The first thing you probably want to happen after launching a blog or website is getting it indexed by Google. If you don’t index your site on Google, you won’t get any traffic from it even if you create content. Not indexing a site on Google is one of the biggest mistakes most new bloggers make. If you are also one among them and want to index your site on Google really quickly, this tutorial is for you where you will discover few quick ways to index your new site on Google search results. The very first thing you need to remember is: it’s free to index your new sites on Google. You don’t have to pay anything. I have started a lot of blogs on WordPress over the last couple of years and I know how easy it is to index a new site on Google. So without much ado, let’s talk about the details. 4 Simple Steps to Index Your New Website on Google #1. Submit your website’s URL to Google via Webmaster Account If you want to show your website content on … [Read more...] about How to Index Your New Site On Google Really Quickly?
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Blogging in 2008 was a completely different experience from how it is to blog in 2016. Earlier, no matter how good or how bad your posts were, you would end up getting some traffic from search engines. In fact, a few pieces of low-quality content wouldn’t affect your whole entire domain. But when Google launched Google Panda (April 2011), they changed the face of the blogosphere. Having thousands of pages indexed in Google will no longer give you great results. Only quality articles will help you survive the SEO battle. One of the other major differences with the Panda algo is that if your blog has a few low-quality pieces of content, you might end up losing your site quality value and you will notice less SERP’s ranking. (FYI, the Panda 4.2 update happened one year ago (July 2015), and there is no way Google is going to give you back your lost traffic. If your site is still missing out on traffic from search engines, it’s time for you to take some serious action … [Read more...] about How to Find Low-Quality Content & Create A Better Site
16 How does your site appear on Google? How many traffic are you getting from Google? How many URLs of your site got indexed by Google? If the answer is YES, then you have to use Google Search Console. Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools) is a free service by Google that helps you to monitor your site performance in Google Search results. It provides data to help you to understand how your site appear on Google. It also shows search queries that drive traffic to your site. Google Search Console allows you to submit your sitemap, remove URLs from search results, test robots.txt file, find and fix crawl errors and much more. If you want to use Google Search Console, then you have to add and verify your site in Google Search Console. In this post, I will show you to verify WordPress blog in Google Search Console. How to Verify WordPress in Google Search Console Step 1: Go to Google Search Console Just click on this link, Google Search Console, to get started. And … [Read more...] about How to Verify WordPress Blog In Google Search Console
But increasing your search engine traffic is A LOT hard. There’s a quick way though! Getting Google Sitelinks. Are you looking for best practices of quickly getting Google sitelinks for your sites? Want to get Google sitelinks for WordPress sites without much hassle? If yes, this detailed Google sitelinks tutorial is exclusively for you. How many of you have observed the latest Google “search in sitelinks” bowix? Google used to show this type of search results only for most popular websites like YouTube etc but now a lot morepl other sites are also getting this feature.cr Basically the use of search in sitelinks is that your visitors don’t need to enter your website to perform various actions but they can directly perform the search process from the Google search box itself. Thus it removes a step of search process and it provides better user experience. Getting Google sitelinks for WordPress sites is really easy! Important Note: Google will only displays your … [Read more...] about How to QUICKLY Get Google SiteLinks for Your Site
Unlike Internet Explorer, Google Chrome is not just a web browser it’s a super productive tool. Some of the Chrome features that I like the most are Chrome Sync (as it can backup passwords, auto fill form, history, bookmarks, preferences, extensions, apps automatically on the Google servers), Multiple Users, ability to “Open link in incognito window” and much more. Also, there are tons of apps and extensions on Chrome Web Store and that makes Chrome addictive. Read: 10 Google Chrome Tips & Tricks You Probably Don’t Know The following are the 12 Chrome extensions that I use the most. In fact these are the only extensions that are currently enabled on my PC. But I’ve also listed the other extensions that I use occasionally. 1. Buffer Buffer is the smartest way to publish your updates to social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.). It not only shares your content but also tracks its results. You can schedule your updates so as to get maximum … [Read more...] about Top 25 Google Chrome Extensions I Can’t Live Without