This request allows Google to index your new URL at the new address while minimizing impact to your current ranking in Google Search results. … [Read more...] about Changing Domain Names? Learn How To Tell Google About Site Address Change
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The short answer is: within 24 hours. Google has spiders that crawl the search information all over the web. The more contents you have on your website the more time it usually takes to get indexed on Google. That being said as soon as they find your site’s sitemap, they will start crawling and indexing your new site content on Google search results. … [Read more...] about How to Index Your New Site On Google Really Quickly?
Conclusion Doing business without having an idea about what your competitors are doing is like taking a walk in the dark. For you to succeed and possibly out-perform your competitors, you must know first what they are doing right that is helping them succeed in their businesses and social campaigns. It is this information that determines the areas where you need improvement. … [Read more...] about Top 17 Essential Online Tools to Easily Spy On Your Competitors Site
What you also have to watch out for are people advertising their network based on metrics like PA (Moz’s Page Authority) or TF (Majestic’s Trust Flow). Most people who advertise it based on DA/PA spam their domains to artificially inflate those metrics, you don’t want your link on such domain. Others who often base the strength on TF use the TF of the actual URL, e.g. http://www.site.com/ instead of entering the root domain site.com. Which means that a domain with a TF of 12 (which is reasonable) often have a root domain TF of only 5 (which is completely unacceptable). Most sellers in the current marketplace apply one or more of these tricks to make their network look stronger so be warned, it’s a dubious place out there. … [Read more...] about The difference between making $1,000 and $10,000 per month from Amazon Affiliate Sites
We all know that Google rolled out the Google Panda algo globally, and you might also have noticed many bloggers talking about a traffic increase or significant traffic drop. We always talk about SEO optimization of blog posts and since the Google Panda algorithm it’s become mandatory to do proper SEO on the site level and content level. In this post I will be talking about how to recover from Google Panda effect, and what you can do to better optimize your blog for the Google search engine, so that your blog will be bullet-proof from future Google Panda updates in 2015 and the coming years. Panda is just an algorithm iteration, and as Matt Cutt, mentioned, now sites will also get penalized for over SEO optimization. So, I would suggest avoiding any black hate SEO (If you are doing it), and focus more on quality content and increasing your site’s social media presence. In particular, Google+1 is going to be a holy grail for bloggers in the future. … [Read more...] about How to Recover from Google Panda Effect