Most of the guides, articles, ebooks and lessons focus on getting good backlinks and having solid on-page optimization. That’s a good way to improve your rankings, but what you may not know is that your host can also affect your rankings for the better or worse. If you are targeting a competitive term, then you need all the help that you can get. Here’s what a good host can do for your SEO. Continuous Uptime A good host should have at least 99.9% uptime, but more is always better. Uptime refers to how long the servers are up and your website is functioning. For example, a 99.9% uptime guarantee means that you will experience about 0.01% of downtime a month, or 43 minutes at most. The search engines understand that websites go down every now and then, but having too much downtime can hurt you because your website will seem […]
I must say when I saw what I’m about to show you in this post I had to check it twice as I didn’t quite believe what I was seeing at first, but sure enough Google has stooped to a new low today in their never quenching thirst for more profit….
Recently Google released yet another change which is being referred to as the “Google Penguin” update. Sounds very cute, much like the friendly Google Panda…yeah right!!
In this post I want to discuss this latest update, and once again address some common concerns, as I seem to be getting a lot of worried people contacting me after their affiliate marketing sites got hit hard by Google
Google have recently been coming down pretty hard on blog networks, and deindexing a vast majority of some pretty popular networks out there. In this post I will discuss what I make of all this, and what the future of blog networks is.
The main network that got hit hard recently was BuildMyRank which a lot of affiliate marketers have used. They got pretty…
Choosing the right keywords for a website is absolutely crucial, however it is probably one of the most common areas of online marketing that people stumble at.
In January I have lined up quite a few live coaching webinars for us, and one of them is with a keyword expert, so look out for that email. In this post though, I will be discussing the concept of building sites for the user in the post panda times we now operate in.
There has been a lot of talk in 2011 about the changes at Google, which we all refer to as Panda. That Panda caused quite a stir in the SEO community and everybody seemed to have an opinion, or a horror story of the “Panda attacking them”, whether affiliate marketing site or not.
In this post I’ll explain some new things I have learned about Google and what they are looking for and also reinforce a few things I have mentioned in webinar I’ve done recently on this topic…
I happy to announce that my very own SEO training course, SEO Experts Academy, is now open!!
Here’s the link: SEO Experts Academy
I’ve partnered up on this product with another SEO marketer, also with years of experience building SEO sites, Terry Kyle, and the academy is our combined knowledge and expertise on SEO packaged in one concise training academy for our students.
The academy is for all website owners who want to know how to get top search engine rankings and massively increase the traffic to their sites. Whether you do affiliate marketing…
In this post I’m going to explain how to create less backlinks but still rank very well in the search engines. Most people don’t enjoy building backlinks, I on the otherhand had a mild addiction to it, and enjoy the strategy of backlinking and working out new and better way to be effective in my backlinking plan for my affiliate marketing sites.
One of he most common mistakes I see people make when it comes to backlinking, is ignoring their indexing. When I say indexing, I mean whether or not Google (and other search engines) have found AND indexed the page that your links are on….