How to Build Links and Optimize your Website for Multiple Keywords

in Search Engine Optimization by Jeffrey_Smith 58 Comments

In case you were wondering how to systematically achieve saturation for multiple keywords for your website in search engines (instead of just a few) using SEO, then this is a must read post. This tactic is specifically designed to work in Google using the allinanchor / keyword relevance ratio to back links pointing at your Read More

SEO and Google: Protect Your Business from Failure!

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 8 Comments

Google is not making SEO “an easy endeavor” for search engine optimization professionals; who, aside from competition have to wade through the waves, ripples and tides of Google’s increasingly stringent filters and potential algorithmic penalties. What? They changed it again? Such pitfalls (vacillations in search engine rankings) are to be expected, as SEO is based Read More

SEO and Google Search Engine Result Pages

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 3 Comments

With the mass amount of beta tests executed on search algorithms within the Googleplex, search results can often seem like “mixed-fruit” or a “tossed salad” for business owners trying to get a grip on where they rank and for which keywords. Sifting Through Organic Search Engine Results The purpose of this posts is to reveal Read More

Google Instant – Instant Real-Time Search Results

in Internet News by Jeffrey_Smith

For those of you who didn’t catch the buzz, Google is rolling out another revolutionary contribution to search called “Google Instant”. To summarize, just think real-time search results that refresh as you type – “without you having to click search”. Google Instant Meets Google Caffeine! This new upgrade allows you to shave seconds off your Read More

Google SEO: SEM Rush, Xenu, Analytics and Webmaster Tools

in SEO Tips by Jeffrey_Smith 16 Comments

Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools are a storehouse of data which can be used for search engine optimization. However, when combined with a few other stellar SEO tools creates a winning combination for data-mining your own historical benchmarks to facilitate tangible KPI’s (key performance indicators) and ROI thresholds for future keyword and conversion conquests. Read More

How to Turn Off Personalized Search

in How To Reference Material by Jeffrey_Smith 3 Comments

Personalized search has always been a sticking point for SEO, considering that everyone sees slightly differing search results after they first visit a website. The New Revised Google 3 Column Design Despite the mixed emotions from the new Google web page design shifting from a minimalist layout to a usability-based three column link and function-rich Read More

Google Algorithm Changes and SERP Watching

in Search Engine Optimization by Jeffrey_Smith 7 Comments

It is no secret to those involved in SEO that Google has recently rolled-out or is testing some newly enhanced features (for usability and design) as well as tweaks to the ranking algorithm as of late. Google Algorithms Changes and SERP Watching The first wave felt weeks ago has now been dubbed “The Mayday Update”, Read More

Google Search Engine Optimization Tips

in Search Engine Optimization by Jeffrey_Smith 35 Comments

Search engine optimization involves creating an optimal set of circumstances, metrics and conditions to produce viable shifts for specific keywords in search engines. Google is the most sophisticated search engine ever conceived. Hence, providing its scrutinous algorithms with ample relevance and topical structure  is a quintessential step towards acquiring a crowning position in the top Read More

Google SEO Tips: Matt Cutts & Eric Enge Interview

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 6 Comments

First I would like to thank Matt Cutts (Software Engineer and Chief of the Webspam Team for Google) and Eric Enge from Stone Temple Consulting for the great interview they published on March 14th. Google SEO: Topics from Matt Cutts Eric Enge Interview Thanks to this interview, a plethora of looming misconceptions about SEO can Read More

Keyword Research: SEO, Traffic and Conversion

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 17 Comments

A seasoned SEO will tell you, it’s not always the keywords you choose that will drive the most visitors and traffic to your website.You have to implement keyword research to find the keywords that yield the most traffic and inherent potential for conversion. Which Keywords Send the Most Traffic? Often, according to analytics, it’s the Read More

Using Google Search Operators for SEO

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 25 Comments

If you are employing Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on a website, then you can use Google search operators to gather resourceful metrics for competitive research and analysis to fine-tune optimization. Using Google Search Operators for SEO Think of search operators like short-cuts that allows you to pull specific data from a search index (search engine) Read More

Google, Bing and SEO: Which Will Prevail?

in SEO by Jeffrey_Smith 4 Comments

In case you haven’t noticed, search results have been in a state of flux for the past week for competitive keywords in Google. For many SEO’s its back to the drawing board as SEO results are being challenged by personalization, GEO targeting and unexpected anomalies as Google essentially split tests the SERP (search engine result Read More