Are you stuck deciding between Feedburner or Aweber for Email marketing? For nearly a year, I was stuck with the same dilemma you have before you now. In this post, I will share my experiences with Feedburner and Aweber so that by the end of this article, you will be able to determine which program is best for you. When I started blogging in 2008, I began using Feedburner to send email newsletters to people who subscribed to my email list. Feed burner also helped me to fine-tune WordPress’s default RSS to make it reader friendly. Later on I discovered Aweber and Mailchimp, and I began to learn about the pros and cons of using paid Email marketing tools instead of Feedburner. After Reading various articles and tutorials, I understood the importance of using Aweber over Feedburner, but I was still not convinced to make the switch. What stopped me from switching from Feedburner to … [Read more...] about Feedburner vs. Aweber – Which One Is Right For Your Blog?
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Whenever I publish a blog post I manually search Google to make sure that the post is indexed. And yeah, Google used to index my latest blog posts in real-time until few months back. Nowadays there’s a short delay in indexing but nonetheless, the crawling speed is not bad. Now what’s annoying is content scrapers. I noticed that another blog was copying all my latest posts by fetching the same from RSS feeds. And what’s even more uglier is that it’s ranking higher than me even though Google is indexing my articles before the spammer’s blog. It’s really embarrassing to see original articles showing as supplemental results (omitted results) on SERPs. And when I checked the content scraper’s website I noticed that 100% of the content is copied from other blogs by way of RSS syndication. Now what’s interesting is that the spammer is copying the articles word-by-word and is even linking to the original source (in my case) within the blog post … [Read more...] about Content Scraping? Here’s How To Deal And File A DMCA Notice
Google’s structural official position on internet retrieves the best practices for webmasters that hasn’t changed much more over the past years. Really Google brings a little change but its impact on overall internet scatters out rapidly and to the webmasters it poses a great role. Everyday webmasters look forward to newly releasing algorithm updates which are now one of the major concerns on discussion board. First Panda on February 23, 2011 rolled out and affected around 6% of the search results worldwide. The updates continued till April 19, 2012 on different versions and affected lower ranked pages consecutively. After that Google met the webmasters with more stronger algorithm update penguin which also affected about 2% of all the English search results and today Hummingbird which is more powerful and technical that’s why Google told us the name come from being “precise and fast.” These are the official algorithm updates from Google … [Read more...] about Top 50 SEO Tools For Webmasters to Fight Against Google Updates