“Error 404 – Page Not Found” – This is one of the most common web errors we see in our day-to-day Internet surfing. We know that error pages offer an obviously negative user experience, but how do they impact search engines? Are 404 pages bad for SEO? Do search engines penalize websites with too many 404 status code pages? In this article, I will look at 404 error pages from the perspective of both users and search engines, and will recommend some of the best practices that one can follow to improve their 404 error pages. 404 errors can happen for multiple reasons. Some of the most common are as follows: You change your permalink or the link structure of your website. (This mostly happens when changing design, or changing permalinks.) You removed content from your website. Somebody linked your website to a misspelled link or to an otherwise incorrect link. When a user or search engine bot requests access to a bad page on a server, web servers usually reply … [Read more...] about How to Deal for Search Engine Optimization?
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I think you’ll agree with what I’m going to say: Getting traffic from search engine is hard..buying traffic is easy. But do you know Organic traffic (Search traffic) is the best traffic for your blog or business.. as it sends you most targeted traffic. Well, there are ways by which you can start getting traffic from search engines naturally. You will learn it right now, here. There are unlimited ways by which you can drive traffic to your site. We have already discussed some of the working and actionable methods like using Blog commenting, Guest posting campaign, using Flickr, buying paid traffic and today we will see how we can increase and get organic traffic to our blog and Websites. The best of profitable visitors which you can get to your site is from Organic search results. This means, when people search for something and land on your website because these are the people who are most likely to convert into customers or clients. In blogging, it’s also most … [Read more...] about How To Get Organic Traffic From Search Engine To Your Blog
Last time we have shared how to index your website in 24 hours and now Lee is sharing some more SEO tips to get your blog getting indexed quickly in search engine. Whenever we build a new blog or website, we always want it to be indexed by Google as soon as possible. Usually it will take about 1-2 weeks for Google to crawl and index your new blog or website, in fact we can make the index process even faster, it may take 1-2 days to get indexed. There are many ways where you can do to make the index process faster, such as blog commenting, link exchange, and etc. Recently I create a few micro niche websites which target high paying keywords with minimum competition, usually the websites have only 1-2 pages each. After I setup the website, I’ll do something to get them indexed as soon as possible. If the competition is low, definitely it will rank well and start receiving organic traffic. What I did was very simple, I’ll test the micro niche website in a list of website value … [Read more...] about Get Your New Website Indexed Quickly in Search engine
As bloggers, when we write a blog post, we tend to write a catchy title so that it will increase the CTR (because readers love to click on things with catchy titles). But one problem with this approach is that if you optimize your post title for readers, you miss out on one of the most important aspects of post titles: Search engine optimization (aka SEO). I have talked a lot about the importance of keyword research, and how to perform keyword research, and tools you can use for keyword research. Once we have our target keyword(s) in hand, it's time to write some high-quality content that keeps both readers and search engines in mind. Our target is to write content which is reader-oriented, but also search engine friendly. We should apply basic on-page optimization techniques, and use plugins like SEOpressor. One Title For Readers, One Title For Search Engines Suppose you write this post title: "Make Money Online with Infolinks" Competition in search engines is very high for this … [Read more...] about How To Show Different Post Titles To Readers and Search Engines
Are you on shared hosting & wondering does it affect SEO of your blog? Do you need a dedicated I.P. for your shared hosting account? Let’s find out the answer here. For the beginners, those who are not aware of Shared hosting, It’s a server where lots (10+ up to 200-300) sites are hosted on same server and thus sharing the same I.P. Usually you get private I.P on a shared hosting for $2-5 which is not much if you are running a professional website. Though Matt Cutts said some time back in a video that shared hosting won’t impact your search engine ranking. Google allows certain limit on indexing and it’s based on server I.P. On shared hosting if a website is already consuming too many resources (bot crawling) you will be affected and might notice slow indexing or search engine bots are not crawling your blog. Eespecially I have seen many web-hosting companies offers a complete new package by saying it as SEO hosting, where they give Private I.P’s for … [Read more...] about Does Shared Web Hosting Affect Search Engine Ranking?