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Moving Past the Google Panda Update!

In an Ode to Google Panda – “the most recent” update, overhaul, tweak, change, revision or any other verb you elect to describe this document classifier phenomenon, the fact remains the same that after 14 years of watching search engines, “change is imminent in search engines”, regardless of what or how you name it. Let’s […]

Google’s Loves Affair With Authority Sites

In short, Google’s love affair with authority sites is based on the premise of reciprocity, relevance and commercial viability. It’s no secret, that Google’s search engine algorithms are stacked in favor of quality content and authoritative websites. Protecting the integrity of that love affair can have harsh consequences for those on the fringes or gray […]

Google Founder Sergey Brin on Search, Google, and Life

I believe as an SEO, we often have the tendency to get “to caught up” chasing search engine algorithms and phantoms in an attempt to reverse-engineer ripples and effects rather than quantifying the causes that created them. This is why today, I would like to share something simply brilliant by turning back the clock to […]

Is MSN the New Google?

Is MSN Live the New Google Hopefully I am not speaking out of turn here, but in all summation MSN Live has dropped a trump card on the world of search engine optimization with their new MSN live search engine. Not only is the interface nothing less than efficient, stylish and relevant. It now in […]

Search Engine Positioning The Right Way to Climb the Ladder

Search engine positioning through SEO is imperative for gaining online visibility and website traffic. Call it ego gratification from the individual optimizing the site or simply human nature for individuals, businesses, or blogger’s to aspire to carve their name in the digital totem pole and claim their place as the hands down king or queen […]

Is the Page Rank Update Really Under Way?

So it’s that time of the year again when Google updates the Toolbar Page Rank (the little green bar with a rating system of 1-10 for each page). This phenomenon is known in the SEO community as the TBPR Export or Toolbar Page Rank Export. Despite the fact if you’re for or against the validity […]

Link Building & Deep Links using the LPP Ratio

I am working on a link building theory / formula called the LPP Ratio(the links per page ratio), if I can find enough substance in the results, than I will feel more comfortable touting it as a legitimate term (essentially, it’s just a component to the algorithm used by various search engines to determine website […]

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