If you suddenly notice traffic dropping on your website from Google Search, you start assuming your website is banned or penalized by Google. There is lots of difference between getting banned and receiving a certain level of penalty from Google bots. With today’s special post, I’m aiming at helping those website owners and bloggers who are facing the similar kind of issues on their websites and really don’t know how to go about fixing them. How You will know if Your Website is Banned or Completely Deindexed by Google? If your website is banned from Google, It is gone from Google database and it will not be seen for any kind of search query on Google even for longest tail keywords you try. Here are some commands you need to run in Google search to know whether your website is banned by Google or not. Run site:yourdomain.com query on Google and if you happen to see no data against your website, it means Google has no data stored for your website in its database. And … [Read more...] about Your Website is Banned or Penalized by Google?
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Review of: Ultimate Nofollow WordPress SEO plugin: Harsh Agrawal Price: Free Reviewed by: Harsh Agrawal Rating: 4 On January 23, 2013 Last modified:November 6, 2016 Summary: Useful WordPress plugin to quickly add the no-follow tag attribute to any link in WordPress. Ultimate Nofollow will also let you no-follow all comment links in WordPress. More Details No-follow and do-follow are two commonly used words in SEO. In case you don’t know what they mean, take a look at this post: What Are Do-Follow And No-Follow Links? After the Google Panda update, when we link out to any domain, we have to be sure that it’s a good, reputable website. If for some reason your article requires you to link a hacking, porn, or other “not good” site, it’s a good idea to add the no-follow link attribute. Also, if you are into affiliate marketing and need to keep adding affiliate links, it’s a good idea to use rel=nofollow for such … [Read more...] about How To Add No-Follow Tag Attribute To A Link in WordPress
This is part of our question and answers series, and this question is from one of the Shouter Mohit related to Hostgator placing a temporary block on the database. Here is exact Email Mohit received from Hostgator hosting: The database was found to be consuming an inordinate amount of processor time, to the point of degrading overall system performance. While we do limit each account to no more than 25% of a system’s CPU in our terms of service, we do not actively disable accounts until they greatly exceed that number, which is what happened in this case. Requests to this database may become degraded by limiting the maximum number of queries or connections for a limited amount of time, or if there are sustained issues, ultimately we may be forced to block access to this database until the issue has been resolved. Resolving this situation may be as simple as adding additional indexes to your database, optimizing the queries used, or something equally easy. If not, it may simply … [Read more...] about Hostgator Temporary Places Block on Website Database
The article is intended to be informational purposes, and not with the intent of taking a stab at the noobs of the internet. I believe everyone is a noob at anything, as there is always something more to learn than what you knew before. So, the first thing you notice after you wander around the internet for a few hours is that you notice tons of websites and blogs sprawling petabytes of bandwidth. The first question that arises to many of them is what exactly a website is and what is a blog? Many of them tend to confuse one with the other and interpret an answer of their own will. So, let’s just clear the air and reveal the difference between a blog and a website. The basic difference between a blog and a website is theoretically the difference in how data is being presented – the format. Apart from that, in practicality there is a fine line between a blog and a website, not much to ponder about however. There is some key differences between them and the=is should clarify … [Read more...] about Whats Is The Difference Between A Blog And A Website
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is one of the important factors that every blogger must consider for better ranking in search engines. Many bloggers don’t take care of SEO; they just choose a search engine friendly theme and start publishing the articles. This led their blogs to hit by Google Algorithm updates like Google Panda and Penguin. Have you ever thought why only a few articles are popular in your blog? Because with or without, knowledge, you might’ve kept a search engine friendly post title for those articles. We have already talked about Keyword research using AdWord tool and On page SEO. One thumb of rule is; your Keyword should be in the post title and most of the writers make a mistake by just adding Keywords and not taking care of optimizing it for better CTR. Having Keyword in your post title helps a lot, but when it comes to increasing the CTR, your over all post title makes a huge difference. Ex: Make your Blog SEO Friendly (Average title) The Only Guide … [Read more...] about How to Write SEO Friendly Post Title For More Website Traffic?