to falsely boost page rankings.
In case of majority of the business sites, links from other leading websites and online resources – blogs, industry news sites, portals, customer review forums etc – are missing from the SEO action plan.
You have, by every stretch of imagination and on basis of each possible design and programming criteria, developed an amazing and awesome looking website. At least that’s wjat you would like to believe.
Google’s Panda algorithm is turning to be an enigma, a kind of paradox for most site owners and webmasters, sparking a debate over SEO factors related to it.
On one hand, the change has badly hurt many E-Commerce sites and online businesses.
At a recent media briefing, Google demonstrated its ‘Instant Pages’, a new feature that lets certain Web pages pop-up in any user’s Web browser almost instantaneously. It is also advertising a search feature for desktops that can analyze an image and retrieve relevant piece of information regarding it.
Many site owners tend to treat SEO-centric Internet marketing as a typically one-dimensional project, ignoring various intricacies of it. Perhaps the experts they approach are not equipped enough and end up misguiding or misinforming them.